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The Magi and The King of the Jews (Herod)

Matthew contrasts the magi and the king of the Jews (Herod) to show how people will see and seek Jesus. This will be seen all through the book and it begins with Jesus’ birth. The Magi are astrologers from a foreign land. They see a star and believe it is pointing them to Israel’s king. […]

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Podcast App for Android

I have been looking a great podcast app for Android for about two years. I have tried many but all fell short. It seemed that all the podcast I could find on iTunes were not on these apps. It would give me 85% of them. But after 5 apps I finally found the one that […]

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Joseph the Father of Jesus

There isn’t a lot in scripture about Joseph the Father of Jesus. We know his father was Jacob, he was a carpenter, and that he was a righteous man (1:19).  There are two of things we can learn about Joseph in Matthew’s gospel. First, he must have cared for Mary. I assume this was an arranged marriage and […]

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Smart Giving

Smart Giving by text  is a new way for people to give at church and is my favorite method. It allows you to give any amount desired by simply texting to an assigned number the amount you wish to give. Here is what I like about this method: I never have a check with me […]

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Three Movements in the Genealogies

Matthew has three movements in the genealogies that tell the story of Israel. Frederick Bruner in his commentary on Matthew does a beautiful job of pointing this out. The first group of 14 tell us how Israel began. Abraham was promised a son and that a great nation would come from his seed. Israel comes […]

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4 Women in Jesus’ Genealogy

Matthew’s genealogies include 4 women in Jesus’ genealogy that may have surprised a Jewish audience. They are all women and they were not the matriarchs one would be proud of to include. We would not be shocked to read of Sarah, Rebekkah, or Rachel. But instead we read of: Tamar, a Canaanite, who played the […]

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Genealogy of Jesus

This last year I have been studying through the book of Matthew. Since then, I have been having a love affair with this gospel. My goal is to begin a series for each Monday to briefly highlight some of the things I have been discovering. Today I begin with the genealogies. Matthew is writing an […]

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The One Thing

A couple of years ago I heard a lesson by Andy Stanley on Nehemiah called “This One Thing”. It is a great lesson. It comes from Nehemiah’s determination to rebuild the wall of Jerusalem. No matter what his opponents from the outside or the inside were doing he was determined to do this one thing. […]

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Christians, Rick Warren, and Social Media

My heart was saddened by the news that Rick Warren’s son Matthew, who struggled with mental illness and depression, succumbed to the illness and took his life. This news reminded me of one of my Bible professors who shared his struggle and fate. I have had other friends who have struggled with depression and those […]

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Rules for Guest Speakers (Part 2)

Rule #2 Understand Your Topic In the last post I discussed the need to stay on topic as a guest speaker. But equally important is to understand your topic. If you have been a guest speaker you have been given a topic that was vague. “We want you to speak on Daniel.” Wonderful do you […]

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