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  • Getting Ready For Christmas Series

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Nov 26, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    God did a great deal to get everything ready for the first Christmas and the arrival of His Son

    Getting Ready for Christmas Matthew 1:1-17 November 25, 2007 Morning Service Introduction Here we are one month away from Christmas Day. The stores are already filled with people searching for gifts. The streets are filled with impatient drivers. The weekends will be filled with anxiety over more

  • The Savior Is Born

    Contributed by Carl Willis on Dec 20, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    The greatest birth announcement in history...the Savior is Born!!! Yet it wasn’t made in the church house or the halls of government, but in a field filled with shepherds. The Savior had come for all men.

    Luke 2:1-3 (NLT) At that time the Roman emperor, Augustus, decreed that a census should be taken throughout the Roman Empire. [2] (This was the first census taken when Quirinius was governor of Syria.) [3] All returned to their own towns to register for this census. Tax Season • The Roman more

  • Our Lord Fulfills His Gracious Promise

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Jan 16, 2009
    based on 10 ratings

    Advent 1 (C) -- Our loving Lord fulfills his gracious promise of a Savior: Jesus is a Branch from David’s line and Jesus is the Lord our righteousness.

    OUR LORD FULFILLS HIS GRACIOUS PROMISE (Outline) November 30, 2008 -- ADVENT 1 -- Jeremiah 33:14-16 INTRO: During Advent we learn about the promises of God concerning his plan of salvation for mankind. Unlike man, God always keeps all of the promises that he makes. Advent can be more

  • Finding Room

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Dec 12, 2004
    based on 37 ratings

    There needs to be room in your heart for Jesus to truly celbrate Christmas

    Finding Room Luke 2:1-7 December 5, 2004 Second Sunday of Advent Introduction How many of you here this morning have had to make at least one change of plans for your Christmas holiday season? It seems like Christmas becomes more and more busy every year and there seems to be no end to more

  • Immanuel

    Contributed by Paul George on Dec 26, 2003
    based on 15 ratings

    The only time that Jesus is called, "Immanuel" is here in Matthew 1:23. The name Immanuel, gives us insight into who was Jesus.

    Immanuel Matthew 1:23 The only time that Jesus is called, "Immanuel" is here in Matthew 1:23. The name Immanuel, gives us insight into who was Jesus. He was God with us. In Jesus Christ, God is among us. He is walking in our midst! John said, "and the Word became flesh and dwelt among us" (John more

  • God's Providence

    Contributed by Stephen Smarowsky on Feb 10, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Take a look into the Genealogy of Jesus Christ to see God’s grace for sinners, love for Jews and gentiles, and God’s providence.

    Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke) - German scholars started to question the many similarities throughout the gospels and so assumed that there were different sources to which the gospel writers copied. They believe that either the writers copied from each other or copied from the same more

  • Please Don’t Come For Christmas Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Tom Bartlett on Dec 9, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Four reasons why Jesus shouldn’t have come. He wasn’t wanted, welcome, worshipped and we’re not worthy.

    OUTLINE Please Don’t Come For Christmas – Part 2 4 reasons why Jesus shouldn’t have come Celebration Church – December 6, 2009 Why Jesus shouldn’t come: Reason #1 - He wasn’t wanted by the ruling authorities Reason #2 – He wasn’t welcomed by His own Luke 2:4-7 (NIV) “So Joseph also more

  • Establishing The Kingdom

    Contributed by John Kapteyn on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 72 ratings

    Introductory Considerations 1. The land was theirs. God’s promise to Abraham and the people of Israel had been fulfilled. The kingdom had been established and David had been anointed King of Israel. After reigning for 7 years in Hebron, David captured Jerusalem and made it the capital. The ark more

  • The Sovereign Lord Plants His Church

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Jun 26, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Pentecost 4(B) - The sovereign Lord plants his church. The sovereign Lord starts with a tender spring that flourishes into a splendid cedar.

    THE SOVEREIGN LORD PLANTS HIS CHURCH (Outline) June 8, 2008 -- PENTECOST 4 -- Ezekiel 17:22-24 INTRO: In our country there are many different churches. Each denomination holds to its own tradi-tions and heritages (some are Biblical and others are not). There are false churches more

  • Jesus’ Authority Challenged Again Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Oct 20, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus is again challenged by yet another faction of the religious leadership of His day, this time the Sadducees come calling and they have a ’fool proof’ question that will stump this man they deem as a hinderance to the Kingdom of God...Oh how wrong the

    Luke 20:27-47 Another challenge to Jesus’ teaching October 20, 2010 Set the stage: Jesus has entered Jerusalem and has been proclaimed Messiah by the people and the religious leaders were furious with Him about His refusal to silence their proclamation about Him. They demanded Him to have more

  • The Big Finish Series

    Contributed by David Asch on Nov 21, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    You never know what circumstance or what person God will use to accomplish something extraordinary…

    THE BIG FINISH Ruth 4:13-22 INTRO: At a young age, George Herman Ruth was left at St. Mary’s Industrial School, where he met brother Matthias. It was there that “Babe” Ruth learned about baseball. [Clip from The Babe] You never know what circumstance or what person God will use to accomplish more

  • The Power Of The King

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Jan 11, 2001
    based on 106 ratings

    There is no match for the power of God

    The Power of the King Psalm 2 I. The Rebellion of the Nations A. Rebellion is a fact of life 1. Human nature is to rebel a.) We are corrupted by sin b.) Our automatic nature is to not trust or follow God 2. The reality of rebellion a.) Rebellion is vain and often without merit b.) more

  • Who Will Fight This Philistine ? Series

    Contributed by Ervin Kimrey on Aug 10, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    God is looking for a few good men to fight the Philistine’s of our day. Someone who will trust God, stand in the gap and throw the Rock at the enemy. Who will fight this Philistine, will you ?

    WHO WILL FIGHT THIS PHILISTINE #1 God’s man Text: (1 Samual 16: 1-13) I. A MAN CHOSEN BY THE FATHER (1 Sam. 16:1&12) A. A chosen leader B. A chosen servant C. A chosen solider (in the Lord’s army) II. A MAN ANOINTED BY THE FATHER (1 Sam. 16:13 a&b) A. David’s anointing more

  • Let The Poor Say, Series

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Jan 3, 2007

    Remember this, the average observer on the evening of the first Christmas, might not have seen Mary and Joseph as particularly blessed. There may have been moments that they doubted it themselves. And yet, they were rich...

    Let the poor say, "I am rich" Luke 2:1-7 Dawn and I went to Pennsbury Manor recently. This is the home of William Penn. Oddly enough, the place is almost completely a recreation. Nothing about the grounds or buildings is original. The house is not the house he and his family lived in. It is a more

  • The Unity Of Hope

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Nov 23, 2013
    based on 10 ratings

    The Christ child as the hope of the nations.

    THE UNITY OF HOPE Romans 15:4-13 In many respects we might view Romans 14:1-15:13 as the practical outworking of the Jewish/Gentile debate of Romans 9-11. There was some dissension in Rome over matters of food and drink, and holy days. It is quite probable that it was a question of Jewish more