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  • Matthew 16:21-28

    Contributed by Steven W. Satterfield on Nov 3, 2020

    The Paradox of the cross

    Christ had to suffer in Jerusalem (v 21) Peter rebuked Christ (v 22) "Get behind me, satan!" (v 23) "Take up (your) cross and follow me." (v 24) The Paradox (v 25) "For whoever wishes to save his life shall lose it; but whoever loses his life for my sake shall find more

  • The Day Peter Was An Idiot: Missing The Necessity Of The Cross

    Contributed by Rian Adams on Sep 14, 2020

    The sermon is when Peter rebuked Jesus for suggesting he would die on the cross. Proper 17, Year A

    The Day Peter Was An Idiot: Missing The Necessity of the Cross Proper 17 – Matthew 16:21-28 Intro: Since February of this year, the People’s Republic of China has removed and destroyed over 900 crosses from Christian churches. If that wasn’t enough, to display a cross on a place of worship is a more

  • "to Jerusalaem... A Mission To Complete

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Aug 29, 2020

    Jesus rebuked Peter because Peter did not understand God's plan.... Jerusalem, the cross and empty grave would mean forgiveness and eternal life. We all make mistakes... quotes by Barbara Bush, John Stott

    In Jesus Holy Name August 30, 2020 Text: Matthew 16:21-28 Pentecost XIII – Redeemer “To Jerusalem…A Mission to Complete” Jesus and His disciples were at Caesarea Philippi. Their ministry to this point had been a stunning success. Crowds pressed in on them everywhere they more

  • How Committed Are We To Following Jesus

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Aug 29, 2020

    What is our commitment to following Christ. i) Is it some of the time, ii) most of the time or iii) all then time. The choice is yours

    Mt 16:21-28 Take up your cross and follow me Story: One man I admire greatly is Maximilian Kolbe (1894-1941). Maximilian Kolbe was a Catholic priest, who was put in a Nazi concentration camp for his faith. On May 28, 1941, he was transferred to the concentration camp at Auschwitz. One day a more

  • What Does It Mean To Take Up Our Cross? - Sermon Of Proper 17 - Year A

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Aug 28, 2020

    How do we demonstrate our willingness to follow Christ in our lives - The illustration was found on the internet, but I am unsure of the original source

    In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. ‘Then Jesus told his disciples, ‘If any want to become my followers, let them deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me. For those who want to save their life will lose it, and those who lose their life for my sake will find it. more

  • Walang Krus, Walang Crown

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Aug 23, 2020
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    Sa pagmuni-muni na ito, ipinapamalayan namin kung paano kami lumipat mula sa pagkalito ni Pedro sa pokus ni Jesus, mula sa krus ng ating buhay hanggang sa korona ng ating makalangit na buhay sa pamamagitan ng pagsunod kay Kristo Jesus sa pananampalataya.

    Walang Krus, Walang Crown Jeremias 20:7-9 , Roma 12:1-2 , Mateo 16:21-27 . Pagninilay Mahal na mga kapatid, Basahin natin ang Salita ng Diyos para sa Linggo. Ang teksto ay kinuha mula sa Ebanghelyo ni Mateo (Mateo 16:21-27): " Mula noon, sinimulan ni Jesus na ipakita ang kanyang more

  • No Cross, No Crown (Twenty-Second Sunday In Ordinary Time)

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Aug 23, 2020
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    In this reflection, we reflect on how we move from the confusion of Peter to the focus of Jesus, from the cross of our lives to the crown of our heavenly lives by following Christ Jesus with our conduct in our lives on this earth.

    No Cross, No Crown (Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time) Jeremiah 20:7-9, Romans 12:1-2, Matthew 16: 21-27. Reflection Dear sisters and brothers, Let us read the Word of God for this Sunday. The text is taken from the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 16:21-27): “From that time on, Jesus began more

  • Sin Cruzar Sin Corona

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Aug 23, 2020
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    En esta reflexión, reflexionamos sobre cómo pasamos de la confusión de Pedro al enfoque de Jesús, de la cruz de nuestras vidas a la corona de nuestras vidas celestiales siguiendo a Cristo Jesús con nuestra conducta en nuestras vidas en esta tierra.

