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Matthew 26:38-56 Prog 107

Let’s continue in Matthew 26 at verse 36. The Lord Jesus is presented here in Matthew as one who is praying to His Father, asking that the cup of suffering the cross might be removed from Him. Jesus prayed for this removal only once. The next 2 times Jesus prayed, His prayer was to confirm His willingness to do the will of God. Dr. Mitchell points out that it is here in Jesus’ prayer in the garden of Gethsemane that the victory was won. Jesus went to the cross already knowing the battle had been won. In Hebrews 5:7 says that our Lord’s earnest prayers were heard by God who was able to save Him out of death. Jesus was assured of His resurrection after death. This was the joy that was set before Him. Here is Dr. Mitchell on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast.

25 MIN2 d ago
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Matthew 26:38-56 Prog 107

Matthew 26:31-38 Prog 106

Jesus announces the scattering of the disciples, His crucifixion and resurrection before being betrayed by Judas. Although Peter espoused his heartfelt determination to stay with Jesus, no matter what, Jesus spoke of Peter’s denial. Matthew next describes how Jesus took Peter, James and John and went apart from the other disciples inorder to pray. Dr. Mitchell brings out the circumstances of the sorrow which Jesus felt. Jesus said His soul was was very sorrowful, even to the point of death. Dr. Mitchell focuses our attention on the fact that Jesus poured out His soul even unto death. He shed His blood for you and me on the cross willingly. The blood of the Cross reconciles all who trust in Christ. Let’s join Dr. Mitchell in Matthew 26 vs 31 as he shares the Lord Jesus with us here on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast.

25 MIN3 d ago
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Matthew 26:31-38 Prog 106

Matthew 26:26-30 Prog 105

In the passage before us, Jesus eats the passover with His disciples. At this time our Lord institutes communion, the Lord’s supper as a memorial to Him for His death. The Lord’s supper is spoken of in 1Corinthians 11:26. The Apostle Paul writes that it is a memorial to the Savior Himself, and His death until He comes again. Dr. Mitchell brings out the distinct perspective that it is not the value that men place on the blood of Christ, but the value that God places on Jesus’ blood . The Scriptures witness to the numerous times the blood of Christ affects the life of the Christian. God’s value of His blood is of eternal importance. Do you and I value this eternal expenditure of Christ on the cross as God does? Here is Dr. Mitchell on the Unchanging Word Bible broadcast, Matt.26:26-30.

25 MIN6 d ago
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Matthew 26:26-30 Prog 105

Matthew 26:14-25 Prog 104

K_Intro_Mt_26_14-25_Prog_104.txt -60s -143 Words In Matthew 26:14-25, Matthew writes concerning one of his fellow disciples, Judas Iscariot who betrayed Jesus to the religious authorities. Judas negotiated with the religious leaders for a price to deliver Jesus to them. They settled on 30 pieces of silver. Dr. Mitchell shares, from Old Testament prophecy, how God was valued for 30 pieces of silver. Jesus announced to the disciples that one of them would betray Him. All of them answered with the words , Lord is it I? except Judas. He answered with the words, Rabbi, is it I? Judas related to Jesus as only a teacher. The 11 other disciples related to Jesus as Lord. Jesus the Lord is God. Interestingly, Judas was the treasurer rather than Matthew who had been a tax gatherer. Let’s join Dr. Mitchell on the Unchanging Word Bible broadcast, Matthew 26:14-25.

25 MIN1 w ago
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Matthew 26:14-25 Prog 104

Matthew 26:6-13 Prog 103

Having finished teaching His disciples, Jesus now proceeds toward the cross and the resurrection. In Mat.26:6-13, Matthew describes an incident which occurred in the house of Simon the leper in the village of Bethany. This happens two days before Jesus is crucified. During His time there, Jesus resolves a supposed conflict between the disciples and their misguided priority concerning the expenditure of costly perfume. They all deemed it a waste to anoint the savior with the expensive perfume. Jesus explained that this perfume was a pre burial anointing. He knew He was going to die and His betrayal was near at hand. The priority of value should be placed on Christ Himself. He should have first place in all things. He is worthy of our sacrifices. Join us on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast as Dr. Mitchell shares Jesus from Matthew 26:6-13.

