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The Exiled King Will Return

Matthew 2:16-18

by Alan Sherban

As Israel was exiled and would return, so the Messiah King was exiled from Israel in Herod's fury only to return again. And thus mourning is replaced with joy.

Faithful Israel Will Come From Egypt

Matthew 2:13-15

by Alan Sherban

The circumstances surrounding Jesus' rescue from the fury of Herod demonstrate the faithfulness of God and the faithfulness of Joseph, and present the child Jesus as Faithful Israel who would be the shining manifestation of God's glory on earth.

Bethlehem Produces the Shepherd Ruler

Matthew 2:1-12

by Alan Sherban

God's purpose of having man rule successfully over the earth will be completed only in the person of his Son, Jesus Christ. Matthew presents this man, Jesus, as the shepherd-ruler from Bethlehem - the greater David.

Immanuel Assumes David's Throne

Matthew 1:18-25

by Alan Sherban

Five Reasons Why Jesus is the Messiah, Part 1 of 5: Matthew records five distinct narrative accounts; each of which are vital to his argument of showing how Jesus is the fulfillment of what the Old Testament proclaimed the Messiah would be. This first story defends Jesus as the God-man who is heir to the Throne of David.

Three Truths Concerning the Birth of Christ

Matthew 1:16-17

by Alan Sherban

In his Gospel account, Matthew presents Jesus of Nazareth as God, as man, and as the one whom we all must regard to be the Christ.

God Accomplishes His Purposes

Matthew 1:2-17

by Alan Sherban

God accomplishes all that he intends - not just in spite of our sin and human brokenness, but actually through such means.

God Keeps His Promises

Matthew 1:2-17

by Alan Sherban

This passage holds three generational sections where we see God's chosen people wandering, failing, and hardening. Today, whether we wander, fail, or harden, Christ is gracious and will forgive all who come to him in repentance and faith.

The Long-Expected Jesus

Matthew 1:1

by Alan Sherban

Jesus is the fulfillment of Scripture, being the Messiah for whom Israel long waited. Matthew introduces this reality by telling us that Jesus makes all things new, that he saves his people, and that he does the will of God as His anointed.

Grace Will Lead Us Home - Part 1

1 Peter 5:12

by Alan Sherban

Paul opens and closes all his attributed epistles with a hope for his readers to know the grace that is theirs in the Word of God, just as Peter proclaims in his first epistle as well.

Four Truths to Prepare for the Return of Christ

1 Thessalonians 5:1-11

Installation Service

Isaiah 6:1-10

by Mike Riccardi

The Pure Gospel

Romans 4:22-25

by Alan Sherban

Four Fingerprints of Faith

Romans 4:13-21

by Alan Sherban

Justifying Faith

Romans 4:1-12

by Alan Sherban