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What Went Ye Out For to See

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Jesus asked three times, “What went ye out for to see?” “For to see” is old English meaning, “For what purpose did you go into the wilderness?” The question refers to their motives—“Why did you go into the wilderness to hear John?”

This is a good question for us to consider. “What went ye out for to see?” Why are you here today? God is more interested why you came to church today, than the fact you are sitting here. God is concerned more about the AIM in you coming than the ACT of you coming to church.

Consecration through Crucifixion

Every person falls somewhere between the point of confusion and consecration in respect to their identity in Christ Jesus. My prayer is that the Holy Spirit will move you towards a sincere understanding of what the Apostle Paul meant by, “I am crucified with Christ” (Galatians 2:20). The believers throughout the region of Galatia struggled […]

Rejoicing in Jubilee!


The Jubilee was incredible this year! The Holy Spirit swept conviction across the Sanctuary throughout the past week. We encourage you to rehearse the blessings of Jubilee by watching the messages over and over again. Please share these messages with your friends and family on social media. No doubt, there’s something for everyone.  CLICK HERE to access […]

Job’s Confession


Partial Outline: FULL PDF HERE Job 42:1-6 If the book of Job were written by a man, instead of by divine inspiration, man would have concluded the book with God explaining to Job why he suffered. But that is not the main issue of the book. The purpose of the Book of Job was two- fold: (1) To […]

Why Callest Thou Me Good?

A certain rich young ruler came to Jesus and asked, “Good Master, what shall I do, that I may inherit eternal life?” To his credit, he realized three things every person needs to face sooner or later.

1. Death is not the end. After death is the judgment.

2. Eternal life is something you have or don’t have (1 John 5:12).

3. Eternal life must be acquired before you die.

Jesus responded to his question with another question, “Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is God.” Strange response. Let’s consider Christ’s question to this young man.

Have Ye Not Read?

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We came across this question before when dealing with Jesus’ teaching on marriage and the Sabbath. Jesus asked this question several times.

“Have ye not read what David did…” (Mt. 12:3 cf. 1 Sam. 21).

“Or have ye not read in the law…” (Mt. 12:5 cf. Num. 28).
“Have ye not read, that he which made them…” (Mt. 19:4 cf. Gen. 1).

“Yea; have ye never read, Out of the mouth of babes…” (Mt. 21:16 •cf. Ps. 8:2).

Divine Frustration-How Long?

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“…how long shall I be with you? how long shall I suffer you?”

Matthew 17:1-21 (text: v. 17)

This is a question Jesus asked out of frustration. Frustration is an emotion and expression of an unfulfilled expectation. Jesus had reason to expect His disciples to have faith, yet in spite of all the miracles they witnessed, they were still faithless at times.