25 MIN1 w ago
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Matthew 26:6-13 Prog 103

Matthew 25:41 - 26:5 Prog 102

We continue in Matthew 25 where Jesus speaks of the judgment of the nations. This judgment is based on the evidence of how the nations treated the believing Jewish brethren during the great tribulation. This judgment occurs after our Lord has returned to the earth to reign in His kingdom. In Mat.25:41-46, Jesus next judges the goats on His left hand based on the actions and character of those nations. They either did or did not minister to Jesus’ Jewish brethren during their persecutions. These goats on the left hand, did not support the persecuted Jews. In withholding support for these, they were not ministering to Jesus Himself during those days. Matthew writes these words, for the 5th and last time, “when Jesus had finished these sayings”. This ends Jesus’ teachings before His crucifixion. Here is Dr. Mitchell on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Matthew 25:41 - 26:5 Prog 102

Matthew 25:31-40 Prog 101

In Matthew 25 with the sheep and goats judgments, Jesus expresses His personal and intimate relationship to His brethren. This is apparent in His own words found in this passage. The Lord’s brethren in this passage are the jewish believers during the great tribulation. And whatever was done to or for these His brethren was done to Him. He takes it personally. Our Lord Jesus expresses this same intimate relationship with the body of Christ, the church.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Matthew 25:31-40 Prog 101

Matthew 25:30-46 Prog. 100

Our Lord speaks of the Judgment of the nations which occurs after the great tribulation and after the 2nd coming of Christ-the Son of Man to the earth. But first, Dr. Mitchell explains 5 judgments found in Scripture. 1. The judgment of sin thru Christ on the cross 1Peter 2:24 2. The judgment of believers, known as divine discipline or chastisement either for sin or for spiritual growth and education. Heb.12 3. The judgment of believer’s works at the bema seat. 1Cor.3 4. The judgment of the living nations seen here in Matthew 25. 5. The judgment of the unsaved at the great white throne. Rev.20 Dr. Mitchell explains these separate judgments before moving into Matthew 25 verses 31 thru 46.

25 MIN1 w ago
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Matthew 25:30-46 Prog. 100

Matthew 25:14-30 Prog. 99

We are in Matthew 25:14-30, the third parable of Jesus concerning the kingdom of heaven. Once again, we see the question of faithfulness to the Lord. He gives to each one according his own ability. In view of His coming, each one is called to be faithful to the Lord and He will reward each one accordingly. Two of the servants received the same commendation and the same reward and the same joy of the Lord. But the worthless and faithless servant received no commendation or reward or joy. So, Dr. Mitchell gives a short overview of 5 judgments in Scripture before examining this judgment of the sheep and goats. Helping us to grow in faithfulness till the coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast, here’s Dr. Mitchell, Mt.25:14-30.

25 MIN2 w ago
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Matthew 25:14-30 Prog. 99

Matthew 25:1-13 Prog. 98

Chapter 25 of Matthew, verses 1 thru 13 begins the parable of the ten virgins. Five were wise and five were foolish. They were waiting for the bridegroom to come so as to accompany him to the marriage to His bride. There was a period of sleeping followed by a shout of awakening. 1Thess.5:4-5: “So let us not sleep as the others do, but let us keep awake and sober.” Rom.13:11 says “..the hour has come to awake out of sleep. For salvation is nearer to us now than when we first believed.” Dr. Mitchell asks, What is our attitude to be concerning the coming of our Lord? Is it one of daily expectation? Helping us to grow in the expectation of the coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast, here’s Dr. Mitchell, Matthew 25:1-13.

