Summary: The lengths to which God the Father would go in order to redeem and reconcile fallen humanity is a unfathomable testimony to His unrivaled position as God and Father of all. God the Son was indeed in a manger; fully God and fully the God-Man. Emmanuel!
Summary: The Christmas story from Joseph's perspective. What was it like to sacrifice all that he had known in his pursuit of righteousness to take on scandal, scorn, and shame? Perhaps we are called like Joseph to follow God no matter what the cost.
Summary: Joseph was human, more human than we believe; he was the same as us. He had his own share of problems that we can relate to, problems relating to a tight knit community that was quick to condemn. Could we to overcome such difficulties.
Summary: This passage talks about misunderstanding developed by Joseph on Mary. Misunderstanding could have spoiled the plan of God. Many Godly people give place for Satan to use them and destroy the ministry. Real understanding of the Scripture brings joy to all
Summary: When it comes to dreaming, many readers think Matthew is the dreamer by the way he uses Old Testament Scripture to back up his story. Is Matthew too anxious to justify his story that he twists Scripture to suit his purpose?
Summary: Joseph and Mary had no say over the name of their first child. He was not named for anyone else, not for what character was hoped for him, but for the purpose for which he was born in the first place.
Summary: I believe it’s a significant thing that even as God chose Mary to be the one who would give birth to the Son of God, that it’s also important God also chose Joseph to be a FATHER to Jesus and to raise Him into manhood. Mary and Joseph were chosen together to be parents.
Summary: To establish that Joseph was the father of another’s son; willing to take upon himself a bride that was with child by another. This is not a lesson defending the virgin birth; but in honor of men like Joseph who became fathers of another’s son!
Summary: But even though we know that life is never that perfect, we get so focused on how everything appears perfect and that bleeds into our lives as we begin to yearn for the perfect life and this time of year, the perfect Christmas.
Summary: In the Christmas story, only Joseph has no speaking part. Angels, Mary, the wise men and shepherds all speak, but Joseph is silent. Yet Joseph’s ACTIONS speak volumes and teach us some wonderful truths. This sermons lists 3 we can learn from Joseph.
Summary: Christmas is the living promise that we are never alone. No matter where we are in life, No matter how far we might stray, or how unfaithful we are, God in all his love, will continue to pursue, a love that will never stop shining.