Sermons from December 2019
Christmas Day John 3:16 On Christmas Day we celebrate a birth 2,000 years ago that promises a life that has endless years. All because God so loved the world, because God so loved you
Christmas Eve The manger was God’s way of saying three things: One – God loves us. Two – God is with us. Three -God offers us forgiveness and eternal life.
Our final candle on the Advent wreath is the Angels’ Candle. We aren’t going to investigate each of those 300+ references, but we’ll get a really good picture of what angels do.
Micah 5:2 The second candle on our Advent Wreath reminds us of an O, so little town. Little in size, but huge when it comes to our salvation history. It’s the prophet Micah who reports this town as God the Father’s selection as the birthplace of his Son, even though that wouldn’t take place for another 700 years: “But you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, though you are small among the clans of Judah, out of you will come for me one who…
Advent 1 Isaiah 9:2-7 Today the Prophecy Candle was lit. The prophets were God’s OT writers and readers of the Word. God used the prophets to give constant information about the coming Savior. One of the most famous OT prophets was Isaiah.