25 MIN2 w ago
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Matthew 25:1-13 Prog. 98

Latest Episodes

Matthew 26:38-56 Prog 107

Let’s continue in Matthew 26 at verse 36. The Lord Jesus is presented here in Matthew as one who is praying to His Father, asking that the cup of suffering the cross might be removed from Him. Jesus prayed for this removal only once. The next 2 times Jesus prayed, His prayer was to confirm His willingness to do the will of God. Dr. Mitchell points out that it is here in Jesus’ prayer in the garden of Gethsemane that the victory was won. Jesus went to the cross already knowing the battle had been won. In Hebrews 5:7 says that our Lord’s earnest prayers were heard by God who was able to save Him out of death. Jesus was assured of His resurrection after death. This was the joy that was set before Him. Here is Dr. Mitchell on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast.

25 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Matthew 26:38-56 Prog 107

Matthew 26:31-38 Prog 106

Jesus announces the scattering of the disciples, His crucifixion and resurrection before being betrayed by Judas. Although Peter espoused his heartfelt determination to stay with Jesus, no matter what, Jesus spoke of Peter’s denial. Matthew next describes how Jesus took Peter, James and John and went apart from the other disciples inorder to pray. Dr. Mitchell brings out the circumstances of the sorrow which Jesus felt. Jesus said His soul was was very sorrowful, even to the point of death. Dr. Mitchell focuses our attention on the fact that Jesus poured out His soul even unto death. He shed His blood for you and me on the cross willingly. The blood of the Cross reconciles all who trust in Christ. Let’s join Dr. Mitchell in Matthew 26 vs 31 as he shares the Lord Jesus with us here on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast.

25 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Matthew 26:31-38 Prog 106

Matthew 26:26-30 Prog 105

In the passage before us, Jesus eats the passover with His disciples. At this time our Lord institutes communion, the Lord’s supper as a memorial to Him for His death. The Lord’s supper is spoken of in 1Corinthians 11:26. The Apostle Paul writes that it is a memorial to the Savior Himself, and His death until He comes again. Dr. Mitchell brings out the distinct perspective that it is not the value that men place on the blood of Christ, but the value that God places on Jesus’ blood . The Scriptures witness to the numerous times the blood of Christ affects the life of the Christian. God’s value of His blood is of eternal importance. Do you and I value this eternal expenditure of Christ on the cross as God does? Here is Dr. Mitchell on the Unchanging Word Bible broadcast, Matt.26:26-30.

25 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Matthew 26:26-30 Prog 105

Matthew 26:14-25 Prog 104

K_Intro_Mt_26_14-25_Prog_104.txt -60s -143 Words In Matthew 26:14-25, Matthew writes concerning one of his fellow disciples, Judas Iscariot who betrayed Jesus to the religious authorities. Judas negotiated with the religious leaders for a price to deliver Jesus to them. They settled on 30 pieces of silver. Dr. Mitchell shares, from Old Testament prophecy, how God was valued for 30 pieces of silver. Jesus announced to the disciples that one of them would betray Him. All of them answered with the words , Lord is it I? except Judas. He answered with the words, Rabbi, is it I? Judas related to Jesus as only a teacher. The 11 other disciples related to Jesus as Lord. Jesus the Lord is God. Interestingly, Judas was the treasurer rather than Matthew who had been a tax gatherer. Let’s join Dr. Mitchell on the Unchanging Word Bible broadcast, Matthew 26:14-25.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Matthew 26:14-25 Prog 104

Matthew 26:6-13 Prog 103

Having finished teaching His disciples, Jesus now proceeds toward the cross and the resurrection. In Mat.26:6-13, Matthew describes an incident which occurred in the house of Simon the leper in the village of Bethany. This happens two days before Jesus is crucified. During His time there, Jesus resolves a supposed conflict between the disciples and their misguided priority concerning the expenditure of costly perfume. They all deemed it a waste to anoint the savior with the expensive perfume. Jesus explained that this perfume was a pre burial anointing. He knew He was going to die and His betrayal was near at hand. The priority of value should be placed on Christ Himself. He should have first place in all things. He is worthy of our sacrifices. Join us on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast as Dr. Mitchell shares Jesus from Matthew 26:6-13.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Matthew 26:6-13 Prog 103

