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Sermons on Matthew

Below you’ll find a library of sermons using Matthew as a primary text. Other Bible texts in addition to Matthew may be used in each sermon as well. All of the sermons on Preaching.com represent some of the best preaching in the world today. We pray you’ll find these to be a helpful resource in your own preaching and teaching.
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  • David Jeremiah
    (November 2014)
    Taken from 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, this sermon seeks to persuade listeners not to waste a single moment more waiting to follow Christ.
  • Jonathan Spurlock
    (October 2014)
    Jesus possesses healing in His touch and commands.
  • Victor Pentz
    (September 2014)
    Was Judas misunderstood? Purely evil? Or just like us?
  • Jonathan Spurlock
    (June 2014)
    Christ followers are endowed with the ministry of reconciliation. We are charged with making amends and living peacably with one another.
  • Dr. Bob Segress
    (April 2014)
    In what spirit do you receive confessions from your Christian siblings? Do you ever judge them more or less harshly due to a different type of sin from what you've known personally? The playing field was leveled at the cross.
  • Stephen Rummage
    (March 2014)
    Matthew 28:18-20: What has a change of heart meant for you? For the people to whom you preach?
  • Jonathan Spurlock
    (December 2013)
    Is your knowledge of Christ about Him, or is it personal and relational? This passage comes from the final words of Jesus’ “Sermon on the Mount” in Matthew 5—7.
  • Matt Chandler
    (October 2013)
    Are you humble in your pursuits? Do you strive after the things of this world? Or do you seek God, His will, the cross and Christ's good pleasure?
  • Jonathan Spurlock
    (June 2013)
    Without a doubt we will have struggles and suffer temptations in this world, and we'll frequently fall prey to Satan's attacks. However, Jesus has prayed and is praying for us, that though we be sifted as wheat as was Peter, God would use that sifting to strengthen our resolve that we might strengthen others.
  • Demarquis Lamar Johnson
    (March 2013)
    God uses the foolishness of this world to achieve the most reasonable ends for His children, which is why losing may not make much sense to us and still be the best thing God could intend to have happen to us.
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