Contributing sermons since May 27, 2012
Contributed on Jul 16, 2017
The controversy over the Sabbath began in the fields when His disciples plucked ears of corn and ate them while the Pharisees watched.
Contributed on Jul 15, 2017
Throughout His ministry, Jesus was accused of breaking the Sabbath laws, and it is true that He broke them. They were part of the old covenant that God made with Israel. He had come to bring a new covenant based on grace.
Contributed on Jul 14, 2017
The clash between Jesus and the religious leaders was over the Sabbath. They never forgave Him for what He did on the Sabbath days, and then when He said, “…..The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath,” (Mark 2:27) they hated Him.
Contributed on Jul 13, 2017
The teaching that Jesus gives to His disciples at this time concerns fasting. Then He gives a parable to illustrate His purpose for coming into the world.
Contributed on Jul 12, 2017
Matthew, Mark and Luke record the call to discipleship of Matthew the tax collector, who became an apostle, and who wrote the Gospel that bears his name.