Judges 3:7-11 Throughout Judges, when Israel ‘cried out’ to the Lord, it doesn’t necessarily mean they cried out form repentance. Yet God was faithful to deliver them from the oppression He had brought upon them. 1. God’s wrath expressed in consequences for sin shows His steadfast love that will not allow His people to remain…
The Final Judgement Mt 25:
1. Jesus Comes in Glory Mt 25:31
2. Jesus Separates All People Mt 25:32-33
3. Jesus Rewards His people Mt 25:34-40
4. Jesus Condemns All Other People Mt 25: 41-45
5. Jesus’ Judgements are Eternal Mt 25: 46
The Parable of the Talents
Are you investing in His kingdom, while waiting for His certain return?
1. God Invests Mt 25:14-15
2. We need to invest Mt 25:16-18
3. Judgement is coming Mt 25: 19-29
The Olivet Discourse continued. Jesus tells the parable of the 10 virgins, using an ancient Jewish wedding as the setting.
The Olivet Discourse continued. Jesus talks about the destruction of the temple, as well as the signs of his second coming and the end of the age.
Jesus teaches on what will happen in the future. We learn that Jesus knows and is in control of the future. We also learn to not be led astray, not fear, and to see persecution as an opportunity to bear witness to God and the Gospel.
In this introduction to a series on Judges, the overarching theme of the book as “sin brings judgment but repentance brings forgiveness and rest” is introduced. Three repeating themes of the book are also introduced. They are, the downward spiral of people toward increasing immorality and away from God spiritually. Second, that God is sovereign…
As judgment for one instance of Israel’s sin in the wilderness, God sent fiery serpents among the people. Those bitten died. When they cried out to Moses, Moses was instructed by God to fashion a bronze serpent and place it on a pole. When it was lifted up, a bite victim could look to the…
Three days before his death, Jesus pronounced 7 woes upon the scribes and Pharisees