Be Christ Focused

The Use of the Old Testament
by the Gospel Writers

The four canonical gospels—Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John—each provide a unique and harmonious testimony to the identity of Jesus as the Son of God and the promised Messiah through the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies. Together, they offer a comprehensive and compelling portrait of Jesus, affirming His divine nature and His central role in God's redemptive plan. The following outlines will prove useful to the teaching ministry:

Matthew's Gospel

Mark's Gospel

Luke's Gospel

John's Gospel

Through their combined testimony, believers are invited to recognize and embrace Jesus as the ultimate fulfillment of God's redemptive plan, the true Messiah, and the source of eternal life.

[July 11, 2024]

Prophecy and Fulfilment

The Ministry of Death Cannot Save Sinners

The laws of Moses, also known as the Mosaic Law, hold a significant place in religious history. Given to the Israelites, these laws were intended to govern their moral, ceremonial, and civil life. However, despite their importance and comprehensive nature, these laws alone cannot change the human heart. This article explores why the laws of Moses, while foundational, fall short in bringing about internal transformation and highlights the necessity of faith, grace, and the Holy Spirit in achieving true heart change. Read more...

[July 9, 2024]

Teaching Series

The first of Twenty-Seven videos gleaned from Todd Braye's excellent published work in First Thessalonians

"What is a sermon? Great question! At some basic level, a sermon is a verbal event in a specific place, at a certain time, and for a particular congregation." — Todd Braye