Sermons from 2016

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EMMANUEL-God With Us 2016

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No one actually called Jesus “Emmanuel” in the Bible. They called Him “Jesus,” because that is what His name says He came to do—Save His people from their sins. But He could not save anyone if He were not
“Emmanuel” — God with us!

Prince of Peace

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The title, “Prince of Peace,” is related to the government of Christ—“the government shall be upon his shoulder… Of the increase of his government and PEACE there shall be no end…”

The Mighty God-Everlasting Father

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Everything else in creation gets it’s strength from another source—Angels get their power from God. Animals get their strength from God. Man gets his strength from God (Acts 17:25). But Jesus needs nothing to make Him mighty. He is mighty in and by Himself.

Wonderful, Counselor

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“WONDERFUL” – The PERSONALITY of Jesus “Wonderful”— Full of wonder. The Hebrew word indicates “something remarkable… marvelous… uncommon… out of the ordinary.” There is no situation where Jesus is not wonderful! He is altogether wonderful. There is nothing dull or boring about Jesus!!!

Thankful for the Way, Truth, and Life

This  message was developed by some time I spent responding to an argument that is broadcasted within the “interfaith” community. Their main problem with Christianity is that Christians claim Jesus of Nazareth is the only way to God. In contrast, they embrace many ways to God. They take a “buffet” approach to religion; take what […]

I am the LIGHT OF THE WORLD

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For 300 years scientists have debated whether light is particle or a wave. Today scientists conclude it is BOTH—even though they admit that is “impossible.” They call it a “wave” when it does what a wave is expected to do, and they call it a “particle” when it does what a particle is expected to do. According to all the present evidence, light is not part particle and part wave, but it is ALL wave and ALL particle, ALL at the same time.

Lamb of God

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It never occurred to John that Jesus would be rejected by Israel and be crucified. This explains why John later in prison had doubts and asked Jesus, “are you THE ONE we should look for another?”