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Jesus, Fulfiller of God’s Word
Jesus, Fulfiller of God’s WordJesus is the embodiment of every promise God has made. Every blessing God can give to us or pour into us comes from Jesus the Christ. When we place our faith in Jesus Christ, every promise is fulfilled, and we become recipients of the promises of God.
Jesus Revealed: Congratulations! It’s God!
Jesus Revealed: Congratulations! It’s God!As we think of the greatest Christmas gift of all – Jesus – it’s important for us to take a close look at Him to discover (and perhaps even rediscover) the wondrous things about Him. This is the real story of Christmas, and it is the main truth being revealed to us in the story about the baptism of Jesus.
Jesus Revealed: Behold, Your King!
Jesus Revealed: Behold, Your King!After the birth of Jesus, some foreigners rode into Jerusalem, asking "Where is the child that has been born King of the Jews , . ."? Most of the people had no clue that a king had been born, including their ruler, King Herod. We do have a King! Is He your King? What are you doing with this King?
Ready or Not, Here I Come: Present Yourself Available
Ready or Not, Here I Come: Present Yourself AvailableOver the centuries, Christians have wondered what to do with Mary, the mother of Jesus. In the Protestant Church, she has been somewhat passed over. Yet something important can be learned from her experiences with God. Let's consider Mary's example to "Present Yourself Available" in our series, Ready or Not, Here I Come.
Ready or Not, Here I Come: Proclaim!
Ready or Not, Here I Come: Proclaim!Advent reminds us of the coming of Christ. He has come, and He is coming again. As people living in the in-between times, we need to be constantly ready for His arrival. John the Baptist’s ministry has a vital word of instruction for us. The word is PROCLAIM.
Ready or Not, Here I Come: Watch and Pray
Ready or Not, Here I Come: Watch and PrayWe talk about Christmas countdowns. We go to the stores, and we listen to Christmas carols. The Christian Church, however, traditionally calls this time of year the season of Advent, which means so much more than simply a warmup for Christmas Day. It is a time to remember that Christ has come, He is coming again, and we must be prepared for Him.
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