A few years ago, I fell ill and couldn’t continue in my day-to-day businesses. I sat on the rear deck of my family home one day and prayed, “What am going to do with the rest of my life?” I felt the Lord tell me very clearly, “Feed my sheep” as he did with the Apostle Peter in John 21:17. At that moment, I knew in my heart that I had not spent a lifetime of learning without reason. It is “feeding time”, per se, a time for change from learning to teaching the wisdom I have studied over the last 40 years.
For centuries Jewish Rabbis, Kabbalists, and a few restricted theologians and philosophers around the world have truly been able to understand the deep mysteries within the teachings of Jesus. Why is that? Simply because most people are not taught who Jesus really was, his family history, or where his messages originated. When we learn these keys, we begin to understand the deep mysteries. With numerous diplomas and degrees under my belt, I have decided over the coming years to unravel these mysteries for you, starting with ‘The Power of the Lord’s Prayer’. These message are subject to copyright, however they may be freely used for academic purposes or for the pulpit, subject to citing Rev. Dr. Peter D. Matthews as the author.
At the moment, I am busy trying to finish my academic works that I started 15 years ago, so check back again shortly if you have read and watched all of them, because I will have a new video series coming soon. Once my book series is, complete, I hope to produce more. Below is my latest video resources, and followed by written messages.
‘Just Men and Women’ Understand the Nature of God FREE
Jesus said, “do not judge others”. What did He mean by that? What about the judges in the courts? Are courts legal? Yes, they are a necessary form of keeping the peace that are recorded all the way back to the Israelites. What Jesus was discussing here is to judge the offence rather than the offender. We must confine the motive and relationship aspect with God. We should never become judge without remembering our own sinfulness, in that we too are in need of a Saviour.
The ‘Just Men’ of England Live On FREE
Andre Schwarz-Bart wrote a book called ‘The Last of The Just’ speaking of the Just Men of God. Specifically, he was writing about the Levy family. They were one of the many families of the Lamed-Vovnik, or “36 righteous ones” in each generation that greet Shekhinah, and re-establish the connection of the Temple within. Essentially it means, “Happy are they that wait lo [for Him]” (Isaiah 30:18), speaking of YHVH and Shekhinah as they “rise together”, and the thirty-six commune with Her daily.
The ‘Just Women’ in this New Era FREE
In the preceding passage of Matthew 22, Jesus is teaching the ‘Parable of the Great Feast’ where the King of Kings has prepared a wedding feast for His Son. His guests were invited but they went on their way to their own homes instead to eat, or to their farms or businesses. Others murdered the messengers. It was teaching about the marriage supper of the Lamb in Revelation 19:7-9 where the bride of Christ is to be prepared ready in pure white linen garments, which represents the good deeds of God’s holy people (Revelation 19:8).
The ‘Just’ Men and Women Must Stand and Let Their Light Shine FREE
In Ephesian Chapter 5, the Apostle Paul taught how we should ‘live in the light’ of God. We are sons and daughters of God and therefore we should imitate Him. We should thank God for His grace and mercy (Ephesians 5:4). We should be pure in everything we do, for “no immoral, impure, or greedy person will inherit the Kingdom of Christ and of God. For a greedy person is an idolater, worshiping the things of this world” (Ephesians 5:5).
The ‘Just Men’ Need a Heart That Listens to God FREE
When King Solomon was a young king, the Lord appeared to him in a dream, asking, “What do you want? Ask, and I will give it to you!” He could have asked for riches, fame, long life, happiness, but no, Solomon didn’t ask God for any of these things. He replied, “Give me a heart that listens so that I can judge your people and tell the difference between good and evil. After all, who can judge this great people of yours?” (1 Kings 3:9) Continuing from my previous message, the ‘Just Men’ need to have a heart that listens to God.
We Have Entered a New Prophetic Era FREE
“People of Israel, listen! God publicly endorsed Jesus the Nazarene by doing powerful miracles, wonders, and signs through him, as you well know. But God knew what would happen, and his prearranged plan was carried out when Jesus was betrayed. With the help of lawless Gentiles, you nailed him to a cross and killed him. But God released him from the horrors of death and raised him back to life, for death could not keep him in its grip. (Acts 2:15-23)
The ‘Just Men’ Must Stand – I See Everything! FREE
The Bible tells us in times of trouble, the “Just Men” must stand. They are littered throughout history, but most people don’t notice them, because they normally hide in society unnoticed. They are not military leaders or kings, often they are carpenters, rural fireman, or farmers who decided to make a stand.
The Power of The Lord’s Prayer FREE
This Sunday I would like to talk about the Power of the Lord’s Prayer. Too often in Church and in prayer meetings there are Church Pastors and Christians wailing in prayer for hours, telling us it is needed for spiritual warfare to “break-through” the heavenlies and touch God. They use the analogy of Daniel who has been fasting and praying for 21 days, or Jacob who wrestled with “God” (angel of God actually) and won. Others will quote Ephesians 6 where the Apostle Paul tells us to put the full armour of God on and stand against the forces of evil, as if we should be in “warfare” 24 hours a day. You know, I’ve been down that road before, and I’ve learnt a few things since then…