Matthew 16:21-28, The Cost of the Mission Jesus Sends Us On

[August 31, 2014] I’ve been away the last two Sundays—backpacking with my daughter and then, with my wife, driving her to college—and so this study follows the one of Matthew 14:22-33.

The section of Matthew we have been considering follows the parables in chapter 13 and continues up to Palm Sunday . . . → Read More: Matthew 16:21-28, The Cost of the Mission Jesus Sends Us On

Matthew 15:39—16:20, The Revelation of Christ and the Church

The Climax of Matthew

[October 12, 2008] In this passage, Matthew 15:39-16:20, we reach the climax of the Gospel accord­ing to Matthew. It is like the peak of the mountain. Everything before this leads up to it and everything after flows down from it. From the time when Jesus first presented Himself to . . . → Read More: Matthew 15:39—16:20, The Revelation of Christ and the Church

Matthew 15:21-38, The Master of the Feast

[August 19, 2012] After the series of parables that Jesus told in Matthew 13, Jesus went home to Nazareth where He was poorly received and got word of the death of John the Baptist. When He sought to withdraw, thousands of people followed Him and He healed their sick and miraculously fed . . . → Read More: Matthew 15:21-38, The Master of the Feast

Matthew 15:21-38, Jesus Our Satisfaction

[October 5, 2008] As believers in Christ, Christ Himself calls us together to remember Him. We remember Him by hearing the Gospel. When we really give the Gospel our open, trusting and attentive hearing, then the Holy Spirit within us testifies of Christ (John 15:26; 14:26) and becomes the reality of Christ . . . → Read More: Matthew 15:21-38, Jesus Our Satisfaction