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Anderson looks at Matthew 5, and the roles of light and salt. He explores whether his audience believe that they have been called to serve on campus, and their motivations for being on campus. Anderson details the importance of knowing the campus, both the geographical layout and the culture. He talks about his experience of student ministry on campus in America.


Nagel looks at why we look for meaning in our lives and history, and that we can find meaning in life because of Jesus' death and resurrection. Nagel shows that Jesus knows he will suffer and die because he knows his scriptures. Nagel shows that Jesus is innocent and the accusers know it, and that we know that we are guilty. Nagel explores the titles that are given to Jesus in Matthew 26 and 27.


Stott speaks on Matthew 7:13-14. He shows that there are two kinds of people and two ways of living, but that only one leads to life. Stott shows that there are also two crowds, based on which gate we enter. He examines that there are two roads, including the destruction of the wide road, and the joy of the narrow road. Stott contrasts the two gates.


First half of the third session in a series by Dr Thielicke for group and individual study. Designed for study in a style similar to the Swedish method. Thielicke speaks on Matthew 15:21-28. He addresses having assurance of faith even when God seems to be silent, especially in the case of Christ's death. Session 3 part 1


Second half of the third session in a series by Dr Thielicke for group and individual study. Designed for study in a style similar to the Swedish method. Thielicke speaks on Matthew 15:21-28. He addresses having a hungering heart and whether a hungerig heart can pass by Jesus. Session 3 part 2


Bible. Matthew - Criticism, interpretation, etc.


(1) Mathew 18:32-35 'Then his lord, after that he had called him, said unto him, O thou wicked servant, I forgave thou all that left...' Theme: Duty of forgiveness. Considers the extent, reasonableness and necessity of Christian forgiveness. 5pp., incomplete. (2) Luke 16:8 'And the lord commended the unjust steward because he had done wisely; for the children of this world are in their generation wiser than the children of light.' Theme: Belief. Considers the wisdom of the unjust steward and the folly of God's children. Advises the congregation to choose God as Lord and Master. 7pp., complete.

Matthew 15:28 'Then Jesus answered and said unto her, O woman, great is thy faith: be it unto thee even as thou wilt. And her daughter was made whole from that very hour.' Theme: Faith and Prayer. Describes the disposition and conduct of this distressed 'heathen', her love and faith, and Jesus behaviour toward her. Concludes with an exposition on Prayer and faith. 12pp., complete.

Mathew 23:37 'O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how often would Ihave gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not!' Theme: God's treatment of the faithful. Considers Christ's compassion and warning against sin by his Providence and words, and the obstinancy of man in accepting false refuges and prefering temporal and carnal pleasures to spiritual and eternal ones. Exhorts the congregation to accept Christ before it is too late. 14pp., complete.

Mathew 26:63-66 '...And the High Priest answered and said unto him, I adjure thee by the living God, that thou tell us whether thou be the Christ, the son of God.' Theme: Sacrifice of Jesus. Considers the Jewish Governors prejudice, the confession and sentence of Christ. Attends to the history in a way of spiritual improvement. Urges the congregation to consider what Christ suffered and accept him because of this. 11pp., complete.

Mathew 25:33-36 '...Then shall the king say unto them on his right hand, come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world...' Theme: Eternity. Consideration and explanation of the happiness experienced with the knowledge that a future state exists, and the rewards and punishments to be experienced in that State. Concludes with an exhortation on the experiences of sinners and believers after death. 13pp., complete.

Mathew 25:35-40 'For I was enhungred, and ye gave me meat...' Theme: Charity. Explains the need to take into account principles, conduct and activity in doing good. Considers the proper exercises of Christian Benevolence, their acceptability to Jesus and their importance to ourselves. Urges the congregation to show benevolence and compassion to a charity collection for the Benevolent Asylum.14pp., complete.

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