Matthew 28: 16-20
This week, Scott Brooks finished the Matthew series in Matthew 28, showing how we carry out the Great Commission to go make disciples.
Matthew 28:16-20 Jesus has all authority. Nature and nations, kings and spiritual beings, sin and death – all bow to the will of Jesus. Scott Brooks preaches on Matthew 28:16-20, showing the power and implications in Jesus’ Great Commission.
It’s going to be hard. Life will get tougher. The bottom line is that we have hope in the fact that the resurrection actually and historically happened. In this sermon on Matthew 28, Scott Brooks gives a historical apology for the resurrection of Jesus Christ and explains some of the many implications in our lives when we realize the resurrection.
“My God, my God, why have You forsaken me?” These were some of Jesus’ final words on the cross. Why did Jesus ask this question? Scott Brooks answers this question with Scripture, diving into Matthew 27.
In this Mother’s Day sermon, Scott Brooks preaches on Matthew 26:30-35, 69-75, showing how when we repent, we step into a secure identity in Christ as forgiven sons and daughters as well as move into secure Christian community.
“You’re either a seller or a servant – there really is no in-between.” Scott Brooks preaches a sermon on Matthew 26:46-56.
Jesus knew that He would bear the wrath of God. In the first part of this mini series, Scott Brooks Preaches on Matthew 26.
You are forgiven. You are loved. You are known. That’s what you’re agreeing with when you come to the communion table.
Jesus talks the most about money than any other subject. Why? Because He knew that where your money is being spent is where the worship war is being waged.”
Scott brooks preached from Matthew 26:1-16, showing that Jesus is greater than any possession.
Jesus spent a great amount of His time showing how to have an eternal perspective. Scott Brooks preaches from Matthew 24:36-25 in the second part of this two-part miniseries.
Jesus spent a great amount of His time showing how to have an eternal perspective. Scott Brooks preaches from Matthew 24:36-25 in the first part of this two-part miniseries.
History confirms Jesus’ words, and we can take comfort in the authority of Christ. Scott Brooks preaches from Matthew 24:1-35.