Series: The Gospel of Matthew
February 14, 2021 | Paul Duppenthaler
Secondary joys and happiness are good and ultimately come from God as direct and indirect blessings. They only become a problem when they become more important than the joys and happiness we get from following Jesus. The assurance of salvation in Christ should always give us more joy and peace than the assurance that summer is going to come. The story of the Rich Young Ruler has much to teach us.
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Follow Along with the Message
In our continued study of Gospel of Matthew, we see how God’s promises in the Hebrew Scriptures to bring salvation to his people Israel and to the whole world are being fulfilled with the coming of Jesus the Messiah. Our response to this joyful news should be to go into all the world and make disciples of Jesus the Messiah.