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The Herald of the King (Part 2) (Matt 3:10-12)

As we continue to listen to this herald of the King, we will discover three more main points of his preaching. First, John preached about the Holy Spirit and his baptism. Second, he warned of the real danger of unbelief and lack of repentance. Third and finally, John preached the security of believers as they are gathered safely as wheat into the Father’s barns.

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The Fight of Faith (Gen 14:1-24)

As we come to Genesis chapter 14, we find that Abram’s faith is once again put to the test. In order to rescue his nephew from captivity, Abram would have to overpower a much larger army with his servants, who were not trained soldiers. The second test will come at the end of the chapter, when Abram is tested to accept the riches and accolades of the world. This is perhaps the hardest test of all.

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The Herald of the King (Part 1) (Matt 3:1-12)

As the herald who announced the coming of the King, John the Baptist had an important and powerful ministry. Two of the emphases of his preaching are, first, the reality of sin and the need for repentance. Second, he preached Jesus Christ. Salvation is not found in bare repentance, but through faith in the Lamb of God, of whom John spoke.

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Trouble in Paradise (Gen 12:10-13:18)

Much of Abram’s blessing was stored up for the future and he had to rely on God’s word alone. That is certainly the case with the text before us, as this man of faith faced trouble in paradise. The first trouble that he faced was with outward circumstances and foreigners. The second trouble that confronted Abram was a family issue.

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Out of Egypt (Matt 2:13-23)

In this section of Scripture we are going to see how Jesus is the Son of God that Israel failed to be. In many instances in the Old Testament, including one of the passages that Matthew quotes, the nation of Israel is referred to as God’s son. Yet the nation as a whole failed to be obedient to God as a Father. Therefore, if they were to be saved, one must come to be the perfectly obedient Son. That is what Jesus did, first by reliving Israel’s time as refugees in Egypt. Second, Jesus brings his people out of exile through his own exile. Third, Jesus brings salvation to the despised by become despised himself.

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