Matthew 7:1–6: Judging and Being Judged

While the Church must be faithful to declare the judgment of God’s word clearly, we must avoid pronouncing final judgment upon people. Judge your sin, lest you be judged by God. (Exposition of Matthew 7:1–6)

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Matthew 6:25–34: Do Not Be Anxious

In a world where everyone must ultimately die, how should we deal with the daily anxieties of living? To pacify earthly anxieties, pursue heavenly treasures. (Exposition of Matthew 6:25–34)

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Matthew 6:19–24: Eyes on the Master

While we feel that we are in control of our sideways glances, Jesus teaches that what we gaze upon controls us. Our eyes shape our hearts to serve a master. (Exposition of Matthew 6:19–24)

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Psalm 96: The LORD Reigns!

Psalm 96 reorients us to the true focal point of world missions: God, his kingdom, and his glory. The gospel of God summons the world to worship. (Exposition of Psalm 96)

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Matthew 6:7–15: The Lord’s Prayer

The Lord’s Prayer is a paradox. Jesus teaches to pray with boldness to “Our Father,” and with fear of the One who is “in heaven.” So, we pray to Almighty God as children speaking with our Father. (Exposition of Matthew 6:7–15)

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Genesis 32:1–21: The Sacrifice of Jacob

In the moment of Jacob's greatest weakness, he comes most closely to resemble his most illustrious Descendant. God sustains our faltering faith when we are in the shadow of death. (Exposition of Genesis 32:1–21)

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Matthew 7:1–6: Judging and Being Judged

While the Church must be faithful to declare the judgment of God's word clearly, we must avoid pronouncing final judgment upon people. Judge your sin, lest you be judged by God. (Exposition of Matthew 7:1–6)