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  • The Incarnation

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Dec 23, 2010
     | 1,478 views

    I want to say that all Bible doctrine is very important, and there are many of these very important Bible doctrines, and what is meant by “Bible doctrine” is what the Bible teaches about various subjects in the Bible, it’s what the Bible teaches.

    #-1~ THE # 1 BIBLE DOCTRINE, “THE INCARNATION” ROM.8:3--Col.2:8-9 12-4-10 Today I want to talk about what I consider to be the #1 Bible Doctrine, the INCARNATION” I hope you will pay close attention. I want to say that all Bible doctrine is very important, and there are many of ...read more

  • Incarnation

    Contributed by Scott Wakefield on May 17, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,508 views

    Part of our "Theosaurus" series - Shows some of the theological underpinnings for and implications of incarnation, showing from John 1 (et al), that the logos has always existed, that Jesus is this logos, that Jesus participated in creation, and that God

    Theosaurus: “Incarnation” (John 1:1-4, 9-16) 2010.05.16 (Pt 4 of 5, with others to follow) – Scott Wakefield Good morning! :o) Pass out handouts. Open to John 1 if you haven't already. (Keep thumb there because we'll come back to it in just a minute.) We’ve listed ...read more

  • The Incarnation Series

    Contributed by Ewen Huffman on Dec 20, 2002
    based on 31 ratings
     | 3,677 views

    1) The Word 2) became flesh 3) and dwelt among us A sermon looking at the the theology and implications of Jesus becoming flesh... being born.

    “The word became flesh, and dwelt among us”- The Incarnation Jn 1:1-14 Sun 22.12.02am It was late at night and Heidi, who was expecting her second child, was home alone with her 3 year old daughter, Katelyn. Heidi started to go into labour and called 911. Due to a power outage at the ...read more

  • The Incarnation Series

    Contributed by John Raulerson on Dec 12, 2007
    based on 5 ratings
     | 2,699 views

    The doctrine of the Incarnation assures us that we have a God who can understand our every need and has the power to meet us in our deepest needs.

    Series: Doctrines of Christmas THE INCARNATION Matt 1:18-25 Isaiah 7:14, , John 1:1,14 A father put his four-year-old son to bed. Having finished prayers, stories, and all the little bedtime things, he kissed his son and turned the light off. His son started sobbing, "Don’t leave me. I’m ...read more

  • Incarnation

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Dec 16, 2011
     | 1,378 views

    The Word creates the universe and all that is within it and centuries later he presents Himself in human form as a helpless little baby, all to woo us.

    Incarnation Advent #3 Dec 11, 2011 Blackness. Deep, inky, heavy, darkness. The kind that presses in from all sides, crushing, chaotic and formless, and yet powerful. It is not eyes-shut blackness – it is eyes wide open blackness, pupils straining to dilate further, desperate for ...read more

  • The Incarnation Series

    Contributed by Ewen Huffman on Dec 12, 2003
    based on 64 ratings
     | 5,918 views

    Words are not enough: the message must be incarnated to be communicated.

    The Incarnation. WBC 14/12/03pm Jn 1:1-2, 14, Phil 2:5-11 Read Jn 1 passage WORDS ARE NOTE ENOUGH You have probably never heard of the island of Molokai. Well, it’s located in the state of Hawaii. And it has quite a history. You have to go way back to the late 1800’s to understand its ...read more

  • The Marvel Of The Incarnation

    Contributed by David Scudder on Jan 24, 2010
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,700 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 2, 2005
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,242 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

  • Incarnate Mercy

    Contributed by Bruce Ritter on Jan 5, 2005
    based on 21 ratings
     | 1,927 views

    The coming of Jesus brings the mercy of God as close as it could ever come for people, who desperately need His mercy.

    I want you to show you pictures of Jesus today. My prayer is that the eyes of your heart would be open by the Holy Spirit to this truthful representation of Jesus Christ through preaching. My hope is that you would see Him in the light of His glorious mercy because if you do, you will never see Him ...read more

  • The Incarnational Stream Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on May 15, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,045 views

    God is everywhere, with us always. The "incarnational stream" helps us live with/in God daily.

  • Incarnate Love

    Contributed by Bill Sullivan on Dec 20, 2007
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,692 views

    Incarnate means to embody or personify, and though we cannot incarnate Christ in the same way the Word became flesh, we can incarnate His love and grace and mercy

    Incarnate Love TCF Sermon December 9, 2007 Have you ever heard the phrase, someone is the embodiment of something? A good example is Adolf Hitler. People have said he was the “embodiment of evil.” Mother Teresa might be called the embodiment of compassion. Jim Elliott, or many modern-day ...read more

  • Importance Of The Incarnation:

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Apr 14, 2008
     | 1,522 views

    “INCARNATION” — is a theological term for the coming of God’s Son into the world as a human being.

    The Importance of the Incarnation: How many messages have you ever heard on the “incarnation”? I hope you will pay close attention today as ...read more

  • The Incarnation Of God Series

    Contributed by Patrick Nix on Jan 5, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,460 views

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

    Incarnation: means 'in the flesh' (refers to when God put on human flesh and became Man) The Son of God became a man so that men could become the sons of God. The Truth of the Incarnation If you read John 1, you will see that John begins with some big-time, major claims about who Jesus ...read more

  • The Mystery Of The Incarnation

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson Sr., on Feb 26, 2009
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,477 views

    This sermon reminds us of the immeasurable love and greatness of our God. It is the ultimate picture of human sin and the unconditional love of God.

    Introduction: Nothing rivals the incarnation in relation to its grandeur and awesomeness. By the incarnation, we mean God coming in the flesh to rescue us. The following chapters/verses gives us clear pictures of this awe-inspiring act of God; Heb. 10:5-7, Jhn. 1:14 and i Tim. 3:16. The words of ...read more

  • Love Incarnate

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Mar 9, 2009
     | 1,433 views

    Christ’s death is evidence of his all-encompassing love for humankind; it is intended to stir the congregation to remember that Jesus loves them!

    Love Incarnate Mark 15:21-37 Sermon Objective: Christ’s death is evidence of his all-encompassing love for humankind; it is intended to stir the congregation to remember that Jesus loves them! Supporting Scripture: Isaiah 53:1-12; John 3:16-17; Romans 5:8; Ephesians 3:17-19; Philippians ...read more