Tag Archives: Gospel of Matthew

Tooting Our Horns

As I’ve been preparing for my message for Sunday morning, I have been meditating on Matthew 6:1-18.¬† This passage speaks to certain testimonies of righteous living: giving, praying, and fasting. It is notable that each of these are introduced by … Continue reading

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IHS – What Does It Mean?

I had a conversation with a couple of the ladies in my church today about a symbol that is imprinted into the fabric lining the bottom of our brass offering plates. I had overheard one of them telling the other … Continue reading

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Hungry with Questions

Yesterday I preached from Matthew 15:29-39 about the feeding of the 4,000 (men, less women and children and not to be confused with the feeding of the 5,000 men plus women and children [Matthew 14:13-21]): 29¬†Jesus left there and went … Continue reading

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