Matthew takes great care to provide the evidence that Jesus is the king for which we have been waiting, thus making the call of Jesus to “Repent for the kingdom is near” and “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of people” compelling. In a phrase, Jesus is worth following.
God calls for his people to be mature and to follow after him by process of continual growth. In Ephesians 4:15 God gives his people the means of maturity – speaking the truth in love. Those who are mature, meaning those that recognize their immaturity, will use this good for their good and God’s ultimate […]
Our second week of the 2017 Advent season highlights God’s love for us through a seemingly unconventional way. Jesus, existing in the form of God, did not consider equality with God as something to be held onto but emptied Himself by assuming the form of a slave by being born as a man. We are […]
This week we launch into the 2017 Advent season by beginning a study in the gospel of Matthew. Here God provides us with the family tree of Jesus, and though we may find this a boring way to start a story as exciting as Jesus’, we can find a great hope therein.
This week we seek to set our hearts in a correct posture to receive the truth about God’s character and his people that wee see in the book of Malachi. By understanding the function of God’s prophets as deliverers of truth, we can better know how to approach the truth they deliver.
Pastor Hamilton speaks to the need for Christians to listen as we engage people so that we can know how the gospel applies specifically to where they are in life, just like Jesus did.