Confronting Evil and Injustice

Matthew 21:1-17

Believers at the proper time purposely confront evil and injustice by following Jesus’ courageous example



Matthew 2:10-11; Luke 1:42-44; Luke 1:12-14; and Luke 2:9-11

The presence of the Jesus the Savior brings ultimate joy.


Making the Best Decisions

Matthew 1:18-25

Determine to do what God would have you do, what is right, in every circumstance.


Promises Kept

Matthew 1:1-17

God always keeps every promise He makes.

The World Comes To Adore Him

Matthew 2:1-12

Christmas is coming soon. The celebration is going to be over soon, but Jesus remains forever.
Jesus is sometimes met with secret or open hostility. Others meet Him with apathy and indifference.
But then there ware those who really meet Him, and respond to him with worship, and adoration and praise
and spend the rest of their lives seeking to follow Him.

Embracing the Resurrection

Matthew 28:1-15

We remember that the Savior who conquered death conquered it for all who believe. Yes, there have been and are those who try to explain away the empty tomb since it occurred during the first century and since that time. However, the only truly rational, reasonable and believable explanation for the empty tomb is the Jesus rose physically from the dead! Jesus lives and we live in and through Him!

The Testimony of the Enemies

Matthew 27:27-66

From Matthew 27, even the enemies of Jesus testified to the truth of who He is. All the things they said to mock Him while He was being crucified and dying in our place were statements proclaiming who Jesus truly is. He is King of the Jews and King of kings. He is the Son of God and the Savior of the world. Jesus did not save Himself, as His enemies tempted Him to do while He was on the cross, so He might save any who will believe in Him. Even today when hostile forces speak against Jesus, they truly reinforce the truth of Jesus as King and Lord before whom all must one day bow.