Trusting Jesus In The Midst of a Skeptical Crowd


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This week (4/5/2006) we talk about three vignettes from Matthew 9. In the stories, the experts decide that Jesus is immoral (a blasphemer), ridiculous (they laugh at him), and that there must be another explanation for his miracles (he is a pawn of Satan).

These are the same reasons that many mistrust Jesus today–he is a ridiculous figure of dubious morality and there is surely some other explanation for his purported miracles. But in each story, a person or a small group of people demonstrated their faith by asking Jesus for help and they learn that hehas the power to bring forgiveness, health, life, and freedom. He did it then and He can do it now.

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MP3 Length: 23:19
MP3 Size: 9 MB