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  • A Reason For Hope Series

    Contributed by Danny Nance on Mar 21, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    First-person narrative, preached in a series of narratives for Advent.

    A Reason for Hope Luke 1:5-25; 57-80 Shalom, good people. Give me a moment for my head to clear and I will tell you a glorious story. My name is Zechariah and I am a priest from the hill country of Judea. My wife, Elizabeth, is herself the daughter of a priest—and so I am doubly blessed. more

  • Attitudes For Answered Prayer

    Contributed by Randy Hamel on Mar 10, 2008

    Sermon looks at God’s plan for answered prayer: when he says no, not yet, or yes to prayer, and what do do in the waiting period

    Attitudes to Answered Prayer (Acknowledgement - Ray Duerksen - Southland Community Church) There are three attitudes I believe we all need in order to have answers to our prayers. o E.g. A young girl who wrote a letter to a missionary. It was a prayer letter and she was trying to lend her more

  • The Family Of Christ Is Ready For His Return Series

    Contributed by Michael Bartsch on Jan 22, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    How shall we keep our families ready for the return of our Savior?

    Luke 1:5-22 (NIV) 5 In the time of Herod king of Judea there was a priest named Zechariah, who belonged to the priestly division of Abijah; his wife Elizabeth was also a descendant of Aaron. 6 Both of them were upright in the sight of God, observing all the Lord’s commandments and regulations more

  • God's Planned Parenthood

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Jan 10, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Luke shows us God’s choice of parents for Jesus and John the Baptist. We can learn a lot about the kind of character God wants in parents when we see Zacharias, Elizabeth, Joseph and Mary’s character.

    Today is the first Sunday of 2008! Happy New Year! We have a lot to look forward to this year. As we begin this new year, we also begin a new look at the Lord and his church through the eyes of Luke. It all starts with God’s “Planned Parenthood” for Zechariah and Elizabeth and Mary and Joseph. more

  • John - Full Of Christmas Cheer

    Contributed by Joseph Neil Adams on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    An advent message thinking about what John the baptist has to do with this season.

    Luke 1:3-18 The season of Christmas is upon us, but I wonder at what point did this realisation hit you? When you saw the decorations going up in shopping centres - something which always seems to happen way too early (i.e. October)? When you received your first card? In the Church Advent more

  • People Around The Crib Series

    Contributed by Dr. Madana Kumar, Phd on Dec 28, 2007

    This sermon looks at the charecters around the nativity play and how each of them responded to the Good News. It encourages us to self evaluate our responses to Christ

    People Around the Crib This is the Christmas Season and the most familiar scene in any Christian gathering or Christian celebrations is the Nativity Scene. Those of us who have seen many Christmas seasons will well remember the nativity players very well. Today, let us take a look at some more

  • A Christmas Eve Meditation

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Dec 26, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    In simplicity Jesus came and in simplicity we celebrate his birth and our hope.

    Title: A Christmas Eve Meditation Text: Luke 1:1-14 Thesis: In simplicity Jesus came… and in simplicity we celebrate his birth and our hope. Introduction A year ago, Bonnie and I were returning home from visiting our family in Chicago. It was cold and the weather turned bitter. The more

  • Silence Is Golden Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 19, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    Couples, Pt. 7

    SILENCE IS GOLDEN (LUKE 1:5-25) Middle Age is the last laugh before old age is no laughing matter. People in middle-age can identify with his piece of humor titled “Middle Age”: Maybe it’s true that life begins at fifty, but everything else starts to wear out, fall out or spread out. There are more

  • Response To A Sign

    Contributed by Ron Murphy on Dec 19, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    Signs are given to motivate a response, so what response comes from the sign of Christ?

    Introduction: I. Signs of the Season!! II. A Salvation Army women was doing what Salvation Army people do this time of year, she was ringing her bell and collecting money for the needy. A. Shortly she was informed by a policeman that a local ordinance prevented her from ringing her more

  • A Word From God

    Contributed by Don Baggett on Dec 13, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Zacharias, and his wife Elizabeth, were good people. They loved the Lord and attempted to follow after Him with all their heart. They were well thought of people, both being descendants of Aaron; however, there was one major blight on their life: they h

    For several weeks, I have been meditating on the biblical account of Zacharias being approached by the angel Gabriel and given the news about soon to be birth of John The Baptist. The first thing I want to deal with is that angels are real. There is a great deal that we do not know about more

  • Zechariah's Song

    Contributed by Bobby Daniel on Dec 12, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    A Christmas message taught on a Wednesday night this year with parts of the outline influenced by a book called Handfuls of Purpose from 1943.

    Zechariah’s story Luke 1:5-25 Intro: When it comes to the Christmas story, most…if not all of us, probably know the particulars of it by heart. We know about the parents, the manger and the inn keeper. We know all about the shepherds and the heavenly host inviting them to Bethlehem. We even more

  • A Great Miracle

    Contributed by W. Alderman on Dec 8, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    This is a message that shows the importance of the birth of John the Baptist.

    “A GREAT MIRACLE THAT PREFACED THE GREATEST MIRACLE OF THEM ALL” TEXT: Luke 1:1-25 W. Max Alderman INTRODUCTION: The writer of the third Gospel is writing something that would normally not be believed. Luke more

  • Burden Lifting Day Series

    Contributed by Rodney Fry on Dec 6, 2007
    based on 13 ratings

    God’s Prophetic play is always on schedule Some periods seem to witness a faster pace of fulfillment Examples of seemingly slow times Israel in Captivity 400 years The 400 years of silence (between OT & NT) o Examples of swift fulfillment The delive

    Burden Lifting Day Luke 1: 5-17 God’s Prophetic play is always on schedule Some periods seem to witness a faster pace of fulfillment Examples of seemingly slow times Israel in Captivity 400 years The 400 years of silence (between OT & NT) Examples of swift fulfillment The deliverance from more

  • Beginning Again Series

    Contributed by Mark Eberly on Dec 3, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Advent is about preparing for the arrival of Jesus. One couple in the bible was charged with the task of preparing for God’s arrival. But it meant they would begin again.

    Rediscover Christmas Beginning Again Luke 1:5-23 December 2, 2007 This morning we are going to begin our advent series, “Rediscover Christmas!” As we prepare for the arrival of the Messiah of Christ of Jesus, this is a season of preparation. It is the season of getting ready for the coming more

  • Jesus, The One Who Came To Save Us Series

    Contributed by David Rigg on Dec 1, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon incorporates the story of twin brothers to help us see how Jesus came to die for us.

    "Jesus, The One Who Came To Save Us!" LUKE 1: 5-13, 67-75 5 There was in the days of Herod, the king of Judaea, a certain priest named Zacharias, of the course of Abia: and his wife was of the daughters of Aaron, and her name was Elisabeth. [6] And they were both righteous before God, walking more