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|The Cross as the Work of God|
The Cross is both the work of God (what he has done), and the revelation of God, because it shows us what he is like.
When we understand it, we stop putting ourselves at the centre of Christianity, and discover the truth about ourselves and about God.
What else should be at the heart of all our preaching?
This is the first of three talks given at the 2001 Senior Ministers Conference by David Short on the doctrine of the Cross.
|Summer Wives Conference 2011|
Audio archive from the Summer Ministers Wives conference, held from 4th-7th July 2011.
This collection includes:
|Matthew 23:23-28||"Clean on the Inside" - David Jackman|
This sermon was preached as part of a series of 10 talks on some often neglected but extremely important teachings of Jesus.
|Matthew 14:13-21||"Multiplied Resources" - David Jackman||FREE|
|Matthew 23:1-12||"For show or for real?" - Peter Baker||FREE|
|Matthew 13||The first of three expositions on Matthew 13 by Mike Neville, given at the Spring Wives Conference 2006.||FREE|
|Matthew 13||The second of three expositions on Matthew 13 by Mike Neville, given at the Spring Wives Conference 2006.||FREE|
|Matthew 13||The third of three expositions by Mike Neville, given at the Spring Wives Conference 2006.||FREE|
|Teaching Matthew||David Jackman and William Phillip
Matthew's Gospel is a substantial book to consider teaching through as a whole. It may seem daunting to the preacher, but because there are such rich seams of theology, and so much teaching from the mouth of the Lord Jesus himself, it is a wonderful treasure-trove. This book is primarily designed to help and encourage Bible teachers, and stimulate study with a view to teaching Matthew's message.
|Instruction On Matthew|
One of the great and often forgotten themes of Jesus' teaching is that of the Kingdom of God. In these five lectures, David Jackman examines this theme, and its importance to understanding the Gospel of Matthew, and understanding Jesus himself
In particular we see Jesus as the great teacher, who reveals by his words and his works the mind and the purposes of God. Even when he leaves us, he leaves us with the command not only to make disciples, but to teach them, until he returns to establish his great kingdom for all eternity.