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  • The Genealogy Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Robert Warren on Mar 7, 2005
    based on 46 ratings
     | 24,320 views

    Though it might sound boring to preach on the genealogy of Jesus, this sermon received more favorable comments than any I’ve preached, it shows the lengths that God went through to save us through the genealogy of Jesus (and goes well with my prior sermon

    “The Genealogy of Jesus” Sermon Series on Matthew Matthew 1:1-17 Robert Warren Westmoreland Church of Christ February 26th, 2005 A genealogy is a list of a person’s ancestor, showing their family tree. To be honest, they are usually not very interesting. They list name after name of ...read more

  • The Genealogy Of God Series

    Contributed by Ken Henson on Sep 4, 2012
    based on 6 ratings
     | 2,516 views

    The genealogy of Jesus Christ had interesting sets of names included. They may not be some that we would have personally preferred in our genealogy, yet God had them there through whom His Son would come. Through it we see the character of God -the faithf

    My wife was telling me during the sermons, she was distracted because one of the hairs was just sticking straight up. And I said, “Which one?” She said, “I think it was Joe!” I have started to name them because they are so precious. So I put Joe back in place, and it looked ...read more

  • The Genealogy Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Mar 3, 2013
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,567 views

    A study of the genealogy of Jesus in Luke 3:23-38 will enable us to understand the significance of his genealogy.

    Scripture We are studying the life of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke in a sermon series I am calling, “To Seek and To Save the Lost.” The first two chapters of Luke’s Gospel dealt with the prophecies and births of John the Baptist and Jesus the Christ, and then what happened to ...read more

  • The Bad Girls Of Jesus' Genealogy Series

    Contributed by Robert Warren on Mar 11, 2005
    based on 26 ratings
     | 11,801 views

    By examining the four women in Jesus’ genealogy we see God’s love and grace by sending a savior for all people.

    “The Bad Girls of Jesus’ Genealogy” Matthew 1:1-17 Robert Warren Westmoreland Church of Christ March 6th, 2005 1. Once again I am going to preach from Matthew 1:1-17 which is the genealogy, or family tree, of Jesus, the son of Abraham, the Son of David. a. Last week we looked at the whole ...read more

  • What Can We Learn From A "Boring" Genealogy

    Contributed by Todd Riley on Mar 7, 2001
    based on 63 ratings
     | 2,223 views

    Distinguishing marks of those who are Adam’s line

    Islington Baptist Church March 4, 2001 Sermon text: Genesis 5-6:8 What can we learn from a “boring” genealogy For the most part the Bible’s genealogies are viewed by Christians to be something of a nuisance, something to be quickly brushed over. In essence, the Bible’s genealogies are ...read more

  • Teachings From The Christ Child Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Dec 14, 2009
    based on 12 ratings
     | 2,766 views

    Lessons from the genealogy of Jesus.

    TEACHINGS FROM THE CHRIST CHILD Matt 1:1-16 * (Faith Hill’s “A Baby Changes Everything”) The song says, “A baby changes everything” which is a true statement. When a baby comes into a home life is never the same and because of that young life the world is different. We all have been witness to ...read more

  • Jesus Family Tree

    Contributed by Marc Bertrand on Dec 2, 2002
    based on 87 ratings
     | 9,109 views

    A look at the four women appearing in the genealogy of Jesus and why they are there.

    The Christmas (Family) Tree of Jesus Preaching Passage: Matthew 1:1-17 Sermonic Process: Analytical I. Charlie Brown didn’t have much of an eye for trees. But then are there really any perfect Christmas trees out there. Strange how a tree that looks so good in the lot can suddenly develop ...read more

  • Look Who's In The Family Tree

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Dec 26, 2001
    based on 42 ratings
     | 2,638 views

    Five unexpected women in the genealogy of Christ, speak of forgiveness and reconciliation.

    Look Who Is In the Family Tree! Matthew 1:1-17 Introduction: Whenever anyone begins to study their family’s lineage and history, they are usually warned that they might find out things they weren’t expecting. They might find out that their great great uncle was a horse thief or that one of ...read more

  • Jesus: Son Of David, Son Of God

    Contributed by Tim Bond on Jan 17, 2002
    based on 52 ratings
     | 5,842 views

    The genealogy of Jesus helps us to understand and relate to the fullness of Jesus’ humanity.

    Well, as you are well aware, it’s the holiday season. Just look around you, red and green everywhere, the stores are crowded with shoppers, and the extended family is getting friendlier and more loving toward one another as each day passes, right? It’s true that the holiday season is billed as one ...read more

  • The Way: Incarnate Series

    Contributed by David Richardson on Mar 4, 2004
    based on 22 ratings
     | 937 views

    God has revealed Himself in Genealogy, in Chosen Men, and through Non-Believers.

    The Way: Incarnate (incarnate means God “appears in flesh”) I. The Introduction: Many years ago there was a man that stayed at home while his wife took his children to the Christmas Play at church. The play, which was about Jesus’ birth, was put on every year by the local children of the ...read more

  • It's All In The Genes

    Contributed by Michael Luke on Dec 20, 2005
    based on 12 ratings
     | 1,872 views

    The genealogy of Jesus teaches us some important lessons about God

    (adapted from a message by Darryl Dash) SPECIAL DAY: CHRISTMAS TEXT: MATTHEW 1:1-17 TITLE: “IT’S ALL IN THE GENES” INTRODUCTION: A. How do you feel about the genealogies in the Bible? 1. Do you feel it’s about as exciting to read as the ...read more

  • A Season To Embrace Series

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Dec 7, 2000
    based on 74 ratings
     | 1,964 views

    An examination of the grace of God as shown through the genealogy of Jesus Christ.

    A Season to Embrace Matthew 1:1-17 December 3, 2000 Morning Service Introduction I. We are starting the Advent season A. The season of Christ’s birth B. A new message series: Discover Christ in Christmas 1. The series will focus on the message of Christmas 2. This morning’s message will ...read more

  • There's A Black Sheep In The Family Tree Series

    Contributed by Bud Ross on Jan 26, 2005
    based on 31 ratings
     | 7,996 views

    A study of 5 people in Jesus’ genealogy who had tainted reputations illustrates that none of us have to be chained to our past.

    THERE’S A BLACK SHEEP IN THE FAMILY TREE I recently became interested in family genealogy. I found some ancestors who intrigue me, like the civil war veterans and the Baptist preacher who was shot in the back during the Civil War. (I don’t know if he wore the wrong color coat or if his ...read more

  • The Line Of A King Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Nov 19, 2001
    based on 483 ratings
     | 12,116 views

    This is the 1st sermon in the series "Christmas Surprises". This sermon looks at the 4 women listed in the genealogy of Jesus in Matthew 1.

    Sunday Morning November 25, 2001 Bel Aire Baptist Church Series: Christmas Surprises [#1] THE LINE OF A KING? Matthew 1:1-17 Introduction: Through my many years of school, I have taken many history classes. One of the things that always interested me was in trying to figure out if any ...read more

  • Truth In Advertising Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 11, 2001
    based on 66 ratings
     | 5,460 views

    The same angel gives the same basic message to Zechariah and Mary. Zechariah reacts with skepticism while Mary responds with calm acceptance. Why the difference?

    OPEN: I recently ran across an article that gave some of the signs of the Christmas season: - A toy store advertised: “Ho, ho, ho spoken here.” - In a bridal boutique sign declared: “Marry Christmas.” - Outside a church – this proclamation: “The original Christmas Club.” - From a department ...read more