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  • The Cost Of Christmas Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 245 views

    It cost Him the cross to be born at Christmas. He was born to die, and die He did that we might be saved. We are saved freely, for it is a gift that Jesus bought for us, but the fact is it cost Jesus everything. Grace is free to receive, but it was costly to give.

    December in Peru is just as hot as July. The jungle is steaming and the insects are ferocious. Yet in that jungle setting more than 300 people from the Wycliff Bible Translators celebrate Christmas. The twinkling Christmas tree lights are not on a pine or fur tree, but on a banana or palm tree. ...read more

  • Baby Pictures Series

    Contributed by Sherm Nichols on Mar 31, 2021
     | 158 views

    Christmas Eve wrap-up of a series looking at OT snapshots of Jesus

    For a few weeks now at CCC we’ve been looking at different pictures of Jesus – not on FB or Snapchat, but places in the OT where God is giving a glimpse of Jesus, hundreds of years before He was born. Now comes Christmas! Finally, as the NT opens up, we see the very familiar picture of the ...read more

  • Narnia: Do You Hear What I Hear Series

    Contributed by Chris Hill on Dec 6, 2005
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,069 views

    Using Narnia and those involved in the birth narratives calls the hearers to idenitfy how they respond to Jesus.

    Where It’s Winter But Never Christmas: Do You Hear What I Hear Advent Series 2005 Matthew 1:18-21 (NLT) Now this is how Jesus the Messiah was born. His mother, Mary, was engaged to be married to Joseph. But while she was still a virgin, she became pregnant by the Holy Spirit. [19] ...read more

  • What's In A Name? Series

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Dec 3, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,742 views

    The second in a series of messages on the person of Jesus as seen through the Christmas story. This message focuses on the names of Jesus as seen in the birth narrative.

    What’s in a Name? Selected Passages December 2, 2007 Morning Service Introduction When Elizabeth was pregnant with Abigail, she was due in early December. As we approached the holidays, there was a great anticipation. I will never forget the conversation that Elizabeth and I had about naming ...read more

  • What’s In A Name?

    Contributed by David Owens on Dec 21, 2009
     | 2,846 views

    This sermon focuses on the two names given to Jesus in Matthew’s rendition of the birth narrative. These two words bring us great hope and joy!

    Introduction: A. Let’s start with a question: What’s In A Name? 1. As you know, names are very important to us. 2. In many respects, the most important word in the English language to each of us is our name. 3. The sound of our names has a ring to us that we like to hear – that is, unless ...read more

  • Advent 2015 - Week 1

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Dec 1, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,317 views

    The birth narrative is an amazing account, filled with characters who are almost larger than life. It is easy for them to overshadow the One person who never says a word. The One coming from Heaven to dwell among us.

    First Sunday of Advent - Read - Luke 1:1-4 & 26-38 This may seem like a crazy question but how many of you remember Elvis? Before concerts they would announce to the crowd who was already there that, “Elvis has entered the building.” And the cheers would erupt! Elvis had not yet ...read more

  • "4 Elements Of The Birth Of Jesus We Can Believe"

    Contributed by Brad King on Dec 1, 2020
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     | 1,185 views

    A challenge with basing our lives upon philosophical naturalism is that the birth narrative is full of God's supernatural mighty work. So we have a decision to make. Is the birth of Jesus to be viewed only as any other?

    Matthew 1:18-25 offers four elements about the birth of Jesus we can believe. 1. We can believe the birth of Jesus involves supernatural origins. 1:18 2. We can believe the birth of Jesus involves supernatural interventions. 1:19-20 3. We can believe the birth of Jesus involves supernatural ...read more

  • The Announcement Of The King Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on Dec 15, 2014
     | 6,982 views

    In our series “The Birth Narratives” we are taking note of how each of the Gospel’s introduces the person of Jesus differently. Luke begins his gospel by recording the angelic announcement of Jesus’ birth.

    Christmas Series – 2014 The Birth Narratives ...read more

  • Lessons From The Angels Lyrics

    Contributed by Billy Ricks on Dec 18, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,120 views

    In this saying of praise in Luke’s birth narrative the angels share with us great truths of the gospel. The Gospel is about the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. The Gospel and the birth story display God’s glory offer God’s peace and deliv

    Intro: The more Christmas’ I experience the more I believe we are distracted by the details. The census of Caesar, the worship of the wise men, the marveling of Mary, no room in the inn, all are part of what we read in the gospel birth story. What do the details direct us to? What did the ...read more

  • Mark Chapter 1 Series

    Contributed by Eric Hanson on Jul 1, 2015
     | 2,918 views

    This brief outline of notes from Chapter 1 of Mark can be very helpful in putting together a sermon or in leading a Bible study.

    The Gospel According to MARK Notes on Chapter 1 Chapter 1: Unlike the other Gospel writers, Mark assumes the birth narratives to be known by his readers. He starts right in with the beginning of Jesus’ ministry years. 1-8: John the Baptist’s ministry and announcement of the one ...read more

  • The First Christmas

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Oct 31, 2001
    based on 56 ratings
     | 5,056 views

    This Bible study on Luke reveals the power of the Christmas story

    The First Christmas Luke 2.1-20 Midweek Study 1. What is the passage about?: The gospel of Luke is unique in many ways but one of the most striking areas that this book adds to the message of scripture is the events of the birth narrative. This entire account is considered an Interchange ...read more

  • Seven Words Of The Cross Series

    Contributed by Ohm Kevaley on Sep 6, 2003
    based on 39 ratings
     | 8,539 views

    An exposition on the value of the last seven words of Christ

    SEVEN WORDS OF THE CROSS By Pastor Ohm Prakash Kevaley First word: Lk.23:32-38 "Father, forgive them; for they do not know what they are doing." Luke alone, of the Gospel writers, mentions the criminals in advance of Jesus’ conversation with them. The effect is that his humiliation is ...read more

  • Teach Me My Child

    Contributed by John Knight on Jun 4, 2002
    based on 15 ratings
     | 1,087 views

    How Christ wants us to come to Him as children

    Teach Me My Child Luke 2:52 Intro: Valerie–ready to be 5 We move so quickly from the manger to the adult Jesus we forget there was a child. Only 2 gospels contain a birth narrative Only Luke tells us of Jesus as a boy -Temple episode at 12 years of age -stayed behind after ...read more

  • Anna: The Realization Of Christmas (Christmas Eve Candlelight Service) Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Dec 9, 2020
     | 1,470 views

    Anna was a woman of devout faith. The coming of the messiah brought great hope. This year we need that hope more than ever

    Introduction If you have followed us over the last few months, you know that we are deep into the study of the Gospel of Luke. So on this Christmas eve, I wanted to take a moment and bring a concluding thought to Luke’s Birth Narrative in his Gospel. It is here we find a woman with a remarkable ...read more

  • Lessons From Innkeepers

    Contributed by Scotty Killingsworth on Dec 13, 2001
    based on 21 ratings
     | 3,464 views

    God uses the lowly to teach us the best lessons on grace

    SN121601 Lessons from Inn-keepers: Bible: Survey Beginning: Let’s all quote the two most famous words from the birth narrative we remember the innkeeper saying, “No room” Innkeepers in the Bible had bad reputations, e.g. hucksters. Innkeepers (persona non grata) were low on the ...read more