The Mystery of the Mustard Seed (3 of 8) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven
Dr. Stan Coffey
I.A STRONG DECLARATION
II. A STRANGE TRANSFORMATION
III. A SATANIC HABITATION
If you have your Bible this morning, I want to invite you attention again to Matthew 13 and we are going to look at Verses 31 and 32. Keep your Bible open, keep your Bible ready because we want to study God's word together and today we are talking about the Mystery of the Mustard Seed.
This is the third time that we've come to Matthew Chapter 13 and we are going to study seven messages from Matthew Chapter 13. As Jesus talks about what religion will be like in the last days. I believe we are living in the last days prior to the coming of our Lord.
I believe the signs are on every hands and one of the greatest signs is what is happening in the world of religion, the church, and all that purports to be religion. I think we are living in the most religious day in the history of the world.
Now Jesus had shared about the soils and why when the word of God is preached it doesn't always find the result we expect and He gave us that story, the parable of the soils. And then He talked about the wheat and the tares and how they would be the counterfeit growing with the truth when Jesus comes again.
And now today He talks about the mystery of the mustard seed. Now these are mysteries of the kingdom of heaven. A mystery is something you can't figure out by human ingenuity, by human intellect, or by human knowledge. It's something you can know only through the revelation of God's Holy Spirit.
So while Jesus revealed these things to His disciples, He also concealed these things from the Pharoses. Now the Pharoses, of course, were the most religious people of their day and yet the Pharoses had missed God. And it is possible to religious, to have the form of religion, to go to church every Sunday, to be one of the most religious people on the face of this eart ...
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