Jesus, The Object of Our Faith (Matthew 17:14-23)

Phill Howell, September 8, 2019
Part of the The Gospel According to Matthew series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

This week's message comes from a story when Jesus, Peter, James and John come down the mountain after the transfiguration. Once they come down there is a great crowd and in that crowd is a man who is pleading for help. This man's son is sick and afflicted by a demon. As we work through this story we learn about faith and what it means to trust in Jesus. The outline of the message is: 1) The Disability; 2) The Disciples; and 3) The Deliverer.

Scripture Readings:
Romans 10:9-17
Lamentations 3:1-20

Tags: Death, Deliverance, Demons, Disciples, Faith, Gospels, Healing, Hope, Matthew, New Testament, Resurrection, Sickness, Spiritual Warfare, Suffering, Trust

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