Sermons on Matthew

Sermons on Matthew

YOU’VE GOT TO GET OUT OF THE BOAT (PART 2)

YOU’VE GOT TO GET OUT OF THE BOAT (Part 2) Matthew 14: 22-33 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary The Outline Bible Jim Blevins Roger Campbell The Holman New Testament Commentary Matt Kratz David Owens Wayne Lawson Chris Benfield Corrie ten Boom Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

YOU’VE GOT TO GET OUT OF THE BOAT

YOU’VE GOT TO GET OUT OF THE BOAT (Part 1) Matthew 14: 22-33 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary The Outline Bible Jim Blevins Roger Campbell The Holman New Testament Commentary Matt Kratz David Owens Wayne Lawson Chris Benfield Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

OUR COMPASSIONATE JESUS – II

OUR COMPASSIONATE JESUS (Part 2) Matthew 14: 13-21 Sources/Acknowledgements: Jim Blevins The Outline Bible The Holman New Testament Commentary David Dykes Wiersbe Expository New Testament Outlines Rick Crandall James Lee Brian Bill Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

OUR COMPASSIONATE JESUS

OUR COMPASSIONATE JESUS (Part 1) Matthew 14: 13-21 Sources/Acknowledgements: Jim Blevins The Outline Bible The Holman New Testament Commentary David Dykes Wiersbe Expository New Testament Outlines Rick Crandall James Lee Brian Bill Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

THE PRICELESS GOSPEL II

THE PRICELESS GOSPEL II Matthew 13: 44-46 Sources/Acknowledgements: Jimmy Chapman The Outline Bible Tim Myer David Dykes The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary Jerry Shirley Rodelio Mallari Adam Perkins The Holman New Testament Commentary Brian Bill Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

THE PRICELESS GOSPEL

THE PRICELESS GOSPEL Matthew 13: 44-46 Sources/Acknowledgements: Jimmy Chapman The Outline Bible Tim Myer David Dykes The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary Jerry Shirley Rodelio Mallari Adam Perkins The Holman New Testament Commentary Brian Bill Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

MUSTARD SEED FAITH

MUSTARD SEED FAITH Matthew 13: 31-32 Sources/Acknowledgements: Thomas Clawson The Outline Bible Jim Blevins Alan Carr Mark Barber The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary Steve Haguewood Arland Hultgren Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

SOW WHAT (Part 2)

SOW WHAT? (Part 2) Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Outline Bible Matt McCraw Matt Dodd The Message Builder Jim Blevins The Holman New Testament Commentary  Jeff Strite Allan Carr David Dewitt Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

SOW WHAT?

SOW WHAT? (Part 1) Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Outline Bible Matt McCraw Matt Dodd The Message Builder Jim Blevins The Holman New Testament Commentary  Jeff Strite Allan Carr David Dewitt Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

MANAGING OUR MOUTH – Part 2

Matthew 12:33-37 & Psalm 141:3 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Outline Bible Jim Blevins Max Lucado Prayer and Share Ministries The Holman New Testament Commentary Brian La Croix Charles Swindoll Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.