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God has been this way before. We will either be God’s willing servants or his unwilling tools, but he will accomplish his purposes through us, as long as we don’t throw Jesus over the cliff or let him slip away.
Dr. Skaug sorts out Matthew's usage of three critical OT passages (and several OT allusions) in order to find out how Jesus Christ is the greater Son of God, greater Jeremiah, and greater Moses.
Jesus sets the tone of his Ministry in his hometown of Nazareth. A message of hope and good news for the poor. The people in the synagogue also set the tone of rejection and drive Jesus out of town. In what ways are we offended by the gospel and reject his message? Where are we blinded? Only by grace are we able to believe and accept his message.
A brief message about the modes of worship and our ability to worship freely.
Matthew tells us the story of the Escape to Egypt and Jesus' family's re-entry back into Nazareth in order to show us exactly the character of Jesus' ministry. He has come to stand with us in the darkest of moments and to be a humble servant. All of this also fulfills prophecy.
Christmas through the eyes of Zechariah, Elizabeth, Joseph, and Mary.
The king cake contains a hidden baby. If you happen to get the baby, you are responsible to throw the next party.