Sermons by Jamey Newsted
Jesus uses the Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids to hammer home his message on the last days. The point of Matthew 25:1-13 is that we need to be continually watching and waiting for the return of Jesus because we do NOT want to miss it!
Jesus is returning whether we are ready or not but what we must understand is that if we truly believe in His return, our behavior will match accordingly. Let’s not get so caught up in everyday life that we miss is coming.
Jesus speaks of the end of the world in Matthew 24 and uses Daniel 9 as confirmation that a time of trial, trouble, and tribulation is coming. This will be marked by signs and markers we can look for that will signify the end of the world we know it.
Continuing the study on the end times, we take a close look at Matthew 24 and detail the signs Jesus warns will be prevalent in the end times. Many of these are unfolding before us right now and many could potentially happen soon Is this the end of the world as we know it?
Stranger things are happening in our world right now and we must ask the question, is the end of the world as we know it? Diving into Matthew 24 and John 14, we take a look at that Jesus says about the condition of the world, helping us to see we are in the 4th quarter.
We live in a noisy world that is doing whatever it can to get our attention and distract us from the voice of God. We must decide which voice we will listen to and understand that the voice we choose will either fill us or fail us.
God tells us how far we can go but desires us to stay as close to Him as possible. The Lord’s Prayer clarifies it is GOD’S WILL that should triumph in our life, not our own.
Psalm 23:4 Even in the dark and lonely times, God always has our back. His presence and protection are always there.
Psalm 23:2-3. What to do when life gives you a gut punch and you get knocked down. Are we done? Or Does God step in?
Psalm 23:1. What it means to have the Lord as your Shepherd.