There is a danger from viewing the sweetness of a Christmas pageant where all our children are so fresh-faced and adorable and everything is so clean and neat and nice, and the lighting is just right, the costumes so well done, and the staging so powerful, and the music so inspiring, that we can subconsciously think that this is the way it really was.
Text: Matthew 2:7-12Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
We begin with the words of Flannery O’Connor: “The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it.” […]
Text: Matthew 2:1-6Sermon Series: The Last Days According to Jesus
This is Christmas Eve. Even though there is no command in the New Testament to celebrate Christmas, we happily join […]
Text: Hebrews 6:18-20Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
We live in a day when Christmas has become a controversial holiday. If you doubt that statement, just try putting […]
Text: Hebrews 1:1-3
Our text tells us how to celebrate Christmas. In its most literal sense, this passage describes the various responses of […]
Text: Luke 2:17-20Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
“If I had not come” (John 15:22). “But when the time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of […]
Text: John 15:22; Galatians 4:4
Have you ever wondered when Christmas began? I’m not referring to the celebration of Jesus’ birth on December 25 because […]
Text: John 1:14Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
It’s amazing how simple some things really are. Take the Bible, for instance. At first glance, it’s an intimidating book […]
Text: John 1:10-13Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
He came for you. Do you believe that?
Text: Luke 2:8-11Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
Are you with Herod or with the Wise Men?
Text: Matthew 2:16-18Sermon Series: Christmas Messages