In Pastor Chuck Swindoll’s message on Matthew 9:14–34, get a heightened sense of wonder about the divinity of Jesus, the God-man who walked among us to demonstrate how the true King of the universe uses His authority for our good.
Do you ever struggle to understand how the Old and New Testaments fit together? If we think of the Old Testament as pages of promise, then how does the New Testament complete and fulfil God’s plan for us?
No fulfilment can surpass Jesus Christ, who burst onto the scene—and eventually left it—in a most dramatic and unexpected fashion. Learn what each of the four Gospels—Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John—teaches us about Jesus, and be encouraged by the first Christians who boldly proclaimed the name of Christ in the book of Acts. In reading the New Testament you’ll discover at the centre of your hope stands a person—One who has come and One who will come again.
We know that Matthew was an apostle and the author of the Gospel that bears his name. Chuck Swindoll describes Matthew’s unsavoury background and how Jesus successfully called him into a new life.
It’s not a pleasant topic to dwell on, but Scripture makes it clear that the demon world is real. Insidious evil spirits are working overtime to destroy lives! Chuck Swindoll explains what demons can and cannot do to Christians and how to guard against their power.
Many Christians describe themselves as “followers of Jesus.” But Chuck Swindoll delivers a warning: it’s not enough to follow Jesus, you also have to do it right.
Jesus was certainly a great teacher. But He was not just a great teacher! Chuck Swindoll draws our attention to some snapshots in the Gospel of Matthew that reveal Christ’s power.
Near the end of His famous Sermon on the Mount, a leper approached Jesus and asked for physical healing. What can we learn from this spontaneous encounter between deity and disease? Can we apply these principles today? Chuck Swindoll answers those questions and more.
Join Pastor Chuck Swindoll in this final sermon on Jesus’ iconic teaching, so you can live with the confidence of the wise builder—firm upon the foundation of God and strong amid the storms.
Jesus couldn’t have cared less about being politically correct at the expense of spiritual truth, and His statements in Matthew 7:13–23 reveal just that!
Not everyone is ready to hear spiritual truth, so we need to discern our audience. All people share divinely endowed dignity, so we should do to others as we would have them do to us.
Preaching on Matthew 7:1–5, Pastor Chuck Swindoll directs our attention to Jesus’ teaching on judging to help us rid ourselves of a biting, critical spirit so we can truly restore others in a spirit of love and acceptance.