Monthly Archives: November 2016

Matthew 15

Nov. 30,2016  Matthew 15 Although the year of popularity is continued in Matthew 15, the opposition of the Pharisees also increased. Although most of this chapter deals with Jesus healing many people, His encounter with the Pharisees results in a … Continue reading

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Matthew 14

November 28, 2016 Matthew 14 The common reference to the year of Jesus life recorded in the section of Matthew containing chapter 14, is that of His year of popularity. Twice in this chapter the crowds press in on Him … Continue reading

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Matthew 12

Nov. 26, 2016 Some years ago I read a book called, What Got You Here Will Not Take You Where You Want to Go. The thesis of the book was that an organization must operate differently when it includes over … Continue reading

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Matthew 11

Nov. 24, 2016 Matthew 11 Sometimes it is extremely difficult to work through all the competing voices in order to find out exactly what is going on. The days in which Jesus came incarnate was certainly one of those times. … Continue reading

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Matthew 10

Nov. 23, 2016 Matthew 10 Matthew 10 begins a new major section in the book of Matthew. Up until this point, Jesus has called followers, preached to many, and healed many infirmities. The closing call to prayer of chapter 9 … Continue reading

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Matthew 9

Nov. 22, 2016 Matthew 9 If there were one word to summarize Matthew 9, it would be diversity. Jesus healed diverse kinds of people and diverse diseases. He healed a paralytic, cast out demons and raised a little girl from … Continue reading

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Matthew 8

Nov. 19,2016 Matthew 8 Many things can be said about the Bible. One thing that cannot be said by anyone who has seriously read the book is that it is boring. Matthew chapter 8 has as much drama as most … Continue reading

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