Meditation on Matthew 20:1-16 Our culture has many ways of judging who is first: wealth, fame, beauty, and so forth. These things
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Meditation on Matthew 18:21-35 Jesus’ parable makes it clear that just as there is no end to the forgiveness God has for
Devotion on Matthew 18:1-20. The one who uses power and control most effectively is the greatest in the perspective of the world.
Meditation on Matthew 15:21-28 The Canaanite woman referred to Jesus as the Son of David. This meant that she believed that Jesus
Meditation on Matthew 14:22-33 Just as Jesus took hold of Peter and brought him back to the boat, He is also patient
MEDITATION in Matthew 14:13-21. The feeding of the 5,000 teaches us that Jesus cares for his people - our every need of
MEDITATION > Matthew 13:44-52. God still considers us precious in spite of our sinful condition. Because our sin has corrupted our human nature,
The invitation to follow Jesus is open to all people in all places and times.
Hearing God’s Word helps us to have deeper roots. It enables the Holy Spirit to give us understanding and bear fruit. God our Savior desires all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.
Jesus Christ teaches us, to expect rejection even from our own family and friends. However, He promises that if we follow Him and humble ourselves to learn from Him like children, He will reveal to us the truth and we can have rest in Him.