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Jesus calls a tax collector

Luke 5:27-39 Ps Anthony preaches through this passage on Jesus calling Levi (Matthew) the tax collector and we look at what a tax collector was like in the first century and the comparison between these despised people and the admired Pharisees. And should a Christian be fasting or feasting? What does it look like to follow Jesus completely, and not just add Him on to some parts of our lives?
The Resurrected Christ
Road to Emmaus
Light breaks through
Jesus’ Trial
In a Garden
“But I have prayed for you,”
Who is the greater?
A New Covenant
Stay Woke
Destruction and Salvation
The Olivet Discourse
The Widow’s Offering
The Scriptures and the power of God
Whose Likeness?
Parable of the Wicked Tenants
The Authority of Jesus
The Triumphal Entry
The Parable of the Ten Minas
Jesus and Zacchaeus
I once was blind, but now I see
To such belongs the Kingdom
The Parable of the Persistent Widow.
The Kingdom
Ten Lepers
Temptation, forgiveness, faith and duty
The Rich man and Lazarus
Self justification
The Parable of the dishonest manager
Parables of the lost sheep, lost coin and the lost son.
The Cost of Discipleship
The Great Banquet
The Narrow Door
The Kingdom of God
No, I tell you.
Jesus and division
Dress for action.
Worries, Wallets and Wardrobes…
The Rich Fool
Whoever is not with me
Teach us to pray
Who is my neighbour?
Sending Out
True Greatness
Jesus heals a boy with an unclean spirit.
The Glory of God
Who do you say that I am?
The God who provides
Jesus, powerful and compassionate.
Who is this man Jesus?
Ears to Hear
Her sins, which are many, are forgiven.
Like a child
Jesus Heals
Foundations, Fruit, and Forgiveness
Woe to you
Blessed are you
Lord of the Sabbath
Jesus calls a tax collector
Get him to Jesus, and see what happens.
Jesus picks his team.
Jesus, the Healer.
Jesus the Preacher
The Temptations of Jesus
The Genealogy of Jesus
Prepare the way of the Lord.
The boy, Jesus.
“My eyes have seen your salvation”
The Birth of Jesus
Humble Songs
“Take away my reproach.”
That You May Have Certainty