Worry Or Worship?

Dealing With A Common Issue

Gavin Rodgers | Sun, 2nd Jan 2022

As we start off a new year continuing our series in Matthew we come to Jesus' teaching on one of the most relevant topics for today's society. Why do we worry so much? What is it that makes worry a natural response for us as people?


Jesus clearly saw this as a big issue for believers and gives us some clear guidelines for dealing with worry. How will you react to hardships in 2022 with worry or with worship?


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Matthew 59:29-6:12
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Jesus miraculously provides for thousands of people through some loaves and fish, but haven't we heard this before? Simon talks about the reason for this second miracle and why Jesus warns his disciples against yeast!


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8th May 2022

Jesus never misses an opportunity to teach his disciples something about his good news. Here it's through a desperate woman who sees Jesus for who he really is!


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As we come to two of the most well-known and widely spoken about miracles in the Gospels we see a common problem with the disciples. On both occasions, they fix their eyes on the problem in front of them rather than on Jesus.


Gavin Rodgers
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Herod and John
Matthew 14: 1-14
24th Apr 2022

From the outside it can look like Herod is the successful one compared to John. There is much for us to learn from this account!

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