Matthew 25:41 - 26:5 Prog 102

We continue in Matthew 25 where Jesus speaks of the judgment of the nations. This judgment is based on the evidence of how the nations treated the believing Jewish brethren during the great tribulation. This judgment occurs after our Lord has returned to the earth to reign in His kingdom. In Mat.25:41-46, Jesus next judges the goats on His left hand based on the actions and character of those nations. They either did or did not minister to Jesus’ Jewish brethren during their persecutions. These goats on the left hand, did not support the persecuted Jews. In withholding support for these, they were not ministering to Jesus Himself during those days. Matthew writes these words, for the 5th and last time, “when Jesus had finished these sayings”. This ends Jesus’ teachings before His crucifixion. Here is Dr. Mitchell on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Matthew 25:41 - 26:5 Prog 102

Matthew 25:31-40 Prog 101

In Matthew 25 with the sheep and goats judgments, Jesus expresses His personal and intimate relationship to His brethren. This is apparent in His own words found in this passage. The Lord’s brethren in this passage are the jewish believers during the great tribulation. And whatever was done to or for these His brethren was done to Him. He takes it personally. Our Lord Jesus expresses this same intimate relationship with the body of Christ, the church.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Matthew 25:31-40 Prog 101

Matthew 25:30-46 Prog. 100

Our Lord speaks of the Judgment of the nations which occurs after the great tribulation and after the 2nd coming of Christ-the Son of Man to the earth. But first, Dr. Mitchell explains 5 judgments found in Scripture. 1. The judgment of sin thru Christ on the cross 1Peter 2:24 2. The judgment of believers, known as divine discipline or chastisement either for sin or for spiritual growth and education. Heb.12 3. The judgment of believer’s works at the bema seat. 1Cor.3 4. The judgment of the living nations seen here in Matthew 25. 5. The judgment of the unsaved at the great white throne. Rev.20 Dr. Mitchell explains these separate judgments before moving into Matthew 25 verses 31 thru 46.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Matthew 25:30-46 Prog. 100

Matthew 25:14-30 Prog. 99

We are in Matthew 25:14-30, the third parable of Jesus concerning the kingdom of heaven. Once again, we see the question of faithfulness to the Lord. He gives to each one according his own ability. In view of His coming, each one is called to be faithful to the Lord and He will reward each one accordingly. Two of the servants received the same commendation and the same reward and the same joy of the Lord. But the worthless and faithless servant received no commendation or reward or joy. So, Dr. Mitchell gives a short overview of 5 judgments in Scripture before examining this judgment of the sheep and goats. Helping us to grow in faithfulness till the coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast, here’s Dr. Mitchell, Mt.25:14-30.

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Matthew 25:14-30 Prog. 99

Matthew 25:1-13 Prog. 98

Chapter 25 of Matthew, verses 1 thru 13 begins the parable of the ten virgins. Five were wise and five were foolish. They were waiting for the bridegroom to come so as to accompany him to the marriage to His bride. There was a period of sleeping followed by a shout of awakening. 1Thess.5:4-5: “So let us not sleep as the others do, but let us keep awake and sober.” Rom.13:11 says “..the hour has come to awake out of sleep. For salvation is nearer to us now than when we first believed.” Dr. Mitchell asks, What is our attitude to be concerning the coming of our Lord? Is it one of daily expectation? Helping us to grow in the expectation of the coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on the Unchanging Word Bible Broadcast, here’s Dr. Mitchell, Matthew 25:1-13.

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Matthew 25:1-13 Prog. 98
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