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  • Jesus Is Who Isaiah Said He Would Be, And John Too

    Contributed by Joel Pankow on Dec 6, 2022

    John and his disciples question if Jesus is the One or not. Jesus answers in word and deed

    12.11.22 Matthew 11:2-11 2 While John was in prison, he heard about the things Christ was doing. He sent two of his disciples 3 to ask him, “Are you the Coming One or should we wait for someone else?” 4 Jesus answered them, “Go, report to John what you hear and see: 5 The blind receive sight, more

  • Offended By Jesus

    Contributed by I. Grant Spong on Dec 6, 2022

    Are we offended by the real Jesus?

    Was John the Baptist offended by Jesus? If He walked the earth today would we be offended by Him? Let’s examine the real Jesus and being offended at Jesus in Matthew 11:2-11. Are You the One? And when John had heard in prison about the works of Christ, he sent two of his disciples and said to more

  • Yes, He Is The One Who Is To Come

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 8, 2022

    Our Lord is the most just of all judges

    Third Sunday in Advent 2022 Justice in Judgement–that’s what every one of us wants when we are in trouble, whether someone else imperiled us or we did it to ourselves. Actually, what we are likely to seek is an outcome favorable to our side, isn’t it? “Really, officer, is ten miles over the speed more

  • Third Sunday Of Advent, Year A: Gaudete Sunday--John The Baptist: Danger And Beauty Of The Barren Places

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Nov 1, 2022

    It is just these types of lonely, painful moments that Jesus wants to redeem. John the Baptist got ministered to in prison by Jesus. He answered John’s question and complimented him to others.

    A bedraggled little man once walked the streets of an Italian town 100 years ago. Many of the townspeople saw his pallid face, often tearful, as he stumbled along the cobblestone streets and narrow alleys. One day a kind soul, witnessing the man’s misery, came up to him, hoping to lift his sad more

  • The Wicked Generation

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Oct 14, 2022

    John the Baptizer wasted no time in telling Herod that it was wrong for him to have his brother Phillip’s wife saying that it was not lawful. John went to prison for being the prophet God called him to be and not the puppet that Herod wanted him to be.

    THE WICKED GENERATION Text: Matthew 11:1 – 19, 25- 30 N. T. Wright once said that “… wicked people don’t like a message of judgment because they think the message is aimed at them, (and rightly so) while good people don’t like a message of mercy because they think (wrongly) that 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

  • 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

  • No Es Lo Que Esperaba

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Jul 12, 2022
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    Hay momentos en la vida en los que la vida no va a ser como esperábamos.

    No es lo que esperaba de Rick Gillespie-Mobley Eclesiastés 9:11-12 Lucas 1:5-25 y 1:57-66 Texto Mateo 11:1-11:11 ¡No es lo que esperaba! ¿Alguna vez ansiaste algo y apenas podías esperar a que sucediera, pero cuando terminó dijiste que eso no era lo que esperaba? more

  • Hindi Ito Ang Inaasahan Ko

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Jul 12, 2022

    May mga pagkakataon sa buhay na hindi aabot ang buhay gaya ng inaasahan natin.

    Hindi Ito Ang Inaasahan Ko ni Rick Gillespie-Mobley Eclesiastes 9:11-12 Lucas 1:5-25 at 1:57-66 I-text ang Mateo 11:1-11:11 Hindi Ito Ang Inaasahan Ko! Naranasan mo na bang maghintay sa isang bagay at halos hindi na makapaghintay na mangyari ito, ngunit nang matapos ito ay sinabi mong hindi iyon more

  • Who Are You?

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Dec 12, 2022

    John the Baptist is not sure that Jesus is the anointed 'Messiah'

    Matthew 11:2-11 In the past two weeks, our Advent lessons have taught us to prepare to celebrate both the past and the future - to celebrate both the birth of Jesus 2,020 years ago and to heighten our anticipation of his coming anew at a date and time no one knows for sure. The lessons have more

  • "Expect The Unexpected This Christmas”

    Contributed by Michael Otterstatter on Jan 1, 2023
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    As some of said, “If we expect to hear the Christmas gospel without the Advent call to repentance, we will find ourselves surprised by John and unprepared for Jesus.” So, we ask the Holy Spirit to open our hearts to the message and ministry of both John and Jesus.

    “It wasn’t what I expected.” Whether you are young or old, a man or woman, a girl or a boy, you have probably experienced something that caused you to have that reaction. Perhaps it was connected to some food that you tried. You were feeling a little adventurous and you ordered something at a more

  • The Chatterbox - Week 5 Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Jul 6, 2014

    A 6 week look from the book, To Crash the Chatterbox from Steve Furtick. A look at how to crash the destructive noises satan places in our heart, spirit and mind.

    Crash the Chatterbox - 5 Matthew 11:1-11 May 25, 2014 The story of John the Baptist is fascinating. We know John and Jesus are related, we don’t know exactly how, but they are related and John is a few months older than Jesus. John was sent to announce the coming of the Messiah, Jesus. more

  • Surprise: It's Not What I Expected

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Jun 14, 2018

    Life does not always happen the way we plan it or expect it to follow. We have to remember that God's plan is for us to decrease so that Jesus might increase. We Look at the life of John the Baptist

    Surprise--It’s Not What I Expected by Rick Gillespie-Mobley Ecclesiastes 9:11-12 Luke 1:5-25 and 1:57-66 6/10/2018 Text Matthew 11:1-11:11 Surprised, It’s Not What I Expected! Have you ever been surprised, but in a negative sort of way. Your hopes got really high for something, but when it more

  • Light In The Spiritual Darkness Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 7, 2018

    Our Lord forever is pouring out on us His grace and goodness so that we will learn to do the same thing for Him and for other people.

    Feast of St. Lucy 2018 The constant temptation human beings face is to turn God’s intention for man upside down. Instead of us following the plan to be remade into God’s image, we are constantly trying the impossible. We attempt to remake God in our own image–venal and selfish and cruel and more

  • Prepare His Kingdom Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Dec 13, 2018

    To "Prepare His Kingdom" John the Baptist inquires about Jesus' Kingship through 1) The Request (Matthew 11:2-3), 2) The Reply (Matthew 11:4-6), and 3) The Recognition (Matthew 11:7-11)

    During the opening festivities for Kitchener’s annual German Christkindl (“Christ Child”) Market on Thursday night, a choir sang traditional carols and a hymn. Then a woman stepped forward to read the Christmas story from the German translation of the Gospel according to Luke. She was interrupted more