Sermons on Seasonal
Text: Matthew 21:1-19 Main Point: Jesus is not only the promised Messianic King, he is the authoritative judge of his people.
Text: Matthew 2:1-12 God works in all things to make his Son known and worshiped.
Text: Matthew 1:18-25 Main Idea: Jesus’ miraculous birth substantiates his Messianic mission.
Text: Matthew 1:1-17
Text: Matthew 28:1-7 Some people will never be persuaded that Jesus Christ is both fully man and fully God who can provide forgiveness of sins and give new life to the sinner unless they see convincing proof that that is possible. What kind of convincing proof is needed? Easter teaches us that when it comes to proof, the empty tomb of Jesus is enough. Read all about it in Matthew 28:1-7.
Text: Luke 3:23-38
Text: Luke 2:8-18 “Silent night; Holy night; all is calm; all is bright…” But was it so silent? In part of the Christmas story found in Luke 2:8-18, we find that it’s hard to keep silent when you are excited about some good news.
“The Lightlings” Children’s Chistmas Play (No sermon today)
Text: Luke 2:1-7; Matthew 2:1-12, 16-18 Have you ever missed Christmas? Every year, many people miss Christmas, but for a variety of reasons. You might even miss Christmas even if you are at home for the Holidays with family or friends. Today we think of a couple of people who were around that first Christmas when Jesus was born, yet they missed Christmas. Let’s learn from them.
Text: Isaiah 9:6 There are over 200 recorded names of Jesus in the Bible, and all of them reveal something special about him. Five of them are mentioned in Isaiah 9:6, a special prophetic birth announcement given by the prophet Isaiah over 700 years before the first Advent of Jesus. These names also point to the Second Advent of our Lord that we are to expect.