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Sermons on “Matthew”

Because things will change

As we conclude this sermon series, we look at Jesus’ first sermon.
What is the hope that offered as we are about to enter a new year?

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Because the enemies always lose in the end

Through Jesus, God defeats his enemies. Herein lies our hope.

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Because God really does want to save us

The world is not running according to plan. What went wrong, how did it go wrong?
The more important question is who will fix it…and how?

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Because history is going somewhere…

History teaches us that we are simply not able to rule the world that God gave us. It seems like a world without hope.
In this new sermon series, we will explore the hope that we do have.
So, how does the genealogy in Matthew’s gospel give us hope? Listen to the talk.

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Hidden Treasure

We are all good at making a value judgement.
In these two parables, Jesus compares his kingdom to hidden treasure. Two people found treasures, realised the value, and responded in accordance. How would you respond? Listen to the talk.

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The Wheat and the Weeds

In God’s kingdom on earth, good and evil exist together. If evil seems to prosper, one might want to ask; what is the point of pursuing holiness? Why does God not just bring an end to evil?
Listen to the explanation of this parable.

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Why do Christians baptise?

Why do Christians pour water on each other’s heads and call it baptism?
Biblically, the very act of baptism is a means that God uses to do something in the life of a person being baptised. Listen to this talk and understand why.

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Treasure in the Church

In this passage, Jesus compares the gospel to treasures of great earthly value. Listen to the three important events that enabled ordinary people to find the treasure.

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Go and make disciples

What is a disciple? What did Jesus mean when he said “Go and make disciples”? Listen to this explanation of Matthew 28: 18-20.

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