    Sin cruzar sin corona Jeremías 20:7-9 , Romanos 12:1-2 , Mateo 16:21-27 . Reflexión Queridos hermanos y hermanas, Leamos la Palabra de Dios para este domingo. El texto está tomado del Evangelio de Mateo (Mateo 16:21-27): “ A partir de ese momento, Jesús comenzó more

  • The Cost Of True Discipleship: An Exposition Of Matthew 16:21-28

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Aug 19, 2020
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    Is it "Come and Dine" or "Come and Die" as Bonhoeffer stated about the Cost of Discilpeship?

    The Call to True Discipleship: An Exposition of Matthew 16:21-28 Poor Peter! He had just had a most dramatic revelation and confession of who Jesus is. Because of this, Jesus had called him blessed. He had given Simon a new name Peter which means “stone.” Not only this, Jesus had personally given more

  • "the Way To Life Goes Through Death"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Aug 11, 2020
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    A sermon about God's Way versus our way.

    “The Way to Life Goes Through Death” (A number of themes and ideas in this sermon come from N.T. Wright) Matthew 16:21-28 In the words of the late American news commentator Paul Harvey, this morning’s Gospel Lesson is “the rest of the story.” It is a continuation of what we talked about last more

  • Our Cross

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Jul 17, 2020

    Why do evil people seem to prosper, while good people suffer? Is there any justice? Let’s realize that payday is coming, for good and evil. Let’s discuss carrying our cross in Matthew 16:21-28.

    Why do evil people seem to prosper, while good people suffer? Is there any justice? Let’s realize that payday is coming, for good and evil. Let’s discuss carrying our cross in Matthew 16:21-28. From that time Jesus began to show to His disciples that He must go to Jerusalem, and suffer many things more

  • God And The Nations - Part 3 - Can The Nation Be Saved Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jul 16, 2020

    Many Christians in America have inadvertently or intentionally placed the good of our nation above the good of the Kingdom of God. They are NOT the same thing. What is the proper Biblical attitude we should have regarding our relationship with the Lord and with our nation?

    God And The Nations - Part 3 - Can The Nation Be Saved Please stand as we read our newest memory Scripture together Titus 3:3-5 “At one time we too were foolish, disobedient, deceived and enslaved by all kinds of passions and pleasures. We lived in malice and envy, being hated and hating one more

  • Twenty-Second Sunday In Ordinary Time, Cycle A; 22nd Sunday, Year A. --Get Behind Me, Satan!

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jun 11, 2020
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    Look, you need to know this man died. He was tortured and executed. It was awful.

    In the book, How to Disappear, there are true stories of people who faked their own deaths to collect on life insurance policies, or simply to start over. To catch them, specialists are hired. The book says many get caught by doing things like visiting their mother. Or, they chose a new name that more

  • Standing Against Division

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Jun 11, 2020
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    This message is about what a spiritual attack looks like and what can be done about it.

    Do you remember the record where Peter rebukes Jesus for telling the disciples He was going to die in Jerusalem? Of course you do. Turn with me to Matthew 16. (21) From that time forth began Jesus to shew unto his disciples, how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the more

  • El Peligro De Los Mega-Ídems

    Contributed by Byron Perrine on Apr 22, 2020

    En este discurso, he reelaborado varios sermones de otros predicadores con un énfasis ligeramente diferente basado en la traducción de la versión inglesa contemporánea de Mateo 16: 23, a saber: «estás en el camino porque piensas como todos los demás... ».

    Comparar una variedad de versiones bíblicas puede ser muy útil, y dado el hecho de que los textos originales del Nuevo Testamento fueron escritos en una antigua forma del griego, es difícil extraer el significado exacto del texto y transferirlo al inglés. A través de la more