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I. Marriage is a covenant relationship. II. Marriage is a public and social relationship. III. Marriage is for the mutual help of husband and wife, and their companionship. IV. Marriage is a sexual relationship. V. Marriage was designed by God from the beginning to be between one man and one woman, at one time. VI. Marriage of a man and a woman is …
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Jesus is asked a question about divorce, and he begins his answer with this: "Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and female..." I. Jesus shows God’s love for people by healing them, vv1-2. II. Jesus shows God’s love for people in pointing us to his Word, vv3-4. III. Jesus shows God’s love for people in maki…
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Jesus is the guarantor of a better covenant, who is able to save to the uttermost those who draw near to God through him, since he always lives to make intercession for them. Why is Jesus a better priest than any other? I. Because of God's oath, vv20-21. II. Because he's the guarantor of a better covenant, v22. III. Because he always lives to inter…
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Jesus is a better hope than the Old Testament law and priesthood could give. Why? Because the law gave a priesthood that brought imperfection, impermanence, and was impotent. But Jesus brings perfection, permanence and power. So in and by Jesus we can truly draw near to God.By Ted Wenger
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I. The process of reconciliation in personal and church discipline, vv15-17. II. The responsibility and authority of the church in cases of church discipline, v18. III. The assurance we have of God the Father answering our prayers in cases of church discipline, v19. IV. The presence of Jesus in cases of church discipline, v20.…
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What should we do if someone in the Christian community sins against us? I. If we’ve been sinned against, we should confront the person personally and privately, v15. II. If they won’t listen to just you, you should take others along, v16. III. If they won’t listen to two or three people, take it to the church, for judicial action, v17. IV. If they…
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Who is this mysterious Melchizedek? And how does he resemble Jesus? I. Melchizedek resembles Jesus as a king and priest of God Most High, v1. II. Melchizedek resembles Jesus because he is king of righteousness, v2. III. Melchizedek resembles Jesus because he’s the king of peace, v2. IV. Melchizedek resembles Jesus in that his priesthood wasn’t here…
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Jesus says "See that you do not despise one of these little ones." To despise is to look down on them, or think little of them, and then treat them like they are insignificant or detestable. I. Don't despise them because of their guardian angels, v10. II. Don't despise them because of their Good Shepherd, vv12-13. III. Don't despise them because of…
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I. The sovereign choice of God in the spiritual experiences of his disciples, v1. II. The clarity of Jesus concerning the future, v9. III. Christ’s help in answering our questions, vv10-12. IV. God’s servant, the second Elijah, in the plan of redemption, vv13. V. God’s care for his saints. VI. Our failures and Christ's faithfulness.…
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Jesus told his disciples, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. 25 For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it. I. Jesus invites us to be his disciple, v24 II. Jesus reveals what it means to be a disciple, v24. III. Jesus gives us a reason to b…
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The outworking of the providence of God in Zechariah and Elizabeth and John and us. I. VV5-7 God’s hard providences for the faithful people of God. II. VV8-13 God’s ordinary providences further the extraordinary purposes of God. III. VV13-17 God’s extraordinary providences fulfill the prior promises of God. IV. VV 18-25 None of God’s providences ar…
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Peter rebukes Jesus and Jesus rebukes Peter. I. Disciples of Jesus need to see the necessity of the sufferings, death and resurrection of the Messiah, v21. II. Disciples of Jesus can be wildly wrong about important spiritual matters, for which we need to be corrected, vv22-23. III. Disciples of Jesus must learn to think God’s thoughts after him, le…
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