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  • 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.

  • He Was First A Refugee.

    Contributed by Mark Van Cuylenburg on Jan 4, 2021

    As long as there are wars there will always be refugees from wars. How do we receive refugees?

  • 1st Sunday After Christmas - The Flight To Egypt

    Contributed by Tim Walker on Dec 25, 2020
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    This sermon gives us an understanding of why we have no reason to fear the future.

    1st Sunday After Christmas The Flight to Egypt Matthew 2: 1-23 The story of countless innocent babies being murdered is how the Christmas story ends. We often don't include that as part of the Christmas reading or Christmas plays because it just wouldn't fit. We'd rather not think more

  • God's Hope Will Get You Through The Hardest Times Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Sep 22, 2020
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    God wants to give you: 1. The hope of His protection (vs. 13). 2. The hope of His purpose (vs. 13-14). 3. The hope of His prophecy (vs. 14-23). 4. The hope that overcomes our pain (vs. 16-18).

    God's Hope Will Get You through the Hardest Times The Gospel of Matthew Matthew 2:13-23 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - December 26, 2012 (Revised September 22, 2020) BACKGROUND: *Please open your Bibles to Matthew 2, as we take another look at the story of the Wise Men. And 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

  • Jesus As Refugee

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Dec 25, 2019

    Mistreatment of others is part of every nation’s history. Let’s recognize humanity’s mistreatment of foreigners and innocent children, and Jesus as the world’s only hope, in Matthew 2:13-23.

  • Who Could Do Such A Thing?

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Dec 24, 2019
    based on 2 ratings

    Why is there evil?

    Who Could Do such a Thing? Matthew 2:13-23 This passage is certainly one of the most troubling in the New Testament. There are two parts to this passage. The one is how God warned Joseph to flee Bethlehem and later warns him not to come back there from Egypt because of Archelaus Herod’s son, but more

  • Herod The Not So Great

    Contributed by Ron Hietsch on Dec 20, 2019

    Herod's God was himself. Herod loved Herod. He would do anything to keep his job. His audience of one was not God but the Roman Caesar

    Jesus told a parable to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous and treated others with contempt. Two men went up to the Temple to pray. One was a Pharisee and the other a tax collector The Pharisee - keeping his distance from the tax collector -- thanked God that he was not like 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

  • Holy Family

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Dec 4, 2019

    For a holy and healthy family, there is a need to identify which of the functional principals a family needs to counter any dysfunctional tendencies.

    In the Bible, and among many of the Saints, family life was messy, and this actually was the raw material that God’s grace used to form holy people. Yet, for a holy and healthy family, there is a need to identify which of the functional principals a family needs to counter any dysfunctional more

  • Herod's Story

    Contributed by Ken Carlson on Dec 30, 2018

    In Matthew 2:13-23, we see the Christmas story through the lens of Herod the Great. In this passage we learn that when Jesus was born, hope entered our world!

    MATTHEW 2:13-23 INTRODUCTION I hope you all had a very merry Christmas. And I’m sure most if you did. • But maybe some of you didn’t. • Maybe the much-sung words of "have a Holly jolly Christmas" wouldn't describe this time of year for you. • Maybe you wouldn’t describe this season more

  • Blood May Be Thicker Than Water But Love Is Thicker Than Blood Series

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Dec 29, 2018

    In the stress of our modern families what can we learn from the family that was Joseph, Mary and Jesus?

  • Out Of Egypt, Again

    Contributed by David Ward on Dec 28, 2018
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    A message on obedience in the face of opposition

  • After Christmas - Then What? Series

    Contributed by Walter Swaim on Dec 28, 2018

    Those in the true ancient story of the first Christmas were forever altered by it and their lives centered around the One whom it is all about.

  • "After Christmas... Now What?”

    Contributed by Bubot Parago on Dec 25, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    The purpose of these Christmas stories, as recorded by the authors of the gospels, is to remind us that the silent, holy night of unnatural calm that we celebrate on Christmas is really the point of the eye of the storm.