• They Worshiped Him Media Resource by

    Matthew 28:16-17

    The Great Commission is given in the context of worship. When Jesus’ followers encountered Him after the resurrection, they fell down and worshiped Him, and He commissioned them to fulfill His mission in making disciples and taking the gospel to the ends of the earth. In this lesson, Dr. Parsons introduces the Great Commission by looking at the reason why God created us: that He might be worshiped. View Resource

  • The Great Commission Media Resource by

    Matthew 28:16-20

    He who has been given all authority in heaven and on earth has commissioned us. In this lesson, Dr. Dever shows that God established the church so that we might fulfill this Great Commission. View Resource

  • The Meaning of Baptism Media Resource by

    Matthew 28:16-20

    What does baptism signify? Some say it washes away original sin. Some say it is causes our regeneration. Does baptism actually do anything? Considering these questions in this message entitled “The Meaning of Baptism,” Dr. Sproul teaches us the significance and meaning of New Testament baptism as it relates to the mystical union of the believer to Christ. View Resource

  • Proclaiming the Gospel Media Resource by

    Matthew 28:16-20

    Is the church doing all she can to spread the good news of the gospel? What are you doing on a personal level to fulfill the Great Commission? In this message, Dr. Sproul talks about the need to proclaim the gospel in today’s modern world. View Resource

  • All Authority in Heaven and on Earth Media Resource by

    Matthew 28:18

    The first words of the Great Commission reveal that Jesus Christ has been given all authority in heaven and on the earth, and it is by this authority that we are sent into every corner of the earth, confident that Christ’s rule extends over every nation. In this lesson, Dr. Parsons explains how the sovereignty of Jesus Christ is one of the greatest motivations for missions and our greatest assurance of success. View Resource

  • Go Therefore and Make Disciples of All Nations Media Resource by

    Matthew 28:19

    The great commandment of the Great Commission is the clear directive of Jesus Christ to “go therefore and make disciples of all nations.” This is a command requiring nothing short of our obedience, for it is by going and making disciples that we fulfill the Great Commission. In this lesson, Dr. Parsons teaches us exactly what it means—and what it does not mean—to be and to make disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ. View Resource

  • The Trinity Media Resource by

    Matthew 28:19

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  • I Am with You Always Media Resource by

    Matthew 28:20

    The Great Commission ends with the comforting words “I am with you always, to the end of the age.” While comforting, these words can be perplexing, causing us to ask, “How is Christ with us to the end of the age?” In this lesson, Dr. Parsons answers this question through a sketch of one of the most significant themes in all of Scripture, revealing God’s enduring desire to dwell with His people and even to use us to fulfill His mission through the local church. View Resource

  • Teaching Them to Observe All I Have Commanded Media Resource by

    Matthew 28:20

    In making disciples of all nations, what exactly are we to teach? Are we to share our testimonies? Tell people about specific events and teachings in the life of Jesus Christ? What about the rest of the Bible? In this lesson, Dr. Parsons focuses on the content of what we are to teach people in order that they might know what it is to faithfully follow Christ, who is the fulfillment of all of Scripture. View Resource