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  • We Three Kings

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Aug 6, 2012

    It isn’t of matter of knowing who Jesus is; it is a matter of making Him Lord.

    We Three Kings December 20, 2009 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: It isn’t of matter of knowing who Jesus is; it is a matter of making Him Lord. Focus Passage: Matthew 2:1-12 Introduction: What do we know about these men? 1. How more

  • We Three Kings Series

    Contributed by John Sears on Jan 2, 2014
    based on 6 ratings

    At Christmas we all hope to either find or give the perfect gift. But if there was a present under the tree with Jesus' name on it, what would that look like? What would it contain?

    Introduction Now that the gifts are unwrapped; now that the family has come and gone, now that Christmas is over, did you get the perfect gift? When I was child, that seemed like the ultimate question. Each year I hoped I would get that top present on my wish list. And when I shopped for more

  • We Three Kings

    Contributed by Geoffrey Foot on Jan 1, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    We all know the hymn, 'We three kings of orient are..' but do we know the gospel facts underpinning this hymn and the significance of that visit to the child Jesus?

    We 3 kings Matt 2:1-12 When you think of Christmas carols that are appropriate with Epiphany I’m sure you will come up with: “We Three Kings of Orient are. ...” But ironically in just that 1st line of 5 words there are 3 very slight errors but that does NOT subtract from the importance of more

  • We Three Kings Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Jan 22, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Gold, frankincense, and myrrh. But myrrh is not the final gift. The final gift is the one that God has given to us: the death, the sacrifice, the resurrection of Christ and our death, our resurrection into new life … eternal life with Him … a joy past all telling.

    At last … after traveling a thousand miles and enduring countless hardships and obstacles … the caravan reached the gates of Jerusalem. The city began to buzz as the news of their arrival spread … eventually reaching the courts and ears of King Herod. A caravan of magi had travelled all the way more

  • The Magi’s Prescient Gifts

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Dec 12, 2011
    based on 6 ratings

    A brief sermon after giving gifts to all our workers, explaining the meaning behind the gifts of the Magi, using both Scripture and the well known Christmas carol, We Three Kings.

    The Magi’s Prescient Gifts Chuck Sligh December 11, 2011 A PowerPoint presentation for this message is available by emailing me at TEXT: Matthew 2:11 – “And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and more

  • Right God, Wrong Place Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 14, 2014
    based on 24 ratings

    For years I thought the only reason the Wisemen came to Jerusalem was to get directions. But I was wrong. What other possible reason could the Wisemen have had for going there?

    My home church met in a huge building. The main sanctuary had four sections of pews that ran back 12 rows or so and the back section had another 2 sets of pews. Then there were two balconies that ran along the sides of the main area. They said they could seat over 600 people in that building. more

  • The Presents Series

    Contributed by Dave Collins on Nov 22, 2000
    based on 87 ratings

    This sermon will be to show that at the end of their search for the King of the Jews the Magi gave their gifts in worship, and found the perfect Christmas present; that present is still available to us.

    Scripture Reading- Intro: "We three kings"…were they kings? There are conflicting theories regarding that. "Bearing gifts"…they each had a gift and today we'll look at each one means. I. Presented with Gold Anchor verse: Matthew 2:11 The gold represents His royalty. II. Presented more

  • Wise Men Seek A King Series

    Contributed by Rick Burdette on Dec 10, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    Wise Men Seek a King

    SEEKING A SAVIOR - Wise Men Seek a King December 16, 2018 Matthew 2:1-12 (p. 676) Introduction: I’m not sure why but my favorite Christmas song is “We Three Kings.” Don’t get me wrong…“Silent Night” is more awe inspiring and “Away In a Manger” is more poignant…but there’s more

  • Gifts Worthy Of A King

    Contributed by Bobby Mcdaniel on Dec 27, 2003
    based on 14 ratings

    1st Sunday after Christmas, 2003 -- A study of the gifts brought by the Wise Men and how we can today symbolically offer those same gifts to Christ.

    Gifts Worthy of a King 1st Sunday after Christmas, 2003 Scripture Ref: Matthew 2:1-12; 28:18-20 Hebrews 12:28 Additional References: “We Three Kings of Orient Are,” John Henry Hopkins, Jr. The Bible Knowledge Commentary New Bible Dictionary 1. Introduction a. Of the many more

  • Jesus' Two Natures

    Contributed by Dennis Lawrence on Nov 16, 2003
    based on 14 ratings

    Jesus was both fully God and fully human. If he weren’t, you and I are still in our sins!

    Two Natures of Jesus Christian Education Class November, 2003 Christmas is coming. With it, there is lots of focus on many things. Q. What are some things that come to mind when you think of Christmas? (write giant list on the board as students say them.) Of course, one focus- the most more

  • Christmas Candlelight Service

    Contributed by Donald Macon on Dec 10, 2003
    based on 65 ratings

    Simple candlelight service for incorporating the Advent Wreath for non-liturgical/non-traditional denominations. This version targets single adults in the area of Hope but can be modified for the best use of your particular congregation.

    Prelude "O Come All Ye Faithful" - vv 1, 2, & 3 Invocation The Advent Wreath The use of the advent wreath goes back many generations. The term is derived from the Latin word ad ventum, meaning "to come". Though different worship traditions give different symbolic meaning to the candles, we more

  • Christmas Eve

    Contributed by John Beehler on Dec 23, 2002
    based on 27 ratings

    A Christmas Eve sermon about journeys

    Christmas Eve 1. Read Luke 2:1-7 2. “A Journey” a. census done that way now. 1. snarl of traffic 2. planes – movies, meals, snacks, speed, press. Cabins, bathrooms 3. cars – speed, some have vcrs/tvs b. Mary – great with child, riding donkey c. Mothers – last few days more

  • What Are You Giving Jesus?

    Contributed by David Rigg on Jan 7, 2009

    This after-Christmas sermon forces us to examine what we have given to Jesus. A humorous story serves as the uillustration of how we often give Jesus less than what He wants from us.

    What To Give To Jesus Matthew 2:1-12 1 Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, wise men from the East came to Jerusalem, 2saying, "Where is He who has been born King of the Jews? For we have seen His star in the East and have come to worship Him." more

  • How To Become Wise

    Contributed by Roddy Chestnut on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 38 ratings

    Thesis: Wisdom or ignorance is determined by what we do with Jesus.

    Thesis: Wisdom or ignorance is determined by what we do with Jesus. Intro.: 1. There is a tremendous emphasis in today's world on getting an education. a. Many fields require Master's degrees that once needed only HS diplomas. b. People today go through years of study--PS, more

  • Hope For A New Year

    Contributed by Charles Wilkerson on Jan 4, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Facing a new year we can learn from how the Magi visited Jesus

    It is disheartening when someone you’ve respected in their chosen field ends up being nothing more than a lost soul. John Antrobus, a playwright and author, shared a Christmas he spent with Peter Sellers in a December 27 article. He got a call in 1977 inviting him to come over Christmas Day. During more