Matthew 24:1-31 is roughly the first half of the Olivet Discourse. Jesus has some strong and important words here.
This is a book review I did on “Essential Christian Doctrine: A Handbook of Biblical Truth”, a book that has John MacArthur as its general editor.
Matthew 23:1-39 features some strong language from Jesus. May we examine ourselves to make sure we do not do as the scribes and Pharisees do.
Jesus talks to various people in Matthew 22:15-46. We also see a summation of the law here. We do not see a summation of Christianity.
Matthew 21:33-22:14 shows two parables. Neither are about money. Both are absolutely beautiful and sobering.
This is a book review I did on “Love Does” by Bob Goff.
Matthew 21:18-32 shows some more good kingly stuff from Jesus. This includes a great a parable that (shocker!) has nothing to do with money.
Matthew 21:1-17 shows some messianic actions prior to Jesus’ death. He never stops being the Messiah.
Matthew 20:17-34 is both a sobering and a beautiful text.
This post is simply an announcement of my podcast I debuted on April 28th.
Matthew 20:1-16 is a fantastic parable about the kingdom of heaven.
This is a book review I did on “Who’s Driving The Purpose-Driven Church: A Documentary On The Teachings Of Rick Warren” by James Sundquist.
Matthew 19:1-30 is an outstanding passage. Jesus never stops being the Messiah.
Here is a brief post that summarizes my most-viewed posts from April 2021. They include posts on Alex Seeley, Jen Wilkin, the Association of Related Churches (ARC) and the documentary “Church of Tares.”