Sermons on Matthew
We sing about it in hymns and Christmas Carols, “Glory to the newborn king!”. The wise men were seeking the King of the Jews. The prophet Daniel wrote about a coming kingdom. Pastor Rod Bunton explores why Jesus is our king and how that should be lived out in our lives.
Matthew 1:18-25 – No man in history has ever faced this dilemma: trusting his betrothed wife’s claim of a virgin pregnancy from the Holy Spirit. Pastor Rod Bunton examines the circumstances that Joseph faced when God chose him to be the earthly father to the Messiah.
Matthew 27:62-28:10 – When Jesus’ tomb was sealed and guarded, some hoped that it would prevent the resurrection but, instead, it helped to prove it. Pastor Rod Bunton reviews many reasons why we can have faith in the resurrection event.
Matthew 18:15-17 – Church discipline is necessary to heal the body from the infection of sin. Pastor Rod Bunton continues to examine the process of church discipline that, when executed Biblically, is one of the Twelve Marks of a Healthy Church.
Matthew 18:15-17 – Church discipline is painful and difficult, but necessary and rewarding. Pastor Rod Bunton explains an often misunderstood process that, when executed Biblically, is one of the Twelve Marks of a Healthy Church.
Matthew 21:23-32 ~ Which is more important: profession or repentance? Pastor Doug Link looks at the parable of the two sons and reveals the important meaning of this teaching from Jesus.
Matthew 24:21 ~ Pastor Rod Bunton tackles the subject of what Grace Church teaches about the end times. In this message, he explains the Pre-tribulation Rapture.
Matt. 2:13-20 & Rev. 12:1-5 ~ Although Christmas is thought of as a time of peace and celebration, Pastor Ben Khazraee reminds us that in God’s miraculous plan the birth of Jesus was the next step in the battle against Satan.
Matthew 2 ~ Senior Pastor Rob Bunton looks at the example of the wise men who visited the Messiah to show us what we should do.
Matthew 1:18-25 ~ The miracle of Christmas wasn’t the birth of the Messiah, it was the conception. Pastor Rod Bunton give us four reasons why we can believe in the miracle of the virgin birth.