Intern Hunter Quinn continues his series in Matthew where Jesus explains how sexual sins in adultery and unlawful divorce have roots deeper than what is outwardly visible. From this we are reminded of our dire and continual need for the Gospel, forgiveness, and sanctification in Christ.
Are you a murderer? The seemingly obvious answer to this question for most people is “no”, but in Matthew 5, Jesus points out that the definition of murder in God’s eyes goes beyond a physical act. Intern Hunter Quinn, in his continuing exposition of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, reminds us that we are all murderers in need of God’s mercy and that such mercy is readily found at the cross.
What meaning does Old Testament law have for the modern Christian? Is it relevant at all, or can we safely ignore the rules and regulations that applied to the Jews? Intern Hunter Quinn deals with these and other questions that arise as he continues to preach through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5.
Intern Hunter Quinn continues his series in Matthew as Jesus instructs his disciples about the persecutions the faithful can expect as well as the duty of Christ’s followers to serve as a shining gospel light in the darkness around them.
Summer intern Hunter Quinn brings us gospel truth from Matthew 5, where we learn what true repentance really entails and the effect it should have on our lives as Christians.
Intern Hunter Quinn brings us the gospel from Romans 8 with a reminder of the great inheritance God has given us and how, by his Spirit, we are to live in response to that gift.