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Gospel Of Matthew

The Gospel Of Matthew | The Parables Discourse

The Gospel of Mattheis a bridge from Old Testament anticipation to New Testament fulfilment, telling the story of Jesus' birth, life, death, and resurrection as a fulfillment of the whole Biblical story.


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  • Pentecost: The Great Babel Reversal | Chilliwack Campus

    The tower of Babel was humanity coming together to make a name for themselves by trying to reach up to heaven. The result was God confusing their language and scattering them throughout the earth. This sermon explores how Pentecost is the great Babel reversal.

  • Pentecost Sunday: The Lord Came Down | Agassiz Campus

    Genesis 11:1-9 & Acts 2:1-6

    It has been said that Pentecost – the day that the Holy Spirit was given 50 days after the resurrection of Jesus – was a reversal of The Tower of Babel … and rightly so. Instead of people trying to reach God in their own power and with evil intent – resulting is confusion & disciplinary dispersion, God came down – resulting in a beautiful unity, clarity, and dispersion to the glory of God and for the salvation & blessing of people.

  • Pentecost Sunday: When God Looses Languages | Harrison & Lake Errock Campuses

    Genesis 11:1-9 and Acts 2:1-11

    The story of the tower of Babel in Genesis 11 and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the disciples on the day of Pentecost in Acts 2 are fascinating stories on their own. Placed side by side, they reveal in even greater depth the power God has made available to his followers through the filling of the Spirit as we seek to make much of Jesus.

  • Pentecost Sunday: The Tower Of Babel & The Spirit At Pentecost | Promontory Campus

    Genesis 11:1-9 & Acts 2:1-9

    The Spirit unites the scattered, brings clarity and connection in confusion, indwells and empowers His people, glorifies God, and renews and restores humanity.

  • The Gospel of Matthew | The Sermon Discourse : The Privilege of the Disciple | Promontory Campus

    Matthew 10:24-42

    Jesus has been explaining to his disciples that they will face persecution, but he tells them they do not need to be afraid.  If God is on their side, there is nothing to be afraid of.  Disciples of Jesus are to carry the gospel message being courageously fearful, uncompromisingly loving as privileged ambassadors of Christ. 

  • The Gospel of Matthew | The Mission Discourse: A Missionary Mindset | Agassiz & Lake Errock Campuses

    Matthew 10:24-42

    In Matthew 10 Jesus tells His disciples what to expect as they go about proclaiming the gospel. We should expect danger, division, and God’s present and eternal care.

  • The Gospel of Matthew | The Missions Discourse: The Cost and Comforts of Discipleship | Harrison Campus

    Matthew 10:24-42

    Following Jesus is costly. Christians will be maligned and slandered, at times by members of their own family. But for those who place Jesus first, before anything and anyone else, there is great comfort in our heavenly Father’s loving care and the rewards of following Christ.

  • Gospel of Matthew | The Missions Discourse: The Commission for the Mission | Chilliwack Campus

    At the end of the Mission Discourse, Jesus recognizes that conflict, suffering, and even familial unrest lay ahead for His followers. But as He always does, He prepares us for the road ahead with instruction for His modern-day disciples. Jesus instructs us to both disciple others and be discipled ourselves until we receive our reward.

  • The Gospel of Matthew | The Missions Discourse: Scheming Doves | Promontory Campus

    Matthew 10:16-23

    When Jesus sends out his disciples on their first mission’s trip, he gives them a warning about what they will find.  People are going to oppose them, and they will face persecution.  However he also gives them some amazing promises about how God will take care of them through all of it.

  • The Gospel of Matthew | The Missions Discourse: How To Face Persecution| Harrison & Lake Errock Campuses

    Matthew 10:16-23

    Despite a steady departure away from Christian values and foundations, in our Canadian context we enjoy many religious freedoms. Nevertheless, Scripture teaches us that every believer that takes a stand for Christ will be persecuted at some point, to some extent. In this section of Matthew Jesus tells us how we should face persecution when it comes.