Contributed on Jun 8, 2015
There were times where Jesus started out a sentence by saying, “I tell you the truth”. It was a declaration of affirmation where he was placing a strong emphasis on what followed. Today we'll look at his use of it in Matt. 6:1-4.
Contributed on Jun 15, 2015
Last week we started the series on the places where Jesus said, “I tell you the truth”. We started out by looking at Matt. 6:1-4 where Jesus talks about giving. Today we’ll look at the other acts of righteousness in this passage-praying and fasting.
Contributed on Jun 22, 2015
Paul said in Romans 6:14, “we are not under law but under grace”. So does that mean the law has no value to us? If we think because we are a Christian under the new covenant we don’t have to pay any attention to the old covenant we are mistaken.
Contributed on Jun 29, 2015
As we continue our series on the places where Jesus said, “I tell you the truth”, today we're in Matt. 5:21-26 where Jesus stresses the importance of dealing with our anger and mending relationships.
Contributed on Jul 13, 2015
As we continue our series on the places where Jesus said, “I tell you the truth” we find ourselves in Matt. 8 where Jesus was actually astonished over someone’s level of faith.
Contributed on Jul 20, 2015
The disciples asked Jesus why he spoke in parables. A parable is like an allegory or a fable-a practical story that illustrates a moral or spiritual concept. Jesus hadn’t used parables to this extent before now. Let's find out why he used parables.
Contributed on Jul 27, 2015
I’m sure you’ve all seen people do some wacky things and have thought to yourself, “These people are out of their minds”. Someone risking their life doing a stunt is one thing but what about when it comes to doing God’s will?
Contributed on Aug 3, 2015
Today we’ll learn a significant lesson from a seemingly insignificant person. If not for Jesus pointing her out, the act of the poor widow would’ve escaped everyone’s notice and the opportunity to learn a valuable lesson would’ve been lost.