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 grip of sin is powerful, but the grip of God’s grace will never fail.
1. Amnesia produces apostasy. Christians must know the Bible and sound doctrine to pass the true faith on to the generations.
2. Judges shows us the condition of all human beings apart from God’s redeeming work through Christ.
3. God tests us to strengthen our faith and remind us of His faithfulness so we can pas on the faith with boldness and confidence.
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 prophesies about the coming destruction of Jerusalem. This has both a short term fulfillment and also looks to a greater fulfillment in the more distant future. Warnings as well as showing where to put our hope are some of what we learn.
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.
Jesus promises that there is a hunger and thirst that He promises to satisfy.
God’s provision shines brightest in times of crisis.
Jesus is the Source of Life. He is the giver of life, and when He declares come forth, life is granted. All events in this life are for the purpose of glorifying God.