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  • The Whakapapa Of Jesus

    Contributed by Michael Treston on Jun 10, 2001
    based on 64 ratings
     | 1,878 views

    how Jesus’ geneology (whakapapa) reveals his nature

    MATTHEW 1 - verses 1 to 17. The whakapapa of Jesus. Today we are going to continue on the advent theme by looking at Matthews account of the birth of the Christ child. Matthew starts his account with a geneology If we are being honest with ourselves many of us would never had read this ...read more

  • Jesus Family Tree

    Contributed by Marc Bertrand on Nov 30, 2002
    based on 87 ratings
     | 13,458 views

    A look at the four women appearing in the genealogy of Jesus and why they are there.

    The Christmas (Family) Tree of Jesus Preaching Passage: Matthew 1:1-17 Sermonic Process: Analytical I. Charlie Brown didn’t have much of an eye for trees. But then are there really any perfect Christmas trees out there. Strange how a tree that looks so good in the lot can suddenly develop ...read more

  • Strange Land, Foreign Land, Promised Land Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Dec 1, 2002
    based on 24 ratings
     | 3,192 views

    A poetic, impressionistic rendering of Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus, presented by two readers in dialogue

    Every day is unique, every time is new. Never before have these same things happened, never again will this moment come. But the one who made this day, the one who is ever new, knows this moment. And knew that moment in which all things would be fulfilled. Each day is a gift. And ...read more

  • What's In Your Family Tree? Series

    Contributed by Bob Briggs on Dec 4, 2002
    based on 44 ratings
     | 4,246 views

    This is the first message in a series through the Book of Matthew

    What’s In Your Family Tree? Have you ever been around people who seem to chatter on and on and in the end, you wonder what they said? Or heard people who have the appearance of knowledge yet when you check it out discover though it sounded right, it was off base? In the first century ...read more

  • God's Purpose Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on May 11, 2003
    based on 34 ratings
     | 6,949 views

    This is the 5th study in the study "God Is On The Job". This study looks at God’s over all purpose being fulfilled.

    GOD’S PURPOSE Ruth 4:13-22 Through my years of school, I have taken many history classes. One of the things that always interested me was in trying to figure out if any of those famous people were in my family line. I remember one day talking to my Mamma, my dad’s mother, about her parents ...read more

  • Grace That Is Greater

    Contributed by Jeremy Houck on Aug 28, 2003
    based on 67 ratings
     | 10,496 views

    God’s grace is shown in the fact that He would allow Jesus to be born through the line of Judah. Taken from Jim Cymbala’s book Fresh Faith.

    If you would turn your Bibles to the very first page of the New Testament, where the opening lines say, A record of the genealogy of Jesus Christ the son of David, the son of Abraham: Abraham was the father of Isaac, Isaac the father of Jacob, Jacob the father of Judah and his brothers, Judah ...read more

  • The Gracious King Series

    Contributed by Bruce Ritter on May 20, 2002
    based on 125 ratings
     | 6,404 views

    There are 3 proofs of His right to royalty in Matthew 1: His Coming, His Claim, & His Character.

    The Gracious King A Study of Matthew’s Gospel Matthew 1:1-17 A crown, a robe, or a scepter usually identifies kingly royalty. King James V of Scotland would on occasion lay aside the royal robe of king and put on the simple robe of a peasant. In such a disguise, he was able to move freely ...read more

  • The Virgin Birth Of Jesus Christ

    Contributed by Gary Huckaby on Jan 29, 2003
    based on 99 ratings
     | 12,644 views

    There is a controversy in our world today concerning this major Bible doctrine. Upon this doctrine lay the truth of how God was able to become like sinful mankind, yet without sin.

    A Sermon For You A Ministry of Huckaby’s Evangelism Todays Sermon Title THE VIRGIN BIRTH OF JESUS CHRIST By- Evangelist Gary L. Huckaby D.D. Matthew 1:1, and 17. Verse 1, "The book of the generation of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham." Verse 17, "So all the ...read more

  • 2 - Matthew’s Genealogy Of Jesus

    Contributed by Sterling Franklin on Jan 19, 2002
    based on 55 ratings
     | 5,046 views

    Jesus’ Genealogy is like a sine wave! Some cool points about Jesus’ Genealogy in the account of the apostle Matthew.

    > Matthew’s Genealogy of Jesus < Matthew was a tax collector of Jewish descent. He wrote this Gospel with a main focus to a Jewish audience. Old Testament prophecies are mentioned in Matthew’s Gospel when the prophecies are fulfilled (He does this 9 times in this Gospel). Parallel to some ...read more

  • The "White" Sheep Of The Family

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Jan 2, 2003
    based on 34 ratings
     | 3,590 views

    We need grace, just like Jesus’ family.

    THE “WHITE” SHEEP OF THE FAMILY Matthew 1:1-17 S: Salvation Th: The Need of Salvation Pr: We need grace, just like Jesus’ family. ?: Why? KW: Illustrations TS: We will find in Matthew 1:1-17 Five Illustrations that demonstrate the same need of grace in our lives. The ...read more

  • God Doesn't Accept Excuses

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Nov 1, 2003
    based on 46 ratings
     | 7,253 views

    3 Reasons from the genalogy of Jesus, why God won’t accept our excuses.

    GOD DOESN’T ACCEPT EXCUSES ** Erika’s testimony My friends, it doesn’t matter what your background is like, it doesn’t matter what mistakes you’ve made; God will forgive and can help you, so He doesn’t accept excuses. Each one of the Gospels was written by a different writer, for a ...read more

  • What I Learned From Jesus' Mothers

    Contributed by Don Hawks on May 8, 2002
    based on 84 ratings
     | 6,878 views

    Today’s lesson for this Mothers day worship service is "What I Learned from Jesus’ Mothers"—yes that’s right Jesus had more than one mother.

    (Powerpoint presentation and audience outline accompanies this message). Slide 1 Happy Mothers Day to you from BUMC. If you are a mother or have been like a mother to someone please stand so we can recognize you. Today’s lesson for this worship service is What I Learned from Jesus’ ...read more

  • Our Part In The Family Tree Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Jul 4, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,261 views

    Matthew's genealogy of Jesus shows that all of us can serve Jesus in the present regardless of our past.

    I think that most of us instinctively understand the importance of beginnings in our lives. As we embark on our journey through the life of Jesus, we’ll find that His beginnings had tremendous impact on his life here on earth and a significant influence on His ministry. So we’re ...read more

  • Birth Of A King

    Contributed by Richard Arthur on Feb 15, 2011
     | 2,962 views

    Nothing in the Bible is unimportant, if it were, why would God have it there?

    The birth of a King I know it’s about a month ago that we celebrated Christmas but I thought that we could do with a bit of a refresher course on King Jesus. And discuss The reason why Mathew starts in the book of Mathew with Jesus’ lineage and why the Jews were tenacious regarding ...read more

  • The Line Of A King Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Nov 19, 2001
    based on 484 ratings
     | 15,824 views

    This is the 1st sermon in the series "Christmas Surprises". This sermon looks at the 4 women listed in the genealogy of Jesus in Matthew 1.

    Sunday Morning November 25, 2001 Bel Aire Baptist Church Series: Christmas Surprises [#1] THE LINE OF A KING? Matthew 1:1-17 Introduction: Through my many years of school, I have taken many history classes. One of the things that always interested me was in trying to figure out if any ...read more