The kingdom of God doesn't come in the same way the rest of the kingdoms on earth come. That is why Jesus expresses openly talks about his kingdom's presence, plight, and perfection.
Since this kingdom is so different, people might be tempted to ignore it or write it off as too insignificant for real concern.
Yet with these words Jesus encourages us to enter this kingdom and be faithful members of it, despite what our eyes may behold around us.
The Coming of Christ's Kigndom
Unlawful Divorces Cause Adultery
In a day where divorce is almost as common as marriage, we need to remember how sacred that covenant is. Jesus puts that reminder to us in sobering terms when he says that divorces will cause adulterous relationships. In this message Matt helps us to understand exactly what Jesus means.
Mary's Blessedness: Affirmed & Perfected
Whom Do You Serve?
The Father's love for Lost Sons
Jesus Loves Lost People
The hardest doctrine in the Bible to really grasp is not so much predestination or the doctrine of God's eternal wrath. Rather, the most difficult doctrine is the doctrine of God's love. Most people cannot believe just how far His love truly extends.
In the parables of the Lost Sheep and Lost Coin Jesus clears the air by expressing his love for lost people.
God is Our Refuge
The righteous are as
bold as a lion.
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