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Matthew 6:10

I. Matthew 6:10 1. Your kingdom come in my personal life … (let your kingdom come) (it is a separate sentence) 2. The term “kingdom” refers to “rule,” “reign,” or “kingship” 3. It is not that the believers bring God’s rule, but God brings His rule to people through Jesus II. What is the need…

1 John 1:8-10; James 5:16; Matthew 5:23

I. There seems to have a direct link between sin and illnesses (cf. Psalm 38:3-4) 1. Sin (dishonorable practices) in believers’ life brings corruption and illness like toxins in the blood which needs dialysis 2. Healing from sin results in healing from illnesses II. We use “confession” in three different ways 1. A private confession…

Matthew 18:21-35

I. The forgiveness taught in this parable is not the forgiveness for/unto salvation, but it is about the practice of forgiveness in the lives of believers (a few observations) (a) Three characters: the wealthy man, the debtor, and the debtor’s debtor (narrate the story briefly) (b) The debtor’s debtor need not be a believer; he…

Matthew 11:28

I. Jesus extends an invitation to all who are wearied by the troubles of life to come to Him (28a-b) [who are tired from carrying heavy loads] because (a) He has the access to the Father and the resources of the Father (verse 25-27) (b) He is the only One who knows the Father (verse 25-27)…