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  • Advent 5: Jesus Is Lord PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Dec 1, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon explores how we can emulate the shepherds' faith-filled response to the birth of Christ, by hearing, heeding, and honoring God's message. Key

    Good morning, beloved. What a blessing it is to gather together in this sacred space, to bask in the light of God's love, and to share in the communion of His Word. Today, we find ourselves standing on the cusp of a grand narrative, a story that is as old as time itself, yet as fresh and as vibrant more

  • Sharing Your Faith: Situational Evangelism

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Oct 7, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    People without Christ are eternally lost. Lost people matter to God. Lost people should matter to us.

    Sharing Your Faith: Situational Evangelism 10/30/05 AM Reading: Luke 2:1-11 Introduction Anybody know any Chicago White Sox fans? Chances are if any were around you they made themselves known this past week! (For those of you who may not know, the Sox recently won the World Series of Baseball for more

  • The Message Of Christmas

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Feb 1, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    A Christmas sermon for 2009 preached the Sunday following at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, Audubon, Iowa.

    In the Christmas gospel, we are given a word picture of that first Nativity Scene in the stable in Bethlehem. It’s a picture that has been burned into the minds of Christians and non-Christians alike. Some of you might even have one set up in your yard or in your home. We have one set up outside more

  • Christmas Hands

    Contributed by O. K. Neal on Feb 9, 2010

    Short message on Christmas and Easter

    Christmas Hands Luke 2:1-21 Have you ever thought about your hands? They separate us from all animals except the monkeys and apes We have a thumb; others do not With that thumb, we can make and use tools; others cannot Because of tools, we can make and use automobiles, huge buildings and more

  • The Questions Of Christmas Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Oct 18, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Christmas brought three questions which every person needed to deal with as they encountered the Christ child. Christmas isn’t so much about what God has done for us as it is about our response to the Christ child and to these questions.

    The Questions of Christmas Luke 2:8-20 It’s tough to miss Christmas if you live in America today. We hear the ads on the radio and TV, see the lighted houses and buildings, the decorated yards in our neighborhoods, and the displays inside every store remind us Christmas is coming in case we’ve more

  • God Of The Overlooked Series

    Contributed by Alvin Hathaway, Sr. on Mar 16, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    The God of the oppressed is also the God of the overlooked and that God’s love is encompassing, God’s love is embracing, and God’s love is enduring.

    God of the Overlooked Luke 2: 8-15 Luke 2:10 “I bring you good news of great joy” Over thirty years ago, Dr. James Cone, Professor at Union Theological Seminary in New York, wrote a breakthrough book in Black Theology called “God of the Oppressed.” This book catapulted Dr. Cone to the more

  • What Would You Do If You Saw An Angel

    Contributed by David Elvery on May 6, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Christmas Sermon on the Shepherds

    “What would you do if you saw an angel – Luke 2:8-19” Gladstone Baptist Church – 17/12/06 pm 1. The Shepherds were minding their own business. When the reality of that first Christmas was shown to them in spectacularly vivid colour. This is what it is like for many of us when the truth of God more

  • Church This Christmas, Why Not?

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Dec 2, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    A short sermon on Jesus place in our lives and a challange to a group of young mainly non-believers from a SA programme to attend church this Christmas.

    Read Luke 2: 8-12 As we enter the season of advent, we think of Jesus this cute baby wrapped in swaddling clothes, in a stable in a place with a nice name, visited by the shepherds and the wise men and angels. The Christmas cards we have been brought up with show that it may have been snowing more

  • Why The Shepherds?

    Contributed by Vernon L Caruthers on Dec 15, 2009
    based on 31 ratings

    This is a Christmas sermon that centers around the shepherds & their response to the angel’s message of the birth of JESUS.

    Sermon: Why the Shepherds? Scripture Ref: Luke 2:8-20 Introduction: This is the SEASON of STORIES & I LOVE STORIES; especially STORIES about CHILDREN who begin to WORK all of us as we APPROACH the CHRISTMAS SEASON. I thought that was OVER WITH when MY CHILDREN GREW UP but I found that more

  • Blown Away By Shepherds

    Contributed by Joe Adaline on Dec 12, 2009
    based on 10 ratings

    The Alpha and Omega came to my neighborhood, he came to my block. He came from the marbled halls of Heaven to live with man, to live in me!

    Blah! Blah! Blah! How many of our messages are just words? How many just reflect our church view or our own worldview? How often is it just taken from a lexicon, a commentary a footnote from somewhere? No! When we preach, we must hear from God! We must hear from the book! And we must be more

  • A Time Of Reconciliation Series

    Contributed by David Rumley on Dec 20, 2009

    Learning from the heralding messages of the Angels to the Shepherds. In this last of four messages we learn about the third and final herald of the Angels. A message of peace and goodwill to all men! This series concept and some material based on Rick W

    Purpose of Christmas Part 4: A Time for Reconciliation Luke 2: 8 Now there were in the same country shepherds living out in the fields, keeping watch over their flock by night. 9 And behold, an angel of the Lord stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone more

  • Jesus Is Known By Many Names

    Contributed by Ronald Harbaugh on Dec 21, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    A Poetic sermon for Christmas eve, based on Luke’s story of the nativity

    Christmas Eve December 24, 2009 Luke 2: 1-20 Grace be unto you and peace, from God our Father and from our Lord, Jesus Christ. Amen. Let us pray: Gracious Christ, babe at Bethlehem, who is also Lord of lords and king of kings, enable us to praise you, not more

  • Christmas Not Like Bethlehem

    Contributed by Andrew Drummond on Dec 16, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    Every Christian needs to understand that what we celebrate on Dec. 25th looks nothing like Bethlehem. What can we do to make is all about Jesus?

    Another Christmas, some of us have had more than others. There is hustle and bustle happening all around us, chestnuts roasting on the open fire and Christmas lights illuminating the dark nights. Does it feel like Christmas to you? Now we all know that Christmas celebrations as we know them have more

  • Shine Christmas Eve 2009

    Contributed by John Gullick on Dec 16, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon that attempts to use a modern approach to Christmas eve

    Shine .The common candle for years has been the traditional symbol for christmas. Choirs sing by candlelight and Christ the light of the world is lauded as the baby who became the saviour. Angels from heaven bathed in a sky lit by the glory of the Lord worshipping and praising God. It reads like more

  • Seasoning Your Glorying Series

    Contributed by Charles Wilkerson on Nov 9, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Fourth in the series but preached Christmas Eve. How do we glorify our Lord in all he does

    Peter Loughman is one of the pastors at First Pres. Anchorage, he writes that his wife committed a horrendous mistake their first Christmas as husband and wife. What she did was rip open her gift. Doesn’t sound too bad does it? Until you realize, as Peter explains, "Mom’s way of gift wrapping was more