Sermons on “Matthew”

Neither Snow, Nor Rain, Nor Heat

When the storms of life are raging, turn to Jesus. If He has the power to command the wind, He can certainly handle whatever situation in which you find yourself.

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The Turtle and the Rabbit

We all remember Aesop’s story “The Tortoise and the Hare,” which teaches us slow and steady wins the race. Jesus uses stories effectively as well. His stories are called parables, like this one about yeast. Yeast? Yes, yeast.

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Angels & Demons

Those who believe in heaven but not hell, angels but not demons, have only accepted half of the truth. Anything that is half-true is false.

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Pray Like This

“When you pray…” implies that we all pray. Who would pass up an opportunity to speak with God? He wants to hear from His children. Talk to Him. Do not ask others to speak for you.

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My Chinny Chin Chin

Little pig, little pig, let me come in. No, no, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin. Trying to resist temptation on our own is like living in a house of straw or sticks. Eventually it fails. Build your faith on a solid foundation – Jesus Christ.

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Truth or Consequences

Livin’ easy. Livin’ free. Season ticket on a one-way ride. The Highway to hell is broad and many choose that way. The truth is there are consequences for our decisions both good and bad.

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Go To Your Room!

At one time, sending a child to their room was a punishment. Today, kids’ rooms are more like Disneyworld! Where did they get all this cool stuff? Oh, right…

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Flags, Cards, and Whistles

Live and let live. It’s none of our business. Who are we to judge? Matthew 7:1 is arguably the most misused verse in all of the New Testament. Hey, there’s a log in my eye! Am I a hypocrite?

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Mirror, Mirror

Mirrors can be scary because they are completely objective and honest. What you see when you look in a mirror (spiritually) is what God sees. Is your walk with Christ something you want God to see? It can be.

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