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  • The Nazarene

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Feb 2, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    Jesus "fills full" the prophecies that Messiah would be a Nazarene and a light to the Gentiles. His place of birth and service is part of his humiliation as God reached down to lift us up.

    Matthew 2__19-23 The Nazarene "Jesus of Nazareth" Jesus moved from Bethlehem in Judea to Nazareth in Galilee with a stopover in Egypt. Saying you are from Nazareth is a bit like saying you live in Shelbyville or Knightstown. You aren’t living in a place known for its class or more

  • Flee To Egypt

    Contributed by Carl Benge on Jan 5, 2008

    Following God

    In today’s Gospel reading, we are taken on a twelve-year journey in the life of Jesus in a just a few lines. Joseph and his family have been forced to leave Bethlehem to leave Judea in order escape the wrath of King Herod. This has lead to a lot of speculation over what took place during those more

  • Finding Out Who Really Cares Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 6, 2008

    Who really cares? NOT those who are full of fear, like Herod. But those who believe from the beginning and who give gifts for the future, like the wise men; and those who sacrifice to protect, like Joseph.

    Some people have friends. Some people have enemies. Most people have acquaintances. But everybody has people you do business with. The people you do business with -- usually, that’s not an intimate relationship. It’s distant, it’s limited to transactions. We deal with people who may not even more

  • The King Of Kings Series

    Contributed by Scott Kircher on Dec 21, 2008
    based on 25 ratings

    There are worldly kings trying to battle against the King of kings and His kingdom as demonstrated by Herod’s attempts to fight against the newborn king and His Kingdom. What can we learn from this battle between kings for our own lives today?

    The King of kings The Battle between kings The purpose for the battle Selfish ambition vs. Sacrificial atonement The weapons of the battle Military might vs. Heavenly Help The results of the battle Empty & False victory vs. Eternal & Fulfilling Victory Slide I always love seeing the more

  • Matthew 2 Joseph's Difficult Road Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Aug 3, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Many times we think of Mary’s role in the birth of Jesus, but Matthew records the difficult road Joseph had to travel in protecting this little life that the enemy wanted to snuff out.

    Have you noticed that the first chapters of Matthew are really Joseph’s story? Luke records Mary’s version of events and has her genealogy, but Matthew one is Joseph’s lineage, and her in Chapter 2 we find God again speaking to Joseph about caring for the safety of the Messiah. As a father, the more

  • "Nazarene"

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Sep 28, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    10/11ths of Jesus’ earthly sojourn was spent in obscurity in Nazareth. What do we learn from this?

    “But when Herod died, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared in a dream to Joseph in Egypt, and said, 20 “Get up, take the Child and His mother, and go into the land of Israel; for those who sought the Child’s life are dead.” 21 So Joseph got up, took the Child and His mother, and came into the more

  • Seeking The King

    Contributed by Stephen Smarowsky on Feb 10, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    How convenient does God have to be for you to Seek Him?

    Matthew 2 The Visit of the Magi (Wise men) (v.1-12) - (v.1-2) Magi (Wise men) were a group of scholars who studied the stars. - The text does not reveal to us how many there actually were. They would usually travel in caravans. - The Magi would most likely be robbed if they traveled in more

  • Jesus: The One Who Can Empathize With Our Hurts Series

    Contributed by Joe La Rue on Feb 6, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    An examination of Matthew’s description of Jesus as the fulfillment of what was said by the prophets, "He shall be called a Nazarene," and what that means for us today.

    TITLE - Jesus: The One Who Can Empathize With Our Hurts SERIES - Matthew’s Portrait of Jesus As The Fulfillment of God’s Promises (Sermon #3) TEXT - Matthew 2:19–23 DATE PREACHED - February 8, 2009 COPYRIGHT © JOE LA RUE, 2009 ALL RIGHTS more

  • Why Should We Celebrate Christ’s Birth?

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Dec 26, 2009

    In our society you can’t even utter the word "Christmas" in many circles. Why not just do away with it?

    Have you noticed that a lot of stores are now open on Christmas Day? At one large grocery store chain, they told their employees that the reason they now open on Christmas is that only about 30% of Americans are Christians so why not? In our culture, especially in the last few years, the word more

  • The Wise Still Seek, The World Still Hates, And God Still Saves Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Dec 26, 2009
    based on 10 ratings

    The fourth and final sermon in a Christmas sermon series

    The Wise Still Seek, the World Still Hates, and God Still Saves Text: Matthew 2:1-23 By: Ken McKinley (Read Text) We know from our text that Jesus wasn’t born in the year “Zero”. He was probably born around 6 or 5 B.C. we know this because Herod was still king when Jesus was born and Herod more

  • Jesus' Father Is Our Father

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Feb 27, 2021

    Since Jesus' Father is our Father. This means God our Father always protects. God our Father always provides.

    JESUS’ FATHER IS OUR FATHER (Outline) January 3, 2021 - Christmas 2 - MATTHEW 2:13-23 INTRO.: Our text today reminds about the very special relationship God the Father has with his children. Earthly family relationships can be strained at times. Emotions interfere. Misunderstandings more

  • Trusting God When Times Are Tough

    Contributed by Rian Adams on Jan 20, 2020

    The season after Christmas can be blah. All the excitement is gone and we're left with the emotional crash after. This sermon speaks to how we can trust God when times are tough.

    Trusting God When Times Are Tough: The Christmas Hangover Have you ever had a hangover? I hear they can be rough. You know the story… the night before, you felt alive. You even loved everyone. Then you wake the next morning, and you can't say for sure, but you might be dead. Once in a while, more

  • There Is Hope For Your Future Series

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Mar 15, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    In Jesus' flight to Egypt and return from Egypt we see several powerful truths that let us know that there is indeed hope for our future.

    There Is Hope For Your Future Matthew 2:13-23 Good morning MGCC! HEY – as we begin I want to share some good news with you, in fact, it is great news. Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by more

  • His Grace Is Enough

    Contributed by David Elvery on May 7, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon looking back at God’s goodness in the past year and his promise for provision in the next

    His Grace is Enough – Ps 121, Matt 2:1-23. Gladstone Baptist Church – 31/12/06 am 1. Last year we have seen God Grace – he provided for & protected us. <How has God provided for you in 2006?> We serve a wonderfully kind and gracious God. Do you agree with me. He is a God who cares for us more

  • Christmas Series Christmas Party: The Protestors Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Dec 11, 2019

    In the midst of the birth of Jesus, not everyone was happy. Not everyone marveled at what they heard. Not everyone judged the Son of God being born as a baby as a good, holy, and righteous event.

    CHRISTMAS SERIES CHRISTMAS PARTY: THE PROTESTORS MATTHEW 2:1-23, #ChristmasParty CHRISTMAS SERIES 12/1 Christmas Party: The Angels 12/8 Christmas Party: The Shepherds 12/15 Christmas Party: The Protesters (Herod) 12/22 Christmas Party: The Birthday Boy INTRODUCTION… Not Everyone Likes more