“Jesus Tells All” sounds like the title of a supermarket checkout line tabloid. While it’s true that all of Scriptures testify about our Lord Jesus, the account of the Transfiguration from the Matthew 17 is the perfect way to end the Epiphany season.
The Savior’s Sermon
The Savior’s Sermon is Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount! The Sermon on the Mount starts with the beatitudes. Every beatitude all begin with blessed.
Jesus Appears as The Fisher of Men
In our text from the Gospel of Matthew this morning Jesus Appears as the Fisher of Men. Now if you check out our children’s message from this morning, you’ll see that not everyone knows about fishing – of any kind!
Jesus Appears as the Lamb of God
When Jesus appears as the Lamb of God, not everyone noticed. John the Baptist was privy to direct revelation from God to learn who Jesus was. How did you find God?
A Savior for All Nations
A savior for all nations? Yes, it’s true! The wise men were excited! The Bible expresses this. When they saw the star, they were overjoyed. Look! The star! As stars shine brightest against a black sky, so we experience the greatest joy against the sorrow that may come in our lives.
The veiled gospel that the Apostle Paul was talking about isn’t difficult to find or understand. It is veiled by the god of this world – the devil. There are many different angles of attack for him. In our message this Sunday we looked at the causes of spiritual blindness and how God reveals the light of salvation.