The Good & Trustworthy Servant | Part 2

In the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 25, verse 21, as Messiah Yeshua was telling a parable, He used the phrase, well done, you good and trustworthy servant. What does that look like, what is he talking about, and how can you be that kind of servant?

In this teaching Rabbi Berkson breaks down Matthew chapter 7 as it has to do with the different kinds of trees and the fruit they bear. Then into chapter 13 where he shows us even more from the parable of the Sower and the Seed.

00:00 Intro
02:25 Matthew 7:17-20 – By their fruit you shall know them
04:23 Matthew 7:1 – Who’s the ‘them’?
09:27 Matthew 7:12 – The narrow gate
11:02 Matthew 7:15 – The influencers
13:40 Matthew 7:21 – He was hard on the teachers
21:56 Matthew 7:24 – Everyone who hears these words of mine…
25:42 This is what a prophet does
28:14 Matthew 13:1 – The soil is connected to the secrets of the Kingdom
42:32 Matthew 13:13-15 – Can you see and hear with your heart?
46:59 Yeshua explains the parable to his disciples
01:02:15 Matthew 13:24-25 – The other seed

Watch the Afterburn here https://youtu.be/nOvhZhlls6E

Links to related and suggested teachings:
• INfocus: Your Brother’s Splinter https://youtu.be/teBncofdql4
• Yeshua the Rock https://youtu.be/4eGSqgHFdvg
• Do You Know the Father and the Son? https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLf9HOA0P9oX85eE0WcFyzM6xquyz7r_RC
• INfocus: The Delusion Bubble https://youtu.be/cEgeS8NIBtM
• INfocus: Put the Mic Down! https://youtu.be/QTH6Vc2ssqQ

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