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  • Advent Series

    Contributed by Peter Anthony on Dec 30, 2000
    based on 117 ratings

    Prepare for the Coming of God

    2nd Sunday Advent 10 December 2000 ‘Prepare the way of the Lord, make his paths straight.’ (Luke 1:4) Some scholars believe that John had known from very early in his life that the Event of the Ages was at hand, and that he had been born to herald its arrival. Reared in daily view of Mt. more

  • Advent

    Contributed by Joanna Beveridge on Dec 5, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus is the light of the world who through his birth brought new hope to the world.

    Today is the fourth, and final, Sunday of Advent. Very shortly we will be celebrating Christmas – the festival which bears our Saviour’s name. Each year we seem to move further and further away from the religious ideals of Christmas and nearer and nearer to an orgy of conspicuous consumption. We more

  • Advent

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Nov 26, 2021

    Advent mean coming so we need to keep calm, carry on, and keep hoeing.

    Luke 21:25-36 Advent 1. It’s an great time to turn to God. That’s Advent • The word Advent means “coming” and it is the time each year in which we prepare ourselves for the arrival of Jesus at Christmas. We’re invited to come or turn to Jesus • We are invited to look forward in hope. To put our more

  • Advent Series

    Contributed by Mathew Philip on Dec 10, 2020
    based on 5 ratings

    The season of advent anticipates the coming of Christ from three different perspectives. Messiah coming into history, Messiah coming into our hearts and lives; and it alerts for His second coming as the King. Advent has past, present and future in itself.

    In the Christian calendar, the new year starts on the fourth Sunday before Christmas day (December 25). It is called the advent Sunday and the season of advent is for four weeks that ends on Christmas eve. It is a season observed as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of more

  • Advent PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Research Assistant on Dec 4, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Explores Jesus' royal arrival in Jerusalem, emphasizing His majesty, mission, and message.

    Good morning, beloved family of God. I greet you with the joy and peace of our Lord Jesus Christ, whose love for us is as boundless as the sea and as constant as the rising sun. As we gather together in this sacred space, let us remember that we are not merely observers, but active participants in more

  • The Symbols Of Advent And The Reality Of Advent

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Dec 6, 2022

    In this sermon we walk through the symbols of Advent (candles and wreath) and point it all back to the reality of Advent which is Jesus Christ our Lord.

    The Symbols of Advent and the Reality of Advent Text: Romans 5:1-11 OPEN WITH PRAYER AND THANKSGIVING Well, we’re getting closer to the day when we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and I hope you all have been thinking about that. Not just in a shallow way… you know… not more

  • Advent Jigsaw

    Contributed by Malcolm Chester on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    A sermon for dvent Sunday intruducing the themes of Advent

    I suppose I should start the sermon this morning by wishing you all ’Happy New Year.’ But before you think that I’ve completely blown it, let me explain – at least for those who weren’t here last Sunday evening. Today is new year – not that we’ve fast forwarded to Jan 1; not is it Chinese New Year more

  • The Absurdity Of Advent

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Dec 3, 2018
    based on 4 ratings

    If on Advent Sunday all we do is to look back to Christ's earthly life and forward to his coming again, our present life seems to occupy a sort of interval when nothing much is going on.

    TITLE: THE ABSURDITY OF ADVENT SCRIPTURE: ISAIAH 40:3-5 I so enjoy this time of the year in the Christian Calendar. Even after 35 years of Preaching and Pastoring, this season never grows old or tiresome as I stand in the pulpit. This is the First Sunday in Advent. • In the media the season more

  • The Advent Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Boomer Phillips on Jun 28, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    Advent is a celebration of hope concerning the arrival of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. This message looks at the meaning of Advent by discussing the symbolism of the Advent wreath and the multi-colored candles.

    I have entitled our message this morning “The Advent of Christ.” This coming Wednesday evening we will be decorating the Christmas tree in preparation for the Christmas season. In many churches across America, decorating the sanctuary, which is sometimes called “Hanging the Greens,” is the more

  • The Hope Of Advent

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Nov 29, 2020

    This is the first part of our Advent series where we look at the four themes of Advent

    I can think of nothing sadder than a life lived without hope. A hope that regardless of how bad things might seem, that things could get better. That ultimately every night has a dawn, every storm has an end, and every mountain has a peak. Author and preacher Max Lucado writes, “We need hope. more

  • What's An Advent?

    Contributed by Ryan Akers on Dec 4, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    We celebrate Christmas and Advent every year but do we really know why we celebrate these traditions? Most people don’t know the why behind colors, candles, wreaths and when you understand the why behind a tradition we will find that it will become truly

    What’s an Advent? Pastor Ryan Akers IT’S CHRISTMAS TIME! Have you gone nuts yet? The world throws too much confusion on us during holidays. (presents, TV shows, decorations, Christmas trees, black shopping days) (why do people shop on days they know it will be crazy?, happy holidays or merry more

  • An Advent Message

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Dec 20, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    A short advent message.

    St. Paul was writing to a Church under pressure; and St. Paul himself was writing from a situation of imprisonment. As he composed this letter Paul was “in chains” (1:13,17); so what we find is a letter written out of circumstances that most if not all of us have never experienced, to a Church more

  • The Promise Of Advent Series

    Contributed by Charles Wall, Jr. on Oct 29, 2003
    based on 7 ratings

    The Promise of Advent. We have established that there is a need for Advent & now flowing out of that need let’s reflect on the promise that God made of the advent of Christ in order to meet that need.

    Today is the 2nd Sunday of Advent. Advent, as I mentioned last week, means the coming or the arrival. Historically, Advent has been a time for Christians to reflect on the meaning of the coming of Christ. And that is what I am trying to help us do over these 4 Sundays of Advent. Last week, we more

  • The First Advent

    Contributed by Jeffrey Dillinger on Dec 19, 2023

    The first coming of Jesus brought to us "the Word which became flesh," We beheld His Glory," and "Grace upon Grace. This is a different way to talk about why Jesus coming in the flesh is so important.

    The First Advent (John 1:14-18) Intro: A. Its a time of year when some Christian denominations talk about “Advent.” The word simply means “the coming of someone or something important.” Traditionally “advent” is the four Sundays prior to Christmas Day, in which people celebrate the coming of more

  • Christmas Advent

    Contributed by Pastor Bruce A. Shields on Nov 12, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    This outline gives an example for holding the Advent lightnig ni your church over the course of 4 weeks with the lighting of the 5th candle on your Christmas eve service.

    Christmas 2005 Advent Advent is Latin for Arrival. This refers to the arrival of our Lord and Savior. The advent wreath represents God’s unending love for us, and the holly branches represent our everlasting life with Jesus Christ. We light one candle, reading the Advent passage for that more