February 14


Teaching them to observe ALL things,…. All ordinances, not only baptism, but the Lord’s supper; all positive institutions, and moral duties; all obligations, both to God and men; all relative duties that respect the world, or one another, those that are without, and those that are within; and these are to be taught them, and therefore to be insisted on in the ministry of the word; and not merely in order that they may know them, and have the theory of them, but that they may put them into practice. ~ John Gill

Exodus 37:1-38:31
Matthew 28:1-20
Psalm 34:11-22
Proverbs 9:9-10

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Jesus Valentine

God’s Love


To You
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Valentine’s Day Loneliness – Audio Tracts


New Testament

The Empty Tomb

The Empty Tomb

He is not here, for he has risen, as he said. Come, see the place where he lay.
~ Matthew 28:6

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe ALL that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
~ Matthew 28:19-20

Jesus didn’t say to go and teach what you think is right, He said to teach the word of God, the Bible. The Bible is the Word of God, so don’t leave anything out or add anything..


Biblical Christianity is all about truth. God’s objective revelation (the Bible) interpreted rationally yields divine truth in perfectly sufficient measure. Everything we need to know for life and godliness is there for us in Scripture (2 Peter 1:3). God wrote only one book — the Bible. It contains all the truth God intended us to order our spiritual lives by. We don’t need to consult any other source for spiritual or moral principles to govern our lives. Scripture is not only wholly truth; it is also the highest standard of all truth – the rule by which all truth claims must be measured.  ~ John MacArthur


The Resurrection
The Report of the Guard
The Great Commission

Overview: Matthew 14 – 28 – Click Here


Grace to You

Grace to You


Listen to John MacArthur on today’s scripture below:


Our primary responsibility is summed up in one verb here in this passage in Matthew 28:19, “make disciples,” and then the breadth of it, “of all the nations.” That is the primary reason the church is here. If we were saved for fellowship, then we would be taken to heaven, where fellowship is perfect. If we were saved for praise and worship, we would be taken to heaven, where praise and worship is unhindered and perfect. If we were saved for the sake of teaching and training and knowledge and wisdom, we should be taken to heaven, where knowledge is perfect.

The reason we are left here is in order that we might make disciples of all the nations. That is our God-given priority as a church. Jesus came, the Bible says, to seek and save the lost, and we have the same task, to seek and bring salvation to the lost. This is what it means to make disciples. The verb is mathēteusate. It simply means to make a disciple, to make a learner, to make a follower of Jesus Christ. That’s what we are to do. ~ John MacArthur





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