Monthly Archives: September 2022

Sunday Sermon Notes: September 25, 2022

Matthew 24:35-51 Unlike the section we’ve been studying, the last part of chapter 24 is not difficult to understand as long as we remember to keep it in its proper context. As we discovered back at the beginning, verse 34 … Continue reading

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Sunday Sermon Notes: September 18, 2022

Matthew 24:5-15 So much has been written of this passage! It’s kind of troubling, isn’t it? Wars, rumors of wars, famines, earthquakes… what does it all mean? Surely this is talking of the present day. Surely, we need to worry … Continue reading

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Sunday Sermon Notes: September 11, 2022

Today’s Text: Matt. 24:29,34,35, 36 How many questions did they ask in Matthew 24:3? No interpretation of this text will succeed until we determine how many questions the disciples actually asked in Matt. 24:3. In simply looking at the question, … Continue reading

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Sunday Sermon Notes: September 4, 2022

A brief Introduction to the Olivet Discourse: Matthew 24-25 Any time you are engaged in Bible study, you must ask yourself the following questions. I’ve included the answers for this text: Who is speaking?    Jesus (and his disciples in v. … Continue reading

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