Sermons
Free Sermons and Sermon Outlines for Preaching :

Sermons on Matthew 23:29-33: showing 1-15 of 46

Scripture

Clear Scripture Filters

Rating

Date

Denominations

  • Show more

Language

Sermon Type

Audience

Try PRO
Get Full Access — Free for 14 Days
Unlock premium sermon illustrations, preaching campaigns, and church media ... only with PRO
Get Started
  • How Can You Escape The Condemnation Of Hell? Series

    Contributed by Doug Fannon on Oct 22, 2018
     | 156 views

    Jesus asked the question to the Scribes and Pharisees who were going through life filling squares and never having the heart right with Him.

    Today we are starting a new sermon series entitled: The Questions Jesus Asked. Jesus had a way of asking questions to which He fully knew the answers. The question Jesus asked where for our benefit, not his. Jesus being divine, He is all knowing, so in a sense, His questions are rhetorical. God ...read more

  • Woes To Unfaithful Church Leaders

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Aug 14, 2018
     | 592 views

    Jesus’ stern warning to the Pharisees in Matthew 23:13-39 is also important for church leaders today. A Year D sermon.

    It is such a privilege to be a church leader, especially in kind and loving churches. It is a grave responsibility to feed God’s sheep and guide people that we are privileged to call our friends, on their journey to eternity. Overseers of churches are far from perfect, but some mistakes are worse ...read more

  • Our Savior Has Come

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Jun 24, 2018
     | 510 views

    The people of Israel were looking for a Messiah but when He arrived they could not recognize him. Do we recognize Jesus as our Messiah today?

    Our Savior Has Come Luke 19:28-38 Today we mark the Triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem that we call Palm Sunday. We call this the Triumphal entry because of how the people responded by making a parade of Jesus entrance. All the gospel writers record this event with different ...read more

  • Jesus’ Last Sermon Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jun 21, 2018
     | 4,853 views

    This was our Lords last public message. It is a scathing denunciation of false religion that paraded itself under the guise of truth. Some of the common people no doubt were shocked at his words, for they considered the Pharisees righteous.

    -Tuesday- Jerusalem Jesus’ Last Sermon Matthew 23:1-39 (focal passage), Mark 12:38-40, Luke 20:45-4 Matthew 23:1-39 1 Then Jesus spoke to the multitudes and to His disciples, 2 saying: “The scribes and the Pharisees sit in Moses’ seat. 3 Therefore whatever they tell you to ...read more

  • Pharisee Or Holiness?

    Contributed by Craig Benner on Oct 22, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,232 views

    There are many who would argue that a Pharisee and one who believes in holiness are one in the same. I beg to differ. True holiness affects the external and the internal. It affects the acts and the attitude.

    Are you a Pharisee or are you Holiness? Let us see if there is a difference and determine to understand why some people have trouble differentiating between the two. Pharisee = a person in the role of religious service who believes that his or her title and/or office automatically make him or ...read more

  • Missing The Mark Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Dec 17, 2012
    based on 3 ratings
     | 5,098 views

    This message series inspired by Kyle Idleman's book, "Not a Fan."

    “Missing the Mark” A Fan or a Follower - #4 of 5 Jerry Watts Matthew 23 (Note: This series is inspired by Kyle Idleman’s book – “Not a Fan”) * His name was Matt Emmons. In the 2004 Olympics, he was competing in the 50-meter three-position rifle event and ...read more

  • The Sermon Of Seven Woes Series

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on May 5, 2012
    based on 4 ratings
     | 15,242 views

    Sermon #9 of 13 sermons on the Preaching of Jesus dealing with the sermon of 7 woes found in Matthew 23:1-39

    The Sermon of Seven Woes Matthew 23:1-39 CHCC: March 25, 2012 INTRODUCTION: Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Jesus himself stepped up to this pulpit to preach? Suppose Jesus watched the way you lived your life this past week, and then came to preach in this pulpit today. ...read more

  • Ditchin' Religion

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Mar 14, 2012
     | 2,611 views

    A sermon about how believers should not allow religion to dictate their lives, but how Christ should live through them.

    Text:, Title: Ditchin’ Religion, Date/Place: NRBC, Carver Baptist Church, 3/11-12/12, PM A. Opening illustration: Quote from Not A Fan, page 25, about stadiums with enthusiastic fans, but no interested in the pain of following. Have a brief discussion on how we describe the best Christians ...read more

  • A Messiah's Rules For Living Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Aug 28, 2011
    based on 6 ratings
     | 2,964 views

    Jesus calls us to place value on the things in life that are truly important.

    A Messiah's Rules For Living Text: Matt. 22:13-36 Introduction 1. Illustration: Rules of chocolate: a. If you’ve got melted chocolate all over your hands, you’re eating it too slowly. b. Chocolate covered raisins, cherries, orange slices and strawberries all count as fruit, so ...read more

  • Misplaced Zeal

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Jun 16, 2011
     | 2,118 views

    We are impressed with zeal. Certainly the Jews of Jesus day had tremendous zeal; passion for what they believed. But zeal and passion can easily be focused on the wrong thing.

    Passage: Matthew 23:1-39 Intro: We are impressed by zeal, passion 1. see our Mormon friends riding their bike es 2. on way to seminary, remember seeing a Moonie selling candy bars in the freezing rain. 3. we even have a grudging admiration for zeal that causes a radical Muslim to kill ...read more

  • Johanan The Rabbi Series

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Aug 18, 2010
    based on 13 ratings
     | 9,042 views

    A narrative monolouge reply from a Rabbi who was present at the Temple to hear the words of Jesus spoken in Matthew 23. To highlight why Jesus had an issue with the Teachers of the Law and Pharisees, that he was concerned for their legalism.

    Matthew 23, 22/08/2010 Jesus was to address the Pharisees and the Teachers of the Law at the Temple. This occurred during the week preceding the crucifixion of Jesus. Jesus mentions seven woes, The Pharisees were a legalistic and separatistic group who strictly, but often hypocritically, kept ...read more

  • How To Lose Friends And Inflame Enemies Series

    Contributed by Chris Kelly on Jul 31, 2010
    based on 7 ratings
     | 2,859 views

    Ever wonder what it would be like to meet Jesus in person? The Pharasees did and it was an uncomfortable experience to say the least!

    How to Lose Friends and Inflame Enemies Series: One on One With the Master February 28, 2010 Let me ask you a question. What do you think is the greatest threat to the church today? Persecution? Atheism? Materialism? No… Hypocrisy! Hypocrisy has done more to turn people away from God ...read more

  • Jhhemtyd Part 6: Learning From History

    Contributed by Brian La Croix on Apr 20, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,073 views

    Part six of this series, this message based on how Israel had rejected God’s prophets and His Messiah.

    Jesus Hates Hypocrisy Even More Than You Do! Part 6 – Learning from History Matthew 23:29-39 February 15, 2009 Me: One of the most frustrating parts of parenting is when your child gets hurt doing something that had already hurt them sometime before. You parents know what I’m talking ...read more

  • Woe To The Hyprocrites!

    Contributed by James Jack on Apr 11, 2009
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,691 views

    Jesus’ stinging tirade against the hyprocrites and heretics is a righteous condemnation of false religion.

    I get worked up about a lot of things. I get worked up when they change the words to old hymns that are favourites of mine. I get worked up at umpiring and refereeing decisions – perhaps not as much as St. George supporters, but worked up nonetheless. I get worked up when Damien takes the last ...read more