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  • Jesus The Messianic King-4

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Jan 19, 2021
     | 113 views

    4 of ? Matthew’s audience is provided a telling look at Jesus’ right to Messianic rule. Jesus is uniquely the Messianic King. But ?Why is Jesus uniquely that King? OR...?What makes Jesus uniquely the Messianic King? Jesus is uniquely the Messianic King by...

    JESUS The MESSIANIC KING-IV—Matthew 1:1-17 Attention: Finally Recognized!: Coach Jenkins’ wife yells to her husband, “It's Sports Illustrated on the phone...They want to talk to you!” Her husband, falls all over himself racing to the phone. On the way to the phone, the coach confidently& ...read more

  • Jesus The Messianic King(2020)-3

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Jan 5, 2021
     | 178 views

    3 of ? Matthew’s audience is provided a telling look at Jesus’ right to Messianic rule. Jesus is uniquely the Messianic King. But ?Why is Jesus uniquely that King? OR...?What makes Jesus uniquely the Messianic King? Jesus is uniquely the Messianic King by...

    JESUS The MESSIANIC KING-III—Matthew 1:1-17 Attention: Time To Go: Esther had a heart attack & was taken to the hospital. While on the operating table she had a dream, during which she saw God & asked if this was the end for her. God said, "No" & explained that she had ...read more

  • Repentance

    Contributed by Jim Keegan on Dec 27, 2020
     | 571 views

    Repentance isn’t a one-time change of heart, but it should be an integral part of our spiritual growth. It’s been said that the essential quality of a saint is to have a repentant heart. That requires a sensitive conscience and a teachable spirit.

    “Repentance” Matthew 3:1-12 [Read Mt. 3:1-12] I was once asked to preach a revival at a neighboring church, and when I accepted the host pastor told me, “Don’t hold back. The harder the preaching, the more they like it.” That statement took me by surprise. I’m still not sure if that was true ...read more

  • Jesus The Messianic King(2020)-2

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Dec 17, 2020
     | 322 views

    2 of ? Matthew’s audience is provided a telling look at Jesus’ right to Messianic rule. Jesus is uniquely the Messianic King. But ?Why is Jesus uniquely that King? OR...?What makes Jesus uniquely the Messianic King? Jesus is uniquely the Messianic King by...

    JESUS The MESSIANIC KING-II—Matthew 1:1-17 Attention: A Politically Correct, Legally Safe, Holiday Greeting: Please accept with no obligation, implied or implicit, my best wishes for an environmentally conscious, socially responsible, low stress, non-addictive, gender neutral, celebration of the ...read more

  • Prayer, Politics, Isaiah And Hezekiah Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 14, 2020
     | 273 views

    God took those pottery shards and put together, in the end, a beautiful mosaic, our Gospel tells us, of Joseph, Mary and Jesus.

    December 17 of the 3rd Week in Advent 2020 Today’s Gospel makes no sense unless we know something about the history of God’s relationship with the chosen people, Israel. Genealogies in Scripture always mean more than we modern Americans understand. They always point in some way to the Lord, and ...read more

  • Jesus The Messianic King(2020)-1

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Dec 8, 2020
     | 369 views

    1 of ? Matthew’s audience is provided a telling look at Jesus’ right to Messianic rule. Jesus is uniquely the Messianic King. But ?Why is Jesus uniquely that King? OR...?What makes Jesus uniquely the Messianic King? Jesus is uniquely the Messianic King by...

  • Making A Difference In Our Generation Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Aug 11, 2020
     | 2,254 views

    How can we make a difference in our generation? 1. Focus on family (vs. 1). 2. Go forward in God's grace (vs. 1-6). 3. Pursue our purpose in God's plan (vs. 15-16). 4. Trust God to work today (vs. 17).

    Making a Difference in Our Generation The Gospel of Matthew Matthew 1:1-17 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - December 5, 2012 (Revised August 11, 2020) BACKGROUND: *Tonight we begin a verse by verse study of Matthew, and John Phillips gave this background: "The Gospel of ...read more

  • Pedigree Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Dec 19, 2019
     | 2,322 views

    This Christmas, receive Jesus as your Rightful King; rely on Jesus as your Gracious King; revere Jesus as your Divine King; and hope in Jesus as your Restoring King.

    The manager of a large office noticed a new employee and asked, “What’s your name?” The worker replied, “John.” The manager scowled and said, “Look, I don’t know where you worked before, but I don’t call anyone by their first name. It breeds familiarity and that leads to a breakdown in ...read more

  • Our Confession Of Sin Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 14, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 728 views

    Like Abraham, Jacob and David, and like all of our individual ancestors, we fall short of the mark too often–committing venial sins of omission and commission, and perhaps even total turn-aways from God’s plan.

    Tuesday of the 3rd Week in Advent 2019 Our Confession of Sin I have to admit that this is one of my favorite weekday Masses in the whole Lectionary, because we hear the genealogy of Our Lord Jesus. These old Hebrew names don’t necessarily roll off the tongue, but the list is important, because ...read more

  • Advent - The Fulfilment Of Prophecy Series

    Contributed by Dean Courtier on Dec 9, 2019
    based on 3 ratings
     | 4,593 views

    From Genesis to Malachi, there are over 300 specific prophecies detailing the coming of this anointed one. Advent helps us to remember and celebrate the amazing truth of John 3:16-17.

    Advent - The Fulfilment of Prophecy Today is the second Sunday of Advent, the word Advent comes from the Latin verb ‘venio’ - to come - and ‘advenio’ - to come towards. Advent helps us to remember and celebrate the amazing truth of John 3:16-17, “This is how God loved the world: He gave His one ...read more

  • The Seed Of Abraham Series

    Contributed by Ken Carlson on Dec 2, 2019
     | 1,624 views

    This time of year, people are in search of the perfect Christmas tree. The first Christmas tree, however, is the most important and perfect of all—the family tree of Jesus. This sermon looks at the first person listed in Matthew's genealogy of Jesus: Abraham.

    INTRODUCTION By a show of hands, how many of you have done the Ancestry DNA testing? I did it a few months ago, and they recently updated their database, and with the updated results, I have some questions. I know my family tree goes back to Italy on my mom’s side, and Germany, Ireland, and ...read more

  • Ancestors

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Dec 29, 2018
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,270 views

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

  • God’s Design In Man’s Despair

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Dec 24, 2018
    based on 2 ratings
     | 3,029 views

    Today's Sermon is about how Christmas is God's Design in Man's Despair. It is taken from Jesus's genealogy found in Matthew's Gospel. It looks at how God perfectly ordered history, how God works through sinful man, and that we have to resign from being our own gods.

  • Advent 2018 - The Provenance And Providence Of God Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Dec 7, 2018
     | 2,812 views

    Many people need proof of the authenticity of Jesus the Christ who was born in a manger long ago. Matthew uses the genealogical record of Jesus in order to show Jesus' royal lineage. He also includes some folks in that lineage to show that the heart of the Lord is open to all!

  • "Getting Ready For Christmas: Jesus' Family Tree"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Nov 28, 2018
    based on 2 ratings
     | 3,224 views

    A sermon for the 1st Sunday in Advent.