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Series: More than a Miracle Worker

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More than a Miracle Worker

There are moments in Jesus’ ministry when one of his acts suspend the laws of nature. They are correctly called a miracle. However, they are also a sign which is pointing something out about Jesus. They show us something about who he is and his disposition. They show us that he is so much more than a miracle worker.

Sermons in More than a Miracle Worker

  • 6 September 2020

    Book: Matthew

    Jesus asked his disciples who people said he was. Their neighbors, the people across the road from them and a couple houses down and weren’t quite sure. Men like Jeremiah, Elijah, John the Baptist, Matthew, and the Apostle Paul all confess the same thing in their own way, “Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God.” And those words have taken hold of your life so that what you may not otherwise realize you now know full well.

  • 30 August 2020

    Book: Matthew

    It wasn’t just any woman who came to Jesus that day, but it was a Canaanite woman. If you were an Israelite there wouldn’t be a much better candidate than a Canaanite for someone who is unclean and defliled. Yet, she had tasted his mercies before and by faith she knew what Jesus’ merciful response would be.

  • 23 August 2020

    Book: Matthew

    Don’t be afraid.” This is a profound statement. To make it intelligible English the phrase is translated, “It is I.” But Jesus literally says, “Take courage! I am!” Jesus is showing us who he is. “I am who I am. I have always been. I will always be. I am present. I am here.”

  • 16 August 2020

    Book: Matthew

    The disciples had a problem but they didn’t bring it to Jesus, they just told him that he should send the crowd away. They were being overly pragmatic. Yet Jesus cares. We might look at Jesus’ compassion as something that is miraculous. He shows compassion consistently and completely. But it really is not, because it is natural to who he is.