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  • “family Promises”

    Contributed by George Yates on Apr 10, 2012

    As we look at Jesus ancestors we see a heritage of Grace.

    I. Genealogies can tell us a lot about our ancestors, sometimes about who we are and occasionally who our offspring will be A. I remember growing up and being told of one of my great greats whose name was John Pidcock (this is my fraternal grandmother’s maiden name) 1. Every year the more

  • The Inside Story Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Dec 15, 2015

    God does not see as we see. He has the ability to look on the heart of men. God chose David of Bethlehem to be the unifying king of Israel and ancestor of Jesus, the ultimate King of Israel.

    1. Superman -- Fact or Fiction? George Reeves (TV's Superman in the 1950's) was popular for guest appearances, but his fame included risks. Kids might kick him in the shins or throw rocks to find out if he was the "real" Superman or a "pretend" Superman, the same way kids pull on Santa beards to more

  • Ancestors

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Dec 29, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    Throughout the history of the Israelites, God has moved to fulfill God’s promises.

    Matthew 1:1-17 “Ancestors” INTRODUCTION There is great interest in our ancestry. Tens of thousands of people are researching their family histories and genealogical records in order to find out more about their families, their relatives and themselves. DNA scans are also popular as we, who more

  • Rahab: A Godly Woman And Mother

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on May 28, 2002
    based on 30 ratings

    A mother’s day sermon using the NT references to Rahab as an example

    Rahab: A Godly Woman and Mother Steve Simala Grant, May 11/12, 2002 Intro: Since it is Mother’s day, I thought I’d share a couple cartoons from my favorite impish cartoon character, Calvin (of Calvin and Hobbes): TEN SIGNS OF A FRUSTRATED MOTHER 1. Your children know how more

  • The Genealogy Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Robert Warren on Mar 2, 2005
    based on 46 ratings

    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 more

  • Rahab: God Makes Heroes Out Of Zeroes Series

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Dec 12, 2006
    based on 31 ratings

    Rahab’s life illustrates how faith does not sit on the heart like a trohpy on a mantle collecting dust. God-created faith is active. (Sermon theme by Mark Anderson)

    By now you may have decorated your Christmas tree. If so, did you hang any cracked and broken ornaments on the tree? Of course not! You only put on the tree ornaments that are beautiful and “worthy” to be displayed for all your Christmas guests to see. During this Advent season we’re taking a more

  • The History Of The Nativity Series

    Contributed by Colin Bain on Dec 1, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    A concise exposition of Jesus in history and what that means to us

    Matthew 1:1-19. Part one of a series History Mystery Majesty (not my invention for the series) History Mention history to most people and immediately what comes to mind is a list of dates. Dates of battles, kings, presidents, and events. Or, what comes to my mind, is a kind of fuzzy impression more

  • Miracle On 42nd St - Christmas At The Movies Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 6, 2004
    based on 66 ratings

    The miracle in the movie: "Miracle on 34th St" depended upon letters from the US Post Office. But the miracle on "42nd" St depended upon a different paper trail.

    (Suggest playing a clip from Miracle On 34th St. – Where the Post office delivers mail for Santa Claus to the Court Room proving Kris Kringle to be Santa Claus) OPEN: Is there a Santa Claus? Nearly a century ago or more, there was a newspaper article written to a little girl named Virginia. Do more

  • The Whole Surprising Story Of Christmas

    Contributed by Andrew Chan on Dec 12, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    The real story of Christmas includes CPR.

    The Whole Surprising Story of Christmas. How well do we really know the whole story of Christmas? Let’s start with this quiz… answer t or f. 1. There are no records of Joseph speaking in the Gospels. T. 2. Mary rode a donkey from Nazareth to Bethlehem. F. It very likely she walked, no more

  • Behold The Messiah Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Jan 3, 2001
    based on 54 ratings

    We need to behold the Messiah at Christmas and make sure we are focused on Him.

    Behold the Messiah! Thesis: We need to behold the Messiah at Christmas and make sure we are focused on Him. Texts: Luke 2:10,11 " But the angel said to them, ’Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been more

  • What A Woman! Series

    Contributed by Pat Cook on Aug 31, 2004
    based on 17 ratings

    Based a lot on Look Who is in the Family Tree, this looks at the women in Jesus’ genealogy, to see Him as the King (2nd in Worship the King series) with a shady lineage.

    Matthew 1:1-17 – What a Woman Someone once wrote these words: Things My Mother Taught Me. My mother taught me RELIGION: When I spilled grape juice on the carpet, she instructed, "You better pray the stain will come out of the carpet." My mother taught me LOGIC: From her decisive words, more

  • It’s Trying Time Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on May 6, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Ruth was a surpising choice to be in the ancestry of Jesus. Yet, as we see her life unfold, we can see the development of her faith in the living God.

    to be released he wondered if his family would reject him because of the scandal he¡¯d caused and the shame brought on the family. He wrote his parents saying that he would be coming back by bus but didn¡¯t want to embarrass them with his presence if they didn¡¯t want him back. He asked them to tie more

  • Jesus The Refugee

    Contributed by Fred W. Penney on Dec 26, 2015
    based on 3 ratings

    Christmas message based on Matthew 2 where Herod tries to kill Jesus

    “Jesus The Refugee” Introduction: Washington Post article (Dec 24, 2015) - Infertility, divorce, shame, mass murder, astrologers, injustice and doubt: these are a few of the topics that appear in the birth narratives of Matthew and Luke, but it is unlikely that they will more

  • From Murder To Mercy

    Contributed by J Donald on Aug 17, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Sin pervades our lives as a feature of being human. The good news of the gospel is grace in the perfect divine providence, so that sin is not an highway to death.

    From Murder to Mercy! Psalm 51:1-3, 12 9Have mercy on me, O God, according to your unfailing love; according to your great compassion blot out my transgressions. Wash away all my iniquity and cleanse me from my sin. Do not cast me from your presence or take your Holy Spirit from me. more

  • Keeping Prayer In Perspective Series

    Contributed by Warren Lamb on Jun 8, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Think for a moment about what it would be like to be blind. No vision of blue skies, wind-blown trees, loved ones, favorite movie. Close yours eyes for a moment right now. Notice the absence of things. Notice all that is missing.

    Keeping Prayer in Perspective Matthew 20:29-34 As we come to the end of our study in Matthew 20, we find a short story that is included in three of the four gospels. Keeping in mind our general rule of thumb that whenever the Bible tells us something three times it is of major significance, I more