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The consolation at the birth of Jesus (Matthew 1:18-25)

We can see from the account that Joseph had very good character features – we are told about his righteous attitude, his compassion (he did not want to embarrass Mary) and his carefulness (he thought about the situation). 605 more words

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The circumstances of the birth of Jesus (Matthew 1:18-25)

I wonder where or how Joseph proposed to Mary. It looks from the rest of the Gospels that he was older than her, perhaps by twenty years or more. 580 more words

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Can I Blaspheme?

This is not to be confused with may I. As I am reading through Mathew and coming off of the 3rd commandment I was struck by the only two times in the Bible that God attached unforgiveness as a possibility to an action. 1,500 more words


10/22/2017 Give from Our True Capacity

Ordinary Time (Proper 24)
Exodus 33:12–23; Psalm 99; 1 Thessalonians 1:1–10; Matthew 22:15–22

“Render to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.” 1,786 more words

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The greatest birth (Matthew 1:18-25)

The birth of Jesus is a great mystery. In fact, it is generally regarded as one of two great mysteries of the Christian faith – they are the mystery of three persons in the Trinity and the mystery of two natures in the person of Christ. 523 more words

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The uniqueness of Jesus (Matthew 1:1-17)

The first verse of Matthew 1 stresses that Jesus is unique. It is likely that a Jew who knew the Old Testament would be very excited when he first read this opening sentence of Matthew. 544 more words

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The Unfair God


This morning we are looking at Matthew Chapter 20, specifically, we are looking at the parable at the start, the parable of the vineyard and its workers.  3,447 more words