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  • Gloria In Excelsis -- Deo

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 17, 2004
    based on 46 ratings

    Ordination of a woman named Gloria; glory not in your achievements but in helping others seek God; glory not in defending yourself against predators but in receiving God’s protection; and let yourself feel passion.

    Over the years I have developed the habit of focusing on a person’s name whenever it is time to do a message that relates to that individual. For example, I have done funerals for people named James, using something from the New Testament letter of James. I did a funeral service once for a woman more

  • The Big Story: Gloria In Excelsis Deo Series

    Contributed by Danny Davis on Feb 7, 2014

    The glory of the Lord shone around the shepherds as they watched their flock. They were terrified. Soon, however, their fear turned to rejoicing. Join Pastor Danny as he teaches about his personal journey from fear to authentic faith in Christ.

    INTRODUCTION If you have been at any of the last couple Sunday morning worship services you know that Christmas is my favorite time of the year. And you have also learned that I enjoy singing Christmas carols. We have sung “Silent Night” and “We Wish You a Merry more

  • Take My Son

    Contributed by Edward Tatro on Jan 24, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    Who will take the son?

    Who Will Take the Son? May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, my strength and my redeemer. In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. My Brothers and Sisters I would like to tell you a little story; a story more

  • Angels We Have Heard On High

    Contributed by Charles Salmon on Dec 13, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    The message of the angels on Christmas is a message to dispel fear, bring cheer, and be shared.

    Angels We Have Heard On High Luke 2:8-20 INTRO.: This may be the oldest of all the Christmas carols we sing. There is evidence, although disputed, that this carol was sung in the Church at Rome as early as 129 BC. It’s inspiring to think we may be singing a carol nearly 2000 years old. Of course, more

  • Jesus Christ Is King Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 25, 2015

    The world has changed, and the culture is anti-Christian, but there are reasons for optimism in Christ.

    Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King Last Sunday in October Extraordinary Form 2015 Christus vincit, Christus regnat, Christus imperat! On this Feast of Jesus Christ, Our Lord and King, let’s take some time to reflect on the reign of Our King and our celebration of the Holy Mass more

  • The Glory Of God Through Us! Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Feb 22, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    As a Believer of Christ, God sees you like a mirror capable of reflecting God’s glory and every Christian has a responsibility to allow God’s glory to reflect more and more.

    Angels we have heard on high, singing sweetly o’er the plains. And the mountains in reply, echoing their joyous strain: Gloria, Gloria, in excelsis Deo! Glory to God in the highest! The word glory appears over 350 times in the Bible! It’s a significant word in Scriptures. What does it more

  • Cheer Up, Christian!

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on May 9, 2006
    based on 32 ratings

    Because we are God’s children and because our cross will soon turn into a crown we will be cheerful no matter what our circumstances in life.

    One day the reformer Martin Luther was feeling rather down. The Pope was after him. His colleagues were bickering among themselves. He felt the heavy pressure that came with being a professor, pastor, and father. And he was in excruciating pain from kidney stones. As he moped around the house more

  • "Examining Christmas Traditions"

    Contributed by Ray Scott on Dec 5, 2003
    based on 280 ratings

    This is an informal Wednesday Night Bible Study, examining why we celebrate Christmas on December 25th, what year Jesus was really born, what the Inn was like, and who the Wise Men were.

    “Examining Christmas Traditions” (A Wednesday Night Bible Study) INTRODUCTION: TONIGHT, I want us to informally take a closer look at just a few of the Christmas traditions. I. WHEN WAS JESUS BORN? A. The Year Throughout history, calendars have been dated according to important more

  • Glory, Hallelujiah

    Contributed by Marianne Unger on Feb 25, 2004
    based on 7 ratings

    Jesus’ Transfiguration & God’s Glory

    Luke 9: 28-43 Glory, Hallelujiah! Luke’s gospel tells us that Jesus took Peter, John, and James and went up on the mountain to pray. While Jesus was praying, the appearance of his face changed, and his clothes became dazzling white. This was the time of Jesus’ transfiguration. This was more

  • Go Tell It On Mt. Calvary Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Dec 27, 2003
    based on 26 ratings

    For Christmas Eve Communion: Jesus remembered in the time of trial that He was born for a purpose, and He intentionally declared that purpose. He fulfilled the mission for which God sent Him.

    On Sunday I offered the opinion that I was probably the only preacher in town who was using the Old Testament on the Sunday before Christmas. Well, maybe some used those Isaiah passages about a child named Immanuel and the Prince of Peace. But Elijah? Who would have thought that Elijah and his more

  • The Angels' Chorus Series

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Dec 23, 2014

    The angels share "good news" with the lowly shepherds near Bethlehem, and Christ's birth continues to be good news for all people everywhere!

    Perhaps some of you have seen that wonderful play, The Greatest Christmas Pageant Ever. In the play, the appropriately named Herdman family, full of rowdy children, hi-jack a children’s Christmas pageant, taking all the choice roles by intimidation and force. Needless to say, those Herdman more

  • The Music Of Christmas

    Contributed by Anthony Seel on Dec 28, 2005
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus is the Savior, the Christ, the Lord.

    CHRISTMAS EVE 2005 December 24, 2005 St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church The Rev. M. Anthony Seel, Jr. Luke 2:1-14 “The Music of Christmas” “When he awoke, the song was there. Its melody beckoned and begged him to sing it. It hung upon the wind and settled in the meadows where he walked. He more

  • What Could You Do For God That He And Everybody Would Like?

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Feb 4, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    If you could ask God for anything in world, what would you ask, and if you got that thing, would it cause a conflict with someone else. Then ask, what you could give God that he would like you to do, that would suit you both; that then is your calling!

    Word Count: 2610 This sermon was delivered to the congregation in St Oswald’s in Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland on the 4th December 2012 by Gordon McCulloch (A Scottish Episcopal Church in the Dioceses of Glasgow and Dumfries). Summary: If you could ask God for anything in world, what more

  • God's Hope In Troubled Times

    Contributed by Matthew Stoll on Dec 12, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    Through the birth of the Christ child and the visitation of the angels to the shepherds we see a God who cares and comes to us at our worst times to deliver us.

    When we read the Christmas story of the birth of Christ I think we have a tendency to gloss over and glamorize what really happened. We sing our Christmas songs and envision this postcard picture of Jesus in a pristine creche as he lies in a manger on a bed of hay or straw. It’s beautiful, more

  • When Heaven Came Down Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Dec 26, 2012
    based on 14 ratings

    God exalts those who will be humbled. So when He humbled Himself to become a man, God did magnify & honor Himself to those who in humbleness would seek out the Christ. The significance of the event made it fitting that Heaven should come down & give God G

    LUKE 2: 8-14 WHEN HEAVEN CAME DOWN [Eph. 2:12-18, Isa. 65:1, 61:1f, 1 Pet. 10:21, Zech. 9:9-12, Rev. 5:9-14] Christmas is a drama of the exciting invasion of earth by infinite God, the Eternal Spirit, Who became flesh in order to become man. His purpose was to personally reveal Himself to more