Jesus is the logos of God, demonstrating four truths of what it meant when Jesus became one of us.
In a time of great fear, Isaiah prophesied, “Your God will come!” These prophetic words offer hope for our lives today.
Only a Messiah who was truly God could save humanity.
God chose to announce the birth of his Son to shepherds – the social outcasts of the day. This is good news for us because we are all outcasts in need of God’s grace.
The Wise Men came from afar to seek Jesus. Are you seeking him today?
Sermon Notes November 30, 2014 FBCam Simeon and Anna – How the Watchful Find Jesus Luke 2:21-38 Putting out the Nativity set is a family tradition that kids remember all of their lives. One creative dad decided that he would build excitement for Christmas while teaching his kids to keep Christmas focused on the Savior’s […]
As we travel back today to the very first Christmas, I want us to consider whether or not we know the day on which Jesus was born, and why this may really matter.
Although SCROOGE is a fictional character, he illustrates a powerful lesson: NO EARTHLY THING can provide meaning and happiness in life.
The only remedy powerful enough to dispel the sorrows of life and the pain of the past, is the remedy of a changed life through the gospel.
“Peace on earth” is a familiar Christmas greeting. It was announced by the angels to Judean shepherds. However, peace on earth is as elusive today as it was 2,000 years ago. Did Christ then fail in his mission in coming to earth?
CHRISTMAS has been hijacked in America.
And unlike the latest Tim Allen movie, “The Christmas Clause 9,” It’s not Santa who needs to be rescued. It’s the very meaning of Christmas itself.
You will find what you are looking for. Siimeon was a saint looking for the Messiah. What are you looking for in Jesus? Are you seeking the genuine Christ, or are you seeking a Christ of your own making.
It is the shortest of the Songs of Christmas which we are studying, but it is the most familiar, and the most profound! In this song, the gospel is announced to the entire world, reminding us that we don’t have to fear, because God has come to us.
TheAngel’s Song – Peaceon Earth Luke2:8-14 “Harkthe Herald Angels Sing” is one of the mostfamiliar andmost profound Christmas Carols ever written. It is filled withtheological truth. The song was written by Charles Wessley aroundthe time of the American Revolutionary War. He wrote 6,500 hymns! Veryfew Christmas carols were written in the 17thand 18thcenturies because […]
Zechariah’s praise reaches reminds us that God has provided an answer to the sorrows and evil that is in this world today. The answer is found in the reality that GOD HAS COME to us in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Mary’s Song of Praise Luke 1:46-55 Today we continue our series in the Songs of Christmas. Today’s song is the most famous of the five songs recorded in Scripture at announcement of Christ’s birth. The song is Mary’s Song, often called the Magnificat, the Latin word that begins Mary’s praise. A song can change the […]
Mary rejoices because of God’s power to change the unchangeable.
Elizabeth’s song expresses her joy at the Savior’s birth and reminds us that nothing is impossible with God!
John 14:27 “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.”
The name Immanuel means “God is with us.” It is one of the most precious and familiar names of the Savior. It is a name that brings comfort and hope. It reminds us that God has not forsaken you.
We might be surprised that this name for the Savior was an obscure reminder from Israel’s history until the angel revealed to Joseph that his soon-to-be wife was carrying a child that was conceived by the Holy Spirit.
Today we will examine the meaning of the name “Immanuel.”
As little Misha finished his story, his eyes brimmed full of tears that splashed down his little cheeks. Putting his hand over his face, his head dropped to the table and his shoulders shook as he sobbed and sobbed. The little orphan had found someone who would never abandon or abuse him, someone who would stay with him – FOR ALWAYS!”
Jesus is with you NOW.
Jesus is with you FOREVER.
His promises give comfort in our trials.