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Matthew 26:30-46 | Picture Jesus, In the Garden

Gospel of Matthew: The Upside Down Kingdom

February 11, 2018 • Kevin Bailey

The garden of Gethsemane is a key moment for us to see Jesus as “sent” for a purpose and simultaneously that he is a man who struggles with the weight of obedience. When we struggle with the weight of obedience we should look at the garden and see the importance of Jesus’ battle with obedience.

Matthew Recap

Gospel of Matthew: The Upside Down Kingdom • March 11, 2018 • Bert Alcorn

Jesus is the culmination and fulfillment of God’s promises and history with the world. Jesus brings God’s heavenly kingdom to earth and invites his disciples into a new way of life through his death and resurrection. Now, we must ask, what does it mean to live in his kingdom? Key Texts: Matthew 1:22; Matthew 5:1-2; Matthew 7:24, 28–29; Matthew 4:17; Matthew 4:23-35; Matthew 12:14; Matthew 28:18; Isaiah 10:33-11:10; Matthew 1:23; Matthew 28:20; Genesis 3:8; Exodus 25:8; 29:45-46; Leviticus 26:11-12; Revelation 21:1-4

Matthew 28:16-20 | Jesus Sends

Gospel of Matthew: The Upside Down Kingdom • March 11, 2018 • Bert Alcorn

Jesus’ great commission is a culmination of his ministry with the disciples and an invitation to them and to future generations of the church to engage in the work of God’s Kingdom invading the domain of darkness to rescue people into salvation. Key Texts: Ephesians 2:1-10; Matthew 4:17; Matthew 4:18-22; Matthew 28:16-20; Romans 10:9-15; Mark 16:14-15; John 20:21

Matthew 28:1-15 | Jesus Lives

Gospel of Matthew: The Upside Down Kingdom • March 4, 2018 • Bert Alcorn

The empty tomb and the risen Jesus is the basis of our faith. Matthew 28:1–15; Matthew 16:21, 17:22-23, 20:17-19; 1 Corinthians 15:14-19; Matthew 27:62-66; Matthew 12:38-40; John 2:19-22; Genesis 3:14-15; Mark 1:24; Hebrews 2:14; 1 John 3:8; 1 Corinthians 15:24; Colossian 2:15; Romans 1:1-4; Romans 4:24-25; 1 Corinthians 15:15-17