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  • Prepare The Way! Series

    Contributed by William Akehurst on Jan 22, 2020
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    Advent - preparing the way. At Christmastime, we often prepare the house, the decorations, the food, the gifts—but we forget to prepare ourselves. Make a commitment to spend some time each morning during Advent preparing your heart for the coming of Jesus Christ.

  • The Prophets: People Get Ready Series

    Contributed by James Jackson on Dec 16, 2019
     | 1,323 views

    Centuries before Jesus was born, Isaiah prophesied that Israel's warfare would be accomplished, and her iniquity pardoned. Who are we at war with? How is iniquity pardoned? And what does that have to do with Christmas?

    Please open your Bibles to Isaiah 40. As we begin the season of Advent, we are going to look at some very familiar words from the Old Testament, particularly if you are a fan of Handel’s Messiah: “The voice of one crying: In the wilderness prepare the way of theLord. Make straight in the desert a ...read more

  • Reflections On The Introit Sign Of The Cross Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 8, 2019
     | 207 views

    Let the cross embrace us.

    Tuesday of the 2nd Week in Advent 2019 The Sign of the Cross Those of us that are daily immersed in the Word of God, specifically in the Sacred Scriptures, sometimes forget that what we read each day are revolutionary words. They are revolutionary words intimately associated with the first ...read more

  • Listen For Love Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Dec 5, 2019
     | 482 views

    In our text God speaks in different tones that I hope will bring us comfort and joy, to know we are loved by God.

    LISTEN FOR LOVE   Isaiah 40:1-11 Introduction It is a traditional English Christmas carol, one of the oldest carols, dating back to the 16th century, the name of its author long unknown. In Dickens’ A Christmas Carol this song stirred irritation of Ebeneezer Scrooge,  causing him ...read more

  • Comfort My People

    Contributed by Stephen Aram on Jul 1, 2019
     | 1,663 views

    The weeks running up to Christmas can be really stressful. Remember that God comes to comfort his people.

    This is the second Sunday now in the church season of Advent, as we celebrate the coming of our Lord, Jesus Christ. The word “Advent” means that someone is coming, or arriving. There are many ideas of what will happen when Jesus comes. I suppose most kids in America identify the coming of ...read more

  • Preparing For The Holy Day

    Contributed by Randy Shepard on Jan 5, 2019
     | 1,652 views

    Advent is a time a preparation. A time to prepare to celebrate the birth of our savior, and to prepare our hearts and minds for the second coming of Christ

    Christmas is 16 days away. Does your pulse go up when you hear that? You have 16 days to buy your gifts, wrap them, finish decorating, plan and shop for a meal, finalize any travel plans, and or clean your house before your company arrives. Christmas will be here before you know it, and almost ...read more

  • Advent 2 - Peace

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Dec 13, 2018
     | 1,554 views

    This message explores the advent theme of peace; peace rooted in the person of Jesus Christ.

    Sermon – Advent II – Peace in the Storm – December 9, 2018 Have you seen those Facebook relationship settings. You can say you’re: In a relationship, single, divorced, or it’s complicated. It’s interesting how social media has become a relationship tool. You may have seen things like this: ...read more

  • The Messenger/The Voice

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Dec 9, 2018
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     | 1,816 views

    Delivering the gospel message

    Weekend Message/Devotion December 9, 2018 Luke 3:1-6 The Messenger/The Voice I remember as a youngster always looking for the mailman. He was so very faithful to deliver our mail every day. There were not many kids my age to hang out with, so many times I would just walk along with the ...read more

  • Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Dec 7, 2018
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    We, like John are called to prepare the way of the LORD, for His return.

    Prepare Ye the Way of the LORD. Luke 3:1-6 About thirty years had passed since the flurry of excitement over the birth of John the Baptist and the strange reports from the shepherds of Bethlehem about another birth. The world soon forgets and returns to its normal drudge. Many of those who had ...read more

  • We Interrupt Your Slumber For This Important Announcement

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Dec 5, 2018
     | 1,557 views

    What is signified by the birth of John the Baptist?

    We Interrupt Your Slumber for this Important Announcement! Luke 1:67-80 It had been a long time since Israel had heard the voice of God speaking through one of His prophets. It had been 400 years since Malachi, the last of the prophets had spoken. This prophet had spoken of a restoration of ...read more

  • The Absurdity Of Advent

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Dec 3, 2018
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,241 views

    If on Advent Sunday all we do is to look back to Christ's earthly life and forward to his coming again, our present life seems to occupy a sort of interval when nothing much is going on.

    TITLE: THE ABSURDITY OF ADVENT SCRIPTURE: ISAIAH 40:3-5 I so enjoy this time of the year in the Christian Calendar. Even after 35 years of Preaching and Pastoring, this season never grows old or tiresome as I stand in the pulpit. This is the First Sunday in Advent. • In the media the season ...read more

  • Hope Series

    Contributed by Russ Barksdale on Nov 28, 2018
     | 3,761 views

    Our hope is in His comfort. Our hope is in His preparation. Our hope is in His presence.

    Advent: HOPE Isaiah 40:1-5 Advent ( Latin adventus, Greek parousia) : appearing, arrival or official visit. Romans 15:13 Psalm 33:20-22 Isaiah 40:31 Our hope is in His comfort vv.1-2 2 Corinthians 1:3-5 If God’s comfort is not enough for you, then no one else’s will be either. Our ...read more

  • Peace Promise Dec 10th 2017?

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Jun 20, 2018
     | 2,200 views

    The citizens of Jerusalem clearly have a longing for peace. In fact the Jewish word for Peace – Shalom- comes from the word Jerusalem. It is for that reason that Jews refer to it as the City of Peace”.

    The Promise of Peace Isaiah 40:1-11 "Peace on Earth will come to stay when we live Christmas every day." - Helen Steiner Rice Here is another famous quote from King David concerning peace. Psalm 122:6-9 6 Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: “May those who love you be secure. 7 May ...read more

  • A Man Named John

    Contributed by Jonathan Meyer on Dec 11, 2017
     | 2,601 views

    This Advent sermon looks at John the Baptist: The Man, The Mission, & The Message. God unexpectedly worked through John. He now chooses to work through us as witnesses. (Based loosely on "The Word Became Flesh" Advent series from Concordia Seminary, STL.)

    Forensic scientists in England analyzed the venerated remains from a certain grave, a few years ago. The corpse of the individual being observed was male. He was no more than five feet tall, and he had a broken nose. He lived in the 4th Century AD. And, despite being dug up in Italy, he was ...read more

  • Lasting Comfort

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Dec 10, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,660 views

    We all want comfort. And God offers it to us as he did to the exiled Israelites. We can take comfort that our sin has been paid in full, that God's word outlasts our problems, and that God is coming again. Forgiven, forever, for sure!

    Isaiah 40:1-11 Lasting Comfort Handel’s “Messiah” begins the first phrase of today’s passage: “‘Comfort ye, comfort ye my people,’ saith your God.” The theme of “comfort” sounds good, doesn’t it? Especially when you just can’t quite get comfortable. Bones ache, thoughts ruminate, neighbors ...read more