"Christmas" Tagged Sermons
Christmas 2020 Series Sermon #4 Scripture: Luke 2:1-7. “The Birth of Jesus” Sermon In a Sentence: “We will be ready for Christmas when we believe that in Christ, God has reversed our fortunes at His cost.”
Christmas 2020 Series Sermon #2 Scripture: Luke 1:25-56. “Gabriel’s Second Birth Announcement and Mary’s Song of Praise” Sermon In a Sentence: “Getting ready for Christmas necessitates recognizing your humble and needy condition, trusting in the grace-giving God with whom there are no impossibilities, and rejoicing in the salvation that the God-man, Christ Jesus came to bring.”
Series Title: Advent 2019. Sermon #4 Sermon Title: The Joy of Christmas. Scripture: Luke 2:1-20. Sermon In a Sentence: “The love of Christmas is truly celebrated when we come to appreciate the profound theological implications of the Savior’s birth, when we stand amazed at His loving sacrifice for our sins, and when we respond in faith and obedience to the love we have been shown.”
Series Title: Advent 2019. Sermon #3 Sermon Title: The Joy of Christmas. Scripture: Luke 2:1-20. Sermon In a Sentence: “The events of Luke 2 help us to see that true joy does not lie in our emotions or feelings but in the assurance that Christ came down to live in this world to be the unblemished sacrifice for our sins once and for all.”
Series Title: Advent 2019. Sermon Title: The Hope of Christmas. Scripture: Isaiah 40:1-11 . Sermon In a Sentence: “We can wait in hopeful anticipation of Christmas because we are certain of our salvation in Christ, confident in God’s promises and power, and assured that Christ fights for us and will carry us home.”
Series Christmas 2018 (Matthew 2:13-23): Title: “The Unsanitized Christmas Story”, Sermon in a Sentence: “The unsanitized story of Christmas tells us that Jesus entered our world of evil and chaos in order to defeat our greatest enemy and redeem us from our sin.”
Sermon #4 from the Series An Old Testament Christmas (Isaiah 9:1-7): Title: “Christmas Contrasts” Sermon in a Sentence: The gift of Christ reverses our circumstances, dispels the darkness and gloom of our lives brought about by our sin, and brings us deliverance and salvation.
Sermon #3 from the Series An Old Testament Christmas (Micah 5:1-5): Title: “Christmas Contrasts” Sermon in a Sentence: The contrast of Christmas is that God has chosen to glorify Himself by saving His people – not by might, but by the lowly and humble child of Bethlehem, born to bring peace to those who will receive Him.
Sermon #2 from the Series An Old Testament Christmas (Isaiah 40:1-11): Title: “The First Christmas Message” Sermon in a Sentence: Christmas brings the comfort that we can have forgiveness of our sins, the hope of glory, confidence in God’s promises and power, and the assurance that the same Christ who fights for us will also carry us home.
Sermon #1 from the Series An Old Testament Christmas (Genesis 3:15 ): Title: “The First Christmas Message” Sermon in a Sentence: The very first Christmas message announces the good news that the virgin-born Christ came to defeat Satan and set us free from the penalty of our sin through His death and resurrection.
Christmas 2016 – The beautiful, compelling, and promising message of Christmas is that in Christ, God has reversed our fortunes at His cost.
Sermon #1 from the series: “The Incarnation in the Gospels” (Scripture Reference: Matthew 8:1-4). Sermon in Sentence – “This Christmas season, we must receive and believe in Jesus Christ for who He truly is so that we may become children of God.”