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  • Come Unto Me: An Exposition Of Matthew 11:16-30

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jun 26, 2020

    Jesus' invitation to come to Him has an "or else" component to it.

    Come Unto Me: An Exposition of Matthew 11:16-30 The Gospel lectionary text selection for what is called Proper 9, seems at first to be quite odd. The selections are Matthew 11:16-20 and 11:25-30, leaving out what is between. The first selection talks about the people rejecting the message of both more

  • The Sovereignty Of God And Human Responsibility

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on May 17, 2014
    based on 5 ratings

    There is no pleasing some people. If they make up their minds not to put their trust in Jesus, any excuse will suffice to prevent commitment.

    THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD AND HUMAN RESPONSIBILITY. Matthew 11:16-30. A) The children were out playing on the streets. ‘Let’s play weddings,’ suggested the girls: but the boys would not. ‘Let’s play funerals,’ countered the boys: but the girls would not. A preacher came, austere in his more

  • A Messiah Who Elicits A Response Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Apr 23, 2010

    A sovereign move of God elicits a response from us.

    A Messiah Who Elicits A Response Text: Matt. 11:20-24 Introduction 1. Illustration: In the movie The Untouchables, Eliot Ness, played by Kevin Costner, is frustrated because he cannot bring down Al Capone. So he asks for a street wise Irish beat cop, played by Sean Connery, for his help. The more

  • A Christian's Rest

    Contributed by I. Grant Spong on Jun 12, 2020

    Where can we find true rest for our souls? Do we find true rest on a Sabbath day, in a promised land, or in Jesus and in eternity? Let’s look at what Jesus had to say about rest in Matthew 11:16-30.

    Where can we find true rest for our souls? Do we find true rest on a Sabbath day, in a promised land, or in Jesus and in eternity? Let’s look at what Jesus had to say about rest in Matthew 11:16-30. “But to what shall I liken this generation? It is like children sitting in the marketplaces and more

  • Oy Vay--What Shall We Do? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 10, 2020
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    It’s time for us to imitate the early Christians, not Ahaz. Political solutions are like bandages. They can stop the blood flow but they can’t cure the fundamental disease, which is loss of faith in God, and disobedience to His commandments.

    Tuesday of the 15th Week in Course 2020 Plague Year homilies When you consider it, God, whom we call by a kind of nickname “Yah” every time we sing the Gospel acclamation, God was heavily invested in His people. Specifically, He made a promise to King David, the greatest of the kings of Israel, more

  • . God Is Omniscient Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 8, 2021
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    God can see the future when we do His will, and He can see the future where we do not do His will. He can see the future where His name is honored through us, and the one where it is not.

    Dr. Harold Bryson tells of the two boys who went to their pastor to request his advice on what they could do to help people. The pastor told them of a blind man who would love to have someone come and read the Bible to him. The man was delighted when the boys came and told him of their plan. more

  • Degrees Of Punishment?

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on May 26, 2010
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    We have all faced this question at some point: how can God send people who have never heard of Jesus to Hell? Here are some answers from a very reliable source.

    Passage: Matthew 11:20-24 Intro: One of the most difficult questions in our faith concerns the punishment of the nonbeliever. 1. you can’t talk long with people before this question raises its head. 2. how can God send people who have never heard of Jesus Christ to an eternity of more

  • Part 7 - Matthew 11:20-24 - Slow Cooked Or Char Grilled? Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Jun 17, 2010
    based on 14 ratings

    Some things in the Bible are just plain difficult to understand. Matthew 11:20-24 is one of them for me. I know, I don’t have to understand everything in God’s Word in order to believe it because I trust in God who knows what He is doing.

    Part 7 - Matthew 11:20-24 - SLOW COOKED OR CHAR GRILLED? Are there degrees of hell? I asked my friends recently this question and one of them said, "I believe Hell is a place where the presence of God and Jesus does not exist so it must be a horrible place. However, if there is any fairness to more

  • What Makes Jesus' Yoke Light? (Matthew 11:1-30)

    Contributed by Garrett Tyson on Feb 6, 2022

    Jesus' expectations are high (Matthew 5-7). So how can he say his yoke is a light burden? Jesus' yoke is not optional, and not secondary. You come to Jesus, in part, by taking on his yoke.

    What makes Jesus' yoke light? (Matthew 11:1-30) We were doing family devotions the other night, and I was so proud of two of them, and found their insights so helpful, that I thought I'd sidetrack for a week and just make a record of this for myself. And the best way I know to do that, more

  • Does God Make Good All Bad Life Experiences? A Deep Exegesis Of Romans 8:28.

    Contributed by Dr. Craig Nelson on Nov 18, 2019
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    It seems very clear from both the Bible and life itself that everything does not work together for good just because a person loves God. Many evil things happen to those who love God.

    I am a cancer survivor and struggled with the threat of it returning for years. My late wife was diagnosed with a terminal illness just before our marriage and given seven years to live. Her numerous health challenges permeated every minute detail of our lives and finances for over three decades. more

  • God's Way To Measure Our Lives Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Feb 23, 2022

    Jesus gives us four good ways to measure our lives: 1. Have I rejected God's representatives? (vs. 12-19). 2. Have I repented? (vs. 20-24). 3. Have I received God's revelation? (vs. 25-26). 4. Do I have a relationship with God? (vs. 27).

    God's Way to Measure Our Lives The Gospel of Matthew Matthew 11:12-27 Sermon by Rick Crandall (Prepared February 24, 2022) (Revised Feb. 26 to expand section on repentance.) BACKGROUND: *Please open your Bibles to Matthew 11. In this chapter, John the Baptist had been suffering in prison for more

  • Acceptance Or Rejection Of John The Baptist And Jesus Christ Series

    Contributed by Leighton (Lee) Vary on Mar 20, 2017
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    Jesus was saying that His own generation was a childish generation. By childish He meant perverse. They turned away from that which was right and good to that which was corruptible. They were just wrong-headed, mindless, and contrary.

    Introduction A. A man and his wife were making their first doctor visit prior to the birth of their first child. After everything checked out, the doctor took a small stamp and stamped the wife's stomach with indelible ink. The couple was curious about what the stamp was for, so when they got more

  • We Have Piped Unto You,

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 10, 2015
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    Matthew 11 v 16 - 30 1. The Lord's Description 16 But whereunto shall I liken this generation? It is like unto children sitting in the markets, and calling unto their fellows, Their : (a) Immaturity It is like unto children little children (b) Inactivity sitting in the markets more

  • The Easiest Yoke We Can Carry

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Nov 8, 2015
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    As we come together to worship every week, we admit our hunger for God. God sees our emptiness and feeds us the choicest food, the flesh and blood of the one who invites us today to take his yoke upon us and learn from him for he is meek and humble.

    Have you ever noticed that there are always some people who can never be satisfied or happy with anything? Jesus did, and in our Gospel reading from Matthew this morning he compared the people of his day to children who can’t be satisfied by any game or activity, whether it is festive or more

  • The Easy Yoke

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Jul 1, 2011

    Christ doesn’t free us from the service of God, but he makes a yoke for us that fits so well the task seem easy. It’s not that Jesus demands any less of us, but that he graciously helps his followers. We don’t have to carry our burden alone.

    I spent this past week up at Camp Lookout as one of the Ministers in Residence. There were just about 100 campers camping this week, and around 40 paid staff and volunteers working around the clock to make sure everyone had tons of fun. Numbers-wise, it was the biggest week of the year. It was also more