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  • God Of The Overlooked Series

    Contributed by Alvin Hathaway, Sr. on Mar 17, 2009
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    The God of the oppressed is also the God of the overlooked and that God’s love is encompassing, God’s love is embracing, and God’s love is enduring.

    God of the Overlooked Luke 2: 8-15 Luke 2:10 “I bring you good news of great joy” Over thirty years ago, Dr. James Cone, Professor at Union Theological Seminary in New York, wrote a breakthrough book in Black Theology called “God of the Oppressed.” This book catapulted Dr. Cone to the more

  • What My Eyes Have Seen Series

    Contributed by Chris Gowen on Dec 29, 2009
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    You can never be the same once you’ve experienced the living Christ. By faith Simeon kept on waiting for the Messiah and one day He got a surprise. There are 5 ways you can know whether you’ve met the Lord Jesus Christ.

    Luke 2:25-35 Place: Jerusalem (vv.21-22) They brought him to Jerusalem. The purpose was to present him to the Lord according to the law of Moses. (v.21) His name was called JESUS , a name given by the angel and this was made clear again on the 8th day of his birth at his ceremonial more

  • "Political Dynamite"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Dec 30, 2009
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    A sermon for Epiphany.

    Matthew 2:1-12 “Political Dynamite” By: Ken Sauer, Pastor of East Ridge United Methodist Church, Chattanooga, TN I remember my mother telling me of a traumatic childhood experience when she felt that she had just “fallen from her throne.” She remembers where she was and the thoughts and more

  • Responses To The Birth Of Christ

    Contributed by Ned Bartlebaugh on Dec 31, 2009
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    Examine the responses of several key biblical characters to the birth of Christ while reflecting upon our own response.

    Introduction A few days ago we celebrated the birth of Jesus Christ. We had a great Christmas Eve service followed by an outstanding Christmas Eve party. But now what? Many people experience the “Christmas blues.” It is hard being away from family during Christmas when there are so many more

  • A Trek Towards The Christ Child Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Jan 3, 2010
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    From the trek of the Wise Men, what are some lessons we can learn?

    A Trek towards the Christ Child Matthew 2:1-12 * For years we have had many misconceptions about the wise men. Of all the things which are misunderstood, we can list the number of wise men and the timing of their visit as possibly the top two. If we ask the question, “How many wise men were more

  • The Marvel Of The Incarnation

    Contributed by David Scudder on Jan 24, 2010
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    "The best way to send an idea," said scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer, "is to wrap it up in a person." The theological word for that is "Incarnation," meaning "in the flesh." Jesus was the Incarnation of God. Jesus was the way that God sent His "idea" to h

    Purpose: To explain the nature of Christ's incarnation. Aim: I want the listener to sense the impact that Christ's coming had on mankind. INTRODUCTION: "The best way to send an idea," said scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer, "is to wrap it up in a person." The theological word for all of that is more

  • More Like Him Than You Think

    Contributed by John Eldridge on Feb 6, 2010
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    Jesus was not born on the "right side of the track." We can accomplish more than we ever thought. This sermon looks at the lineage and culture of the Birth of Christ.

    We need to be prepared to tell people about Jesus as we go about our lives… Who is Jesus? Where did He come from? What did do? What did say? What was His character? What was His nature? And can we truly be like Him? Can we really obtain the God given dreams, goals, and aspirations that we more

  • Reclaiming Hope Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Oct 19, 2009
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    When we look out in the world at this time of year, we realize we have allowed our hope to be hijacked. It’s been hijacked by the materialism of the season, by the parties and overeating or even overindulging. It’s time to take back hope. It’s time to gro

    Christmas Conspiracy: Reclaiming Hope Isaiah 9:2, 6-7 Let me ask you a question this morning: what is Christmas? Is it eating too much, going to too many parties, shopping too much and spending too much? Is it about giving and receiving gifts Is it about family get togethers? That’s what a lot of more

  • The Questions Of Christmas Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Oct 19, 2009
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    Christmas brought three questions which every person needed to deal with as they encountered the Christ child. Christmas isn’t so much about what God has done for us as it is about our response to the Christ child and to these questions.

    The Questions of Christmas Luke 2:8-20 It’s tough to miss Christmas if you live in America today. We hear the ads on the radio and TV, see the lighted houses and buildings, the decorated yards in our neighborhoods, and the displays inside every store remind us Christmas is coming in case we’ve more

  • No Christmas!

    Contributed by Robert Cox on Jan 7, 2009
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    What if there were no Christmas?

    LUKE 2:1 And it came to pass in those days that a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be registered. 2 This census first took place while Quirinius was governing Syria. 3 So all went to be registered, everyone to his own city.4 Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the more

  • What's Done Is Done

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 10, 2009
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    For Christmas Eve Communion: what God has done in Christ means that peace has been accomplished, and this world’s contradictions have been resolved. The Father’s love has embraced us.

    “What’s done is done." We say it when we want to pronounce the final words, when we want to speak the ultimate truth. "What’s done is done", as if so obvious a truth really needed stating. "What’s done is done.” It becomes a way of insisting that there is no more to be said, no more to do, no more

  • The Real Christmas Series

    Contributed by Shine Thomas on Dec 24, 2009
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    Different people look at Christmas differently. Christmas is different for a rich man and a poor man. When is the good news of Christmas for you? Yes, what hs Christmas for you personally in your day to day struggle? Christmas has relevance for every one

    The Real Christmas Introduction: Different people look at Christmas differently. Christmas is celebrated differently by a child, youngster, parent, orphan, and widow. Christmas is different for a rich man and a poor man. When is the good news of Christmas for you? Yes, what hs Christmas for you more

  • Celebrate And Be Glad! Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Dec 28, 2009
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    The second in a Christmas sermon series

    Celebrate and be Glad! Text: Luke 2:8-20 By: Ken McKinley (Read Text) Christmas is a time when we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and our text tells us that some of the first people to realize this and celebrate were a group of shepherds outside of the town of more

  • Shout With The Shepherds

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Dec 18, 2008

    Taking a look at Christmas from the perspective of the shepherds. God came to them to show his love is for all and has no favortism.

    Shout with the shepherds Luke 2:1-20 Disclaimer: This was prepared from resources from Sermon Central and private study. Introduction- Luke 2:1-20 Most people are familiar with this passage, even if they don’t read their Bible. It is the more

  • Why Did The Eternal God Put On Human Flesh? Series

    Contributed by Bruce Montgomery on Apr 28, 2008

    Jesus laid aside his glory and power and put on human flesh to save us from sin and make us holy, to destroy the dvil and free us from the fear of death, and to bcome our merciful and faithful high priest.

    Why Did the Eternal God Put on Human Flesh? Hebrews 2:5-18 By Dr. R Bruce Montgomery Solomon, at dedication of the temple which he had built for God, asked the question: But will God really dwell on earth with men? The heavens, even the highest heavens cannot contain you. How much less more