Matthew 5:43-48 This is a passage that many have heard. But it goes even further in-depth than we might see at first. Listen below to hear more from God’s Word in Pastor Gabe’s message!
The Sermon on the Mount This is a repost due to technical issues with the original upload. Click below to listen!
Matthew 5:38-42 We were blessed to hear from Michael TenBarge, a pastoral intern at Calvary Englewood, this past Sunday. This marked our final message from Matthew for a few months, as we take a pause in that series for the summer to spend time in the Psalms and Ruth together. While retaliation may not seem […]
Matthew 5:21-26 Last week, we heard about how Jesus came to fulfill the law. What does He then say about different aspects of the law? What does it mean to not murder? It is more complex than it seems! Listen below to hear more.
Matthew 5:17-20 What does it mean when Jesus says He came to fulfill the law? What law is he talking about? Listen below to hear Pastor Adam go through Matthew 5:17-20 and help us understand what Jesus means. We will find that there are two aspects to what Jesus says. First, we must value the […]
Matthew 5:14-16 Jesus uses two telling metaphors for Christians here: we are the light of the world as a city on a hill and as a lamp on a stand. This is an important concept to grasp! As Christians, we are to embrace our identity as light and shine in a way that: doesn’t hide […]
Matthew 5:13 “Salt of the earth” is a phrase that is often used in Christian circles. But what does it really mean? Slat is used as a preservative as well as flavor. So why would Jesus say that His followers are to be “salt” to this world? Listen below to hear more!
Matthew 5:10-12 Our study of the Beatitudes has contained a number of “popular” and positive themes: peace, righteousness, and purity, to name a few. But what about vv. 10-12, where Jesus talks about persecution. Why would he add this to the picture He has painted of true human flourishing? Listen below as Pastor Gabe opens […]
Matthew 5:9 We are continuing with our series through the Beatitudes by looking at Matthew 5:9. Here, Jesus teaches us, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” What does this mean for us today, when our world seems so far removed from anything that might be seen as “peace”? How […]
Matthew 5:8 Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We spent Sunday continuing in our study of the Beatitudes of Matthew 5. Being pure in heart means many different things, but the origin of our purity is in Christ alone. Listen below to hear more!