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Born of a Virgin

Christmas is an amazing time of year. Yesterday I ran across a statement that sums it up: “Isn’t it amazing […]

Text: Isaiah 7:14; Matthew 1:23
Sermon Series: Christ BC
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A Prophet Like Moses

Here’s a Help Wanted ad you may find interesting: Spokesman needed for international firm. No experience necessary, no education required. […]

Text: Deuteronomy 18:15-19
Sermon Series: Christ BC
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Seed of the Woman

“And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; he will crush your […]

Text: Genesis 3:15
Sermon Series: Christ BC
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Christ B.C. Part IV: Born of a Virgin

The Virgin Birth was never meant to stand alone. It is not a random truth plucked from thin air. God never says, “Pick and choose what you want to believe.” The story of Jesus is a seamless garment woven by the Holy Spirit. Take out his miraculous birth and you have ripped the whole garment to shreds.

Text: Isaiah 7:14, Matthew 1:23
Sermon Series: Christ BC
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Christ B.C. Part III: A Prophet Like Moses

The evidence is clear and even overwhelming. Jesus is the Prophet like Moses promised in Deuteronomy 18. He is the ultimate fulfillment of a promise made 1500 years before his birth. What does this fulfillment signify for us today? Why should it matter to us that Jesus is the great Prophet sent by God?

Text: Deuteronomy 18:15-19
Sermon Series: Christ BC
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Christ B.C. Part II: Lamb of God

You need a Lamb! It must meet all the requirements laid out by God in Exodus 12. The lamb must die. And you must apply the blood to the doorposts of your heart. That is, you must trust in the blood for the forgiveness of your sins. Where will you find such a lamb? Look to the Cross! Gaze upon the blooding form of the Son of God! Behold the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world! Jesus is the Lamb you need. He is God’s Lamb for your sin.

Text: Exodus 12; John 1:29
Sermon Series: Christ BC
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Christ B.C. Part I: Seed of the Woman

This is the first promise given after the Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. It is also the first gospel sermon ever preached on the face of the earth. Theologians call it the protoevangelium–or first gospel. These words spoken by God contain the first promise of redemption in the Bible. Everything else in the Bible flows from these words in Genesis 3:15. As the acorn contains the mighty oak, so these words contain the entire plan of salvation.

Text: Genesis 3:15
Sermon Series: Christ BC