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  • The Preexistence Of Christ

    Contributed by Kevin Higgins on Feb 5, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    Three things we can know about Christ in His preexistence.

  • The Pre-Existence Of Christ

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Aug 3, 2005
    based on 74 ratings

    How can we witness to others of the Life of Christ, unless we are sure that we know it for ourselves. Christ did not life for only 33 years on earth. Christ was and is still alive today.

  • The Deity Of Christ

    Contributed by Aarron Ellerman on Jan 11, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    The Gospel of John begins with establishing the pre-existent deity of Christ.

    John 1:1-5 “The Deity of Christ” I. In the Beginning (1) • John wants to make sure that before we begin to talk about what Jesus taught or the sacrifice He came to make; we must first understand who Jesus really is  High Christology • “In the Beginning” what do you think about ...read more

  • The Beginning

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Sep 15, 2013
    based on 9 ratings

    The preexistence of God and the plurality of His Persons. The order of Creation, and the presence of God's wisdom.

    THE BEGINNING Genesis 1:1-2:3 "In the beginning God" implies that God existed before the beginning of time. No mere thing existed before the beginning, but only God. There is no duality, no struggle between equal forces of good and evil: just God. Yet we see God in community with Himself. ...read more

  • The Most Eloquent Word In History

    Contributed by Johnny Wilson on Aug 14, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    At the start of the letter to the Hebrews, God speaks the most eloquent possible Word to humankind. Several Greek words help us understand the miracle of Jesus as the Christ.

    God’s Most Eloquent Message Text: Hebrews 1:1-4 Did you ever read the advertising copy or fine print about certain automobile tires? Would it ring a bell to suggest that these tires were manufactured for extra durability from the most advanced polymers? Advanced polymers—a mixture of compounds ...read more

  • Christmas Message Series

    Contributed by Johnny Palmer on Dec 17, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Merry Christmas and beyond.

    A Christmas Message that keeps on Giving - Pre-existence. Intro: 1. It is not possible to stress the importance of knowing who Jesus Christ is too much. He is the basis of our faith. I thought it would be good to go beyond a little baby Jesus sermon and in the coming messages give you the ...read more

  • The Word - In The Beginning With God Series

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Dec 6, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    First in a Christmas Series based on John 1. Focus of this message is the Pre-Existence of Christ.

    The Eternal Word Becomes Flesh THE WORD: IN THE BEGINNING WITH GOD John 1:1-2 Rev. Todd G. Leupold Perth Bible Church Sunday, 12/2/07 AM INTRODUCTION: I think this year, we should start off our Season with a Christmas Quiz (Brian Bill, sermoncentral.com). Don’t stress, it’s just ...read more

  • Of Tents And Timeless Worlds

    Contributed by Matthew Everhard on Apr 26, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    A theological inquiry into the divine nature of Jesus Christ; His glorious pre-existence in the godhead and his condescension to human flesh.

    �Of Tents and Timeless Worlds� by Matthew Everhard. A sermon on John 1:1-18. Originally preached at Hudson Presbyterian Church on March 25th 2007. The Prince: Soren Kierkegaard the Danish theologian tells a story about a certain kingdom with a handsome prince. Now the prince was searching ...read more

  • Always And Forever Series

    Contributed by Jon Lipka on Jul 8, 2014

    God's love for us is eternal, preexisting our own lives. It does not change as we change but is eternal, whatever the consequences and judgment upon us will be.

    We’re drawing to a close on this season of Lent, and today we move into Holy Week, when we remember the events leading up to, and through, the crucifixion of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This truly should be a holy week, during which we especially focus our efforts on almsgiving, prayer, ...read more

  • The God Of Genesis Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Ken Henson on Jul 5, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Our God is Creator He Continues with New Creation His creative power is reason for Praise His pre-existence is provides Him power to predict Because He created the cosmos, He is able to keep a covenant

    Illustration: [SLIDE 2] Two little boys were excessively mischievous. They were always getting into trouble and their parents knew that if any mischief occurred in their town their sons were probably involved. The boys’ mother heard that a pastor in town was good at disciplining children, so ...read more

  • Why Did Jesus Say He’s Not A Judge?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Mar 18, 2014

    A look at two short verses where Jesus says He wasn't appointed a judge. Why did He say that? This leads us to a larger discussion of the dangers of coming to Jesus with a pre-existing agenda.

    A CONFUSING STATEMENT: Why does Jesus say He’s not a judge? - Luke 12:13. - This is an odd statement by Jesus. Why does He say that He was not appointed a judge between them? - It’s important to read the full sentence. Jesus doesn’t say, “I am not a judge” ...read more

  • God's Creative Work Explained Series

    Contributed by Bruce Montgomery on Apr 28, 2008

    The creation of the heavens and the earth (including the existence of matter itself, it’s organization, and the origin and development of life) wasn’t out of preexisting energy or matter, but was brought into existence by God out of nothing by God speakin

    God’s Creative Work Explained Genesis 1:2 – 2:3 By Dr. R Bruce Montgomery Last week: Ge. 1:1 God’s creative work declared: “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” Summary statement The author goes on and gives an explanation of how he did it beginning in verse 2. Not ...read more

  • The Eternal Christ

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Nov 28, 2005
    based on 101 ratings

    How does the fact of the pre-existence of Christ affect us personally? 1. It means that Jesus is God and has the power to help. 2. It means God cares for us. 3. It means there is a plan.

  • A Lot At Stake Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 28, 2011
    based on 2 ratings

    Biblical truth is easily misunderstood, especially when people have pre-existing agendas. The early church had to grapple with controversy and theological confusion, just as we do today.The issue at hand was this: do gentiles have to first become Jews bef

    A Lot At Stake (Acts 15:1-5) 1. This past week, the heating contractor came in to service the boiler that heats this auditorium. 2. My instructions. Turn off Wed. night. Best way: a single-fuse fuse box in boiler room. 3. But there were complications; the Security company called…11:30 ...read more

  • Logos Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 23, 2014

    John 1:1-5, shows how Christ is the complete embodiment and fulfillment of the Word of God. He is the Word as seen from 1) His Preexistence (John 1:1-2), 2 His Creative power (John 1:3), and 3) His self-existence (John 1:4-5).

    Today, we say that talk is cheap. We live in a time where people tend not to do what they say they will do. We generally don’t expect politicians to do what they say. Advertisers will often exaggerate claims in order to sell products. We are accustomed to extensive wavers of liability that ...read more