The Commission of the Messiah Aug. 25, 2019

from Focusing on Messiah in the Book of Matthew· ·

After His resurrection, Jesus meets His disciples in Galilee as He had told them prior to His death. Jesus has already revealed Himself a multitude of times prior to this moment; yet "some are still doubtful." The disciples are so much like we are. We see the working of God and yet quickly begin doubting again. What does the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Messiah, mean to us as individuals? On the basis of the authority which Jesus has had since before the creation of the world, He sends out His disciples to make disciples of all nations. However, before …



After His resurrection, Jesus meets His disciples in Galilee as He had told them prior to His death. Jesus has already revealed Himself a multitude of times prior to this moment; yet "some are still doubtful." The disciples are so much like we are. We see the working of God and yet quickly begin doubting again. What does the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Messiah, mean to us as individuals? On the basis of the authority which Jesus has had since before the creation of the world, He sends out His disciples to make disciples of all nations. However, before you can make disciples, you must yourself BE a disciple! Who are you truly a disciple of? Whose words do you tend to quote most often? Whose words and messages do spend the most time reading, meditating on, and sharing? This message was presented on August 25, 2019 by David Hayes.