This past weekend at Eastbrook, we continued our new series entitled “The Beginning of the End.” This series explores the resurrection of Jesus in tandem with some of Jesus’ teaching about the fall of Jerusalem and the end of all time. This weekend Gabriel Douglas preached from Matthew 25:14-30, the parable of the talents.
This message is from the tenth and final part of our longer journey through the Gospel of Matthew, which includes “Family Tree,” “Power in Preparation,” “Becoming Real,” “The Messiah’s Mission,” “Stories of the Kingdom,” “Who Do You Say I Am?“, “‘Tis the Reason,” “Jesus Said What?!“, and “Scandalous Jesus.“
You can find the message video and the sermon outline plus discussion questions below. You can also view the entire series here. Join us for weekend worship in-person or remotely via Eastbrook at Home.
“Therefore keep watch, because you do not know on what day or the hour.” (Matthew 25:13)
- Be excited about Jesus’ Return
- Know what Jesus teaches by reading His word
- You cannot live off of someone else’s talents
- Surrender your talents to Christ and be ready for Him
- When you think of Jesus’ return, what emotions do you feel?
- What talents and abilities do you know that God has given you?
- Are there times where you have used those abilities for your own gain?
- What servant do you resonate with? The one who returned on investment or the one who kept the talent for themselves?
- Read Hebrews 12:2, what does it mean to you that Jesus is the author and perfecter of our faith?
- What is one way this week you can honor God with what He has given you?