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Summary: Jesus is the eternal God come in the flesh.

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MASTER OF THE UNIVERSE

Colossians 2.9

S: Incarnation

C: Jesus as God

Th: I Love It When a Plan Comes Together

Pr: JESUS IS THE ETERNAL GOD COME IN THE FLESH.

KW: Choices

CV: “We will clearly communicate the transforming truth of the Bible.”

Type: Propositional

I. LEGEND

II. LIAR

III. LUNATIC

IV. LORD

PA: How is the change to be observed?

• Think through the choices you have about Jesus.

• Choose Jesus as Lord and Savior

Version: ESV

RMBC 14 December 08 AM

“I love it when a plan comes together.”

…is the theme for our messages during this Christmas season.

I get so excited during this time of the year, not just because of family gatherings, though I enjoy them immensely.

It is not because of all the excitement of the season and the great music we hear, though it does bring me great joy.

I get excited because it is a time we celebrate how God’s plan all came together.

This is a time we celebrate that what God said He would do, He did.

He made good on His promises to us.

For the last two weeks, we have been studying why the life of Jesus, which includes the Christmas story, is credible.

We came to the conclusion that…

The eyewitness testimony about Jesus is reliable.

We discussed how the testimony of the New Testament writers has been confirmed over and over again by historical and archaeological evidence.

These eight different authors reflect accurately either what they saw or heard, or possessed a personal connection with someone who did.

Last week, we saw that…

The Scriptural testimony described the Messiah.

We considered what the Hebrew Scriptures said about the coming Messiah.

He would be the seed of Abraham.

He would come from the tribe of Judah.

He would be of the line of Jesse and David.

We also saw that the Messiah would be a suffering servant, and that He would be pierced.

There are forty other promises as well.

What we observed is that…

Jesus fulfilled the promises of the Hebrew Scriptures (Isaiah 7.14, 9.6; Micah 5.2).

Jesus did it!

He proved that He was the Messiah.

Promise after promise, He fulfilled.

But we want to reconsider three very important ones as they coincide with today’s study.

Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.

For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.

But you, O Bethlehem Ephrathah, who are too little to be among the clans of Judah, from you shall come forth for me one who is to be ruler in Israel, whose origin is from of old, from ancient days.

Do you see what those three verses had in common?

They speak to the deity of the Messiah.

His name is Immanuel.

“God with us.”

The given son would have the appropriate names of deity.

Wonderful Counselor.

Mighty God.

Everlasting Father.

Prince of Peace.

And His origin?

Though He is born in Bethlehem, He is actually from before that…from the long past…from before there were days.

Jesus fulfilled so many of the prophecies of the Hebrew Scriptures.


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