Jesus is the logos of God, demonstrating four truths of what it meant when Jesus became one of us.
The truthfulness of Christianity is made unbreakable because of Old Testament prophecy.
In a time of great fear, Isaiah prophesied, “Your God will come!” These prophetic words offer hope for our lives today.
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.
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 […]
Simeon spent his life looking for the Messiah. He teaches us that those who seek the Lord will find him.
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 […]