Contributed on Nov 25, 2012
The great, awesome, majestic God has a wonderful way of using little POSSESSIONS, little PLACES and little PEOPLE to accomplish his will.
Contributed on Nov 30, 2015
The Christmas story is filled with the paradoxes. This sermon examines four of them, and closes with the greatest paradox of all, that Christ would come to earth, live a sinless life and die for our sins, and people would still reject Christ.
Contributed on Dec 6, 2015
Zaccharias & Elizabeth were carried a heavy burden. When God gave them a son in old age...John the Baptizer...It was there " burden lifting day." This sermon uses the backdrop of the Christmas story to explore how a believer should handle burdens in life.
Contributed on Dec 13, 2015
We do not know what Mary may have taught Jesus in his childhood. But there are three things she can teach US. This sermon examines three truths about God and His dealings with us from Luke 1.
Contributed on Dec 22, 2015
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.
Contributed on Dec 27, 2015
Matthew 2 not only describes the Wise Men from the East who sought the Messiah, but the "wise men" from the West, Herod's advisors who missed the Savior. This sermon speaks of salvation of the lost and the lordship of Christ for the saved.