This is the second of two messages in which Matthew 24 is explored. Jesus taught that His own generation would not pass away until the first part of this chapter was fulfilled.
Some have said that Matthew 24 is the most difficult chapter in the entire Bible. This is the first of two messages in which an attempt is made to try to make sense of this difficult chapter.
Others may boast of themselves, of their work, of their success, of their writings, but the Holy Spirit will not allow you to do any such thing, and if you begin it...
If we get our minds off of ourselves and get our minds on our brother's and sisters, and especially our minds in worship on the Lord Jesus Christ...
You can't walk by faith when you're trying to walk by sight and hold on to where you are and who you are.
We see that the life of faith is not easy, but one of dying to that which is dear to us and entrusting ourselves to the Lord.
Futility of mind is when a man is forever and always trying to figure out how to be happy, while he is an enemy of God.
As we learn to not trust in our own ability, we then constantly live on the reality of Christ living His life in us. That is, the just shall live by faith, as we look unto Jesus.
Paul said, "The God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet." One of the ways this happens is by us trusting the LORD in prayer and praying in a way that is dangerous to the devil.
I knew that God had forgiven me and cleansed me and saved me for Jesus' sake.
Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.
In Ephesians 4, Paul calls us to learn of Jesus Christ and to be taught how to speak through beholding Him.
The last portion of Matthew 25 is not a parable, but an actual description of Judgement Day.