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Whose Name is on the Signs?

For the next several weeks, we are going to look at what Jesus says about the future. As we study Matthew 24, Pastor Vince wants us to keep in mind Psalm 24 which says, “The earth is the Lord’s and all it contains, the world, and those who dwell in it.” Only the God who owns the earth would be worthy enough and have the authority to rescue the sinners on it. May our study of what Jesus says of…
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What You See in the Mirror Depends on Where You’re Standing

If you stand directly in front of a mirror, you can only see yourself. Yet, if you stand to the side of the mirror, you see more of what or who is around you. Pastor Vince uses this analogy to teach from Matthew 23 where Jesus is speaking to the Pharisees and scribes about their hypocrisy and pride. “Pride wants me to see sin in another and not to see sin in me. Looking at others more than looking at…
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Get Real

This week’s passage from Matthew 23 reveals what is at the heart of Jesus – what aches His heart and why it does. It is through Jesus’ interaction with the scribes and Pharisees that we see how their character and their motivation would shut off the kingdom of heaven from people. They are supposed to be pointing others to Jesus but they are not. We can use their example to examine ourselves – “Is there a lack of real faith…