Thy Strong Word — Matthew 12:33-50. Unbelievable mercy to unbelievable sinners: Something greater than David, the temple, Jonah, and Solomon is here.

Rev. Timothy Sims, pastor of St. John Lutheran Church and School in Chester, IL joins Rev. Brady Finnern to study Matthew 12:33-50.

Thy Strong Word — Matthew 12:15-32. Unbelievable mercy to unbelievable sinners: A bruised reed He will not break.

Rev. Brian Davies, pastor of Lord of Glory Lutheran Church in Grayslake, IL, joins Rev. Brady Finnern to study Matthew 12:15-32.

Thy Strong Word — Matthew 12:1-14. Unbelievable mercy to unbelievable sinners: Lord of the Sabbath. What does this mean?

Rev. Dan Galchutt, Assistant to the President of Missions and Stewardship for the Kansas District in Topeka, KS joins Rev. Brady Finnern to study Matthew 12:1-14.

Morning Prayer Sermonette: Matthew 12:38-50

Rev. Jacob Heine gives today’s sermonette.

Morning Prayer Sermonette: Matthew 12:22-37

Rev. Dr. Adam Koontz gives today’s sermonette.

Morning Prayer Sermonette: Matthew 12:1-21

Rev. Timothy Appel gives today’s sermonette.

Morning Prayer Sermonette: Matthew 12:38-50

Rev. Jacob Heine gives today’s sermonette.

Morning Prayer Sermonette: Matthew 12:22-37

Rev. Dr. Adam Koontz gives today’s sermonette.

Morning Prayer Sermonette: Matthew 12:1-21

Rev. Timothy Appel gives today’s sermonette.

Sharper Iron — All Righteousness Fulfilled: The Sign of Jonah for Jesus’ Family

Rev. David Appold, pastor at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Paducah, KY, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Matthew 12:38-50.