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  • The Incarnation Of God Series

    Contributed by Patrick Nix on Jan 6, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,371 views

    The Son of God became a man so that men could become the sons of God.

  • The Incarnation From God's Perspective

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Jan 30, 2012
     | 1,616 views

    Paul helps us to view the incarnation from God's perspective.

    Most of us are pretty familiar with the accounts of the birth of Jesus and the visits by the shepherds, and later the magi, that we find in Luke and Matthew. In fact, even outside the church, most people have at least some familiarity with those accounts. Unfortunately much human tradition has been ...read more

  • Down He Came From Up

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Dec 21, 2017
     | 877 views

    A homily for a community banquet at the Yonge Street Mission

    Christmas Banquet Homily for Bridges - Down He Came From Up Down he came from up, and in from out, and here from there. A long leap, an incandescent fall from magnificent to naked, frail, small, through space, between stars, into our chill night air, shrunk, in infant grace, to our ...read more

  • Jesus Is Born In Bethlehem Lesson 5 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Sep 27, 2016
     | 1,357 views

    In the sovereignty of God, why a stable?

    A. WHERE ELSE WOULD A KING BE BORN? 1. Why did Mary and Joseph go to Bethlehem?  Commanded by Caesar. “A decree went out from Caesar Augustus . . . so all went . . . everyone to his own city” (2:1, 3).  Predicted. “But you Bethlehem . . . ...read more

  • God With Us

    Contributed by Russ Sharrock on Jan 3, 2002
    based on 25 ratings
     | 964 views

    The great truth of the incarnation is that God became one of us.

    God With Us John 1:1-14 (NIV) During this time each year children begin dreaming of the gifts they’ll find under the tree on Christmas morning, while their parents are running from store to store fighting the crowds and spending money on things they hope will bring happiness to those they ...read more

  • Telling It Out Loud Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Sep 10, 2014
     | 1,859 views

    In the Incarnation, Jesus, God in the flesh, becomes one of us.

    Telling It Out Loud Text: John 1:14-18 Introduction 1. When we were pastoring in Yellville, AR I met a group of Christians from another church in town. They were wonderful people but from time to time they would say things that just didn't set well with me. One day one of them said to ...read more

  • Fullness Of Life Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Dec 8, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,643 views

    To enjoy fullness of life even in the troubles of life, trust Jesus to be Lord of your life.

    Last year (2015), Tesco, a British supermarket in Wrexham, England, posted a help-wanted ad, seeking a part-time worker with a very specific set of skills: a “Christmas Light Untangler.” The posting said that the supermarket was launching a new service, allowing customers to bring in ...read more

  • More Than Tap Water Series

    Contributed by Mark Eberly on Mar 26, 2008
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,661 views

    This morning we are going to be learning about the sacramental life. It is the sacred life. This is different from the holy life, as we will see. It is often called the incarnational life. The word “incarnate” means God in the flesh. So we are going to lo

    Streams of Living Water More Than Tap Water Exodus 31:1-5 October 24, 2004 Mark Eberly This morning we are going to be learning about the sacramental life. It is the sacred life. This is different from the holy life, as we will see. It is often called the incarnational life. The word ...read more

  • God's Gift To Men

    Contributed by Jon Lipka on Jul 10, 2014
     | 919 views

    The sacred mystery of Christmas is the Incarnation, that God became flesh and made His dwelling among us. The world opposes this mystery as irrational and offensive, because it points to our fallen nature and need for a Savior.

    The Mystery of Christmas, what makes it special, is the Incarnation. A mystery is not part of our human, rational understanding. It is sublime, and part of divine revelation. Non-Christians can witness the events of Christmas—the baby in the manger, etc.—but without God’s ...read more

  • The Marvel Of The Incarnation

    Contributed by David Scudder on Jan 24, 2010
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,612 views

    "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 ...read more

  • Incarnational Reality

    Contributed by Lisa Delay on Dec 5, 2005
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,162 views

    In December we celebration The Incarnation, but do we live as though we are incarnated with God Himself? The Holy Spirit abides in us. This article discusses three points regarding the Spirit of God in Believers. (from author and founder of wit4life.com)

    Since embarking on my ten-week series teaching on the Holy Spirit of God three points cry out for attention as we approach Christmas Day: 1) As believers in the atoning work of Jesus the Messiah we are reconciled to God and He is untied to us within our being. Leanne Payne referred to this ...read more

  • Christ Our Pioneer Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Aug 7, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,496 views

    the joyful news of the incarnation is that God has come to take on our full humanity and transform it. We have a brother who’s fulfilled God’s plan already and who’s paved the way for us, so that we too can be made perfect and in the end can be brought th

    I wonder how many of you watched the documentary on the 2004 Tsunami on Wednesday night. If you did, you were probably blown away once again by the sheer power of the sea as it rolled in with such relentless force. What struck me was the sense of unbelief on the part of the westerners in particular ...read more

  • The God Who Comes To Us Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Aug 10, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,842 views

    Jesus CAME to us... God clothed in human flesh... to offer and provide grace, mercy, forgiveness, salvation and eternal life to all who will accept Him as Savior! Today let's look at the incarnation of God... What it is, what it means and what is its purp

    SERMON BRIEF Date Written: August 9, 2010 Date Preached: August 15, 2010 Church: OPBC (AM) FOUNDATIONAL ELEMENTS Series: Recognizing and Responding to the Living Word Title: The God Who Came to Us Text: John 1:1-14 [Read passage here… put on screen when I start!] ETS: John ...read more

  • The Greatest Gift, The Gift Of Himself.

    Contributed by Bradford Robinson on Dec 23, 2002
    based on 39 ratings
     | 2,940 views

    This sermon takes a look at what is so significant about the incarnation of God. The significance I point out is that it reveals who God is and what He is like, then I focus on the approachability of God and how He experienced what we experience.

    This past week we exchanged gifts amongst our own family and to tell you the truth we just couldn’t wait to see the look on our little girl‘s faces. Denise had spent almost 4 months tracking down every type of care bear in existence for our youngest girl Carrie, and with all that hard work ...read more

  • The Miracle Of Presence Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Jan 3, 2006
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,319 views

    On Christmas Day, we celebrate the incarnation of God. Emmanuel--God with Us--God has taken on our humanity and become one of us. God broke into our world on that first Christmas and God conttinues to do that every day of our lives.

    John 1:1-14 “The Miracle of Presence” INTRODUCTION All the presents have been placed around the Christmas tree. They have probably also been opened, by now. The stockings, which were hung with care and expectation, have been filled. We have proof positive evidence that Santa has visited ...read more