Sermon Series
  • 1. Announcing Elijah's Return

    Contributed on Oct 13, 2016
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    Elijah had already appeared, and they did not know it. Jesus had identified him.

    Luke 1:5-25 Announcing Elijah’s Return 12/5/04 D. Marion Clark Introduction Halfway through the books of the Bible that present the story of the kings of Israel, a prophet suddenly appears – Elijah the Tishbite. He announces to the wicked king Ahab, “As the Lord the God more

  • 2. Announcing The Lord's Coming

    Contributed on Oct 13, 2016

    Mary, as her song indicates, did look at the big picture, but maybe even better, she looked at her Lord. She is a servant of the Lord. She is in his hands; she lives for his glory. What more does she need to know when she knows him?

    Luke 1:26-56 Announcing the Lord’s Coming 12/12/04 D. Marion Clark Introduction The last judge of Israel was Samuel. His mother, Hannah, had been barren. Finally, the Lord answered her prayers and granted her a son who was named Samuel. In gratefulness, she “lent him to the more

  • 3. The Birth Of John

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2016

    One day, John the Baptist would stand at the water's edge, see his cousin Jesus walking towards him, and would cry out, "Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!"

    Luke 1:57-80 The Birth of John 12/19/04 D. Marion Clark Introduction Is there a more momentous event than the birth of a child? We hear people say when they have experienced some great achievement or honor, “Next to the birth of my child this is the greatest experience of my more

  • 4. The Birth Of Jesus

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2016
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    We are ready for the part about Jesus’ birth. We’ve heard about Elijah, and David, and John. Now it’s time for Jesus.

    Luke 2:1-21 The Birth of Jesus 12/26/04 D. Marion Clark Introduction Christmas finally came! The Christmas season is fun as anticipation builds for the big day, but it is the arrival of the day that is best. Whether we are children longing for the day to open presents, or adults ready for more