Musing Through Matthew- Just Plain Jesus

Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:57 and the theme of Jesus the king. In today’s study we find the people see Him as just plain Jesus. They were offended because there is no glitter, bells, and whistles to His ministry. He has no hype to Him, why He’s just Jesus from Nazareth . He says that I am a prophet without honor in my home. I fear we miss a lot of God’s men with the message because there is not much sparkle to them. Let us be careful not to miss what God sends our way. The plain Jesus may be passing by today listen for Him.

Musing Through Matthew- Just Plain Jesus

Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:57 and the theme of Jesus the king. In today’s study we find the people see Him as just plain Jesus. They were offended because there is no glitter, bells, and whistles to His ministry. He has no hype to Him, why He’s just Jesus from Nazareth . He says that I am a prophet without honor in my home. I fear we miss a lot of God’s men with the message because there is not much sparkle to them. Let us be careful not to miss what God sends our way. The plain Jesus may be passing by today listen for Him.

Musing Through Matthew- A Mere Nobody

Let us muse again today Matthew 13:55-56 and the theme of Jesus the king. In our text today we find that Jesus is looked upon as a mere nobody. Why He’s just a carpenter son, His mother is just plain Mary, and He has brothers and sisters. He is a mere nobody. How does He know these things surely He didn’t learn them in a carpenter’s shop. When they put Him on this level they thought they were freeing  themselves from having to listen to Him, but oh how wrong they were.

Musing Through Matthew- Jesus Returns To His Hometown

Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:54 and the theme of Jesus the King. It is in this text we have the thought of Jesus return to His hometown. He teaches in the synagogue. Many were astonished at the truths He taught, while others questioned where did He get the ability to do these mighty works. Let us always remember it is never wrong to question truth but let it never be from a heart of unbelief for that is very dangerous.

Musing Through Matthew-Instructions From The Instructor

Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:52-53 and the theme of Jesus the king. In our text today we find instructions from the instructor. When we have been given instructions on the kingdom of heaven it is our obligation to become a householder and share that instruction with all that is around us. There will be fresh instructions as well as sharing the old truths that have been given in days gone by. Let us be teachers of His precious word. When Jesus was finished He departed, looking still for others to teach.

Musing Through Matthew- A Question Asked

Let us muse again today from Matthew 13:51 and the theme of Jesus the king. It is here a question is asked. Our Lord asked have you understood all these things. There has been seven parables taught and sobering truth about hell. They answer yea, Lord. Truth must be taken in and digested especially truth like this. I wonder how many then as well as now say yes, Lord and understand nothing about what they say. If one understands these truths it should cause major changes in the lifestyle that is lived.

Musing Through Matthew- The End Of The World

Let us muse again today from Matt 13:49-50 and the theme of Jesus the king. In the text for today we find some sobering words about the end of the world. Our Lord will send forth his messenger to sever between the wicked and the just. Spurgeon said the separation will be done, infallibly, quickly, fully, and finally. Those who think it will be annihilation and they will burn up better look at the verbs wailing and gnashing, both or ing verbs indicating a forever action. This punishment should alarm us to warn the wicked to flee the wrath to come.