Marty Solomon wraps up The Seven Woes by talking about the blood of the prophets, inviting us to consider that self-righteousness may be one of the worst kinds of evil.
As we study Jesus’s words to the Pharisees in Matthew 23, Aaron Couch reminds us that even the things we do in secret have a significant effect on those around us.
Looking at Matthew 23:25–26, Aaron Couch reminds us that there is no condemnation in Christ, and challenges us to be changed from the inside out, instead of faking our outward appearance.
Aaron Couch begins by casting vision on where we’re going as a church, then dives into the implications of what it looks like to strain a gnat while swallowing a camel.
Continuing The Seven Woes, Josh Gray looks at the second woe in Matthew 23, reminding us that the primary goal of following Jesus lies not in making others more like us, but helping others become more like Him.
Launching our new series, Aaron Couch looks at the first woe of Matthew 23, inviting us to consider the ways in which our fears or our desire to be right might be deterring the Kingdom of God.