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Jesus’ Conception of Himself and His Mission – Part 2

Posted by Harrison on July 23, 2011
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Jesus’ Conception of Himself and His Mission – Part 2

Sermon Notes of
Reverend Harvey Alford Matney
(1868 – 1951)
March 28, 1926 – Glenwood UMC (Tyler), Texas

Introduction

Jesus never demanded anyone worship or accept Him. He came to the door and knocked, but never kicked the door down. He did the will of God for His life – healing the sick, walking in love and teaching people how the Kingdom of God operates. He would often tell people that had been delivered to “tell no man.” But His fame spread nonetheless.

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Jesus’ Conception of Himself and His Mission – Part 1

Posted by Harrison on July 23, 2011
Posted in Sermons  | Tagged With: , ,

Jesus’ Conception of Himself and His Mission – Part 1

Sermon Notes of
Reverend Harvey Alford Matney
(1868 – 1951)
March 14, 1926 – Glenwood UMC (Tyler), Texas

Introduction

A major challenge Jesus faced during His time on earth was appealing to the many competing views on the Messiah’s purpose. Jesus came to do God’s will for His life and demonstrate God’s love to the world. For many, a loving, healing, problem-solving, burden-bearing, sin-removing Savior was not what was expected.

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