sermon: “The Messiah’s Gentile Grace” from Nathan Wagner

Nathan Wagner - June 28, 2020

The Messiah's Gentile Grace

Are you more likely to focus on God's gracious provision in your life or one what you wish you had? In an often forgotten narrative, four thousand Gentiles received food from Jesus while the Jewish religious leaders requested signs instead of seeing the signs Jesus did. Pastor Nate explains how Matthew 15:32-16:12 points us to receive His abundant amazing grace instead of focusing on unanswered prayer.

ScriptureĀ references: Matthew 15:32-39, Matthew 16:1-12

from series: "Matthew: Promised Messiah"

Matthew presents Jesus as the promised Messiah to fulfill the promises God made to the Jews. In this series we see the relevance of God's fulfillment of prophecy and Jesus as the Messiah for our lives today.

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