SERMON MEDIA

Good News for ALL the People (Luke 2:8-14)

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Was the birth of Jesus good news for the nation of Israel alone, or did this good news extend beyond them? How does God's plan of salvation unfold in time through the birth of God the Son into this world? Who are God's Covenant people? These are the kinds of questions that the birth of Jesus answers for us. 


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The Coexistance of Grief and Joy at Christmas (Ezra 3:10-13; Luke 2:25-35)

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After the Babylonian exile, God's covenant people were put to rebuilding the temple and reembracing the covenant signs that through typologically, insctruct us about Christ and the New Covenant. For some of the elder people of God, this rebuilding of the temple caused them to mourn. This time which brought joy to many, brought greif for some. What can this teach about Christmas?


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Rejoicing in Reform Part 5: John Knox: Preaching's Power to Reform

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One of the main factors of the Protestant Reformation was the preaching that took place. True preaching is a means of grace, it rightly divides law & gospel, and it magnfies Christ and him crucified. Learn about preaching's power to reform us and how it reformed John Knox and the church. 


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Rejoicing in Reform Part 4: John Calvin (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

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How do you view the Word of God? Is it suffiicient for all things? Learn about John Calvin and his contributions to how we think about the Word of God.


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Rejoicing in Reform Part 3: William Tyndale (Psalm 25:4-5)

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How essential is the Word of God to your faith? Consider this and learn about William Tyndale and the work God used him for.


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Rejoicing in Reform Part 2: Martin Luther (Romans 1:16-17)
The God Who Justifies; Addressing the Principal Matter in Rome's Apostasy

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There is much that separates Protestantism from Roman Catholicism. But what's the main thing? In this sermon, we look briefly at Martin Luther and what he called the article upon which the church stands or falls - justification.


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Rejoicing in Reform: Introduction (Revelation 3:14-19)

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As we consider the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, we must also recognize that the church in this age will always be in need of reform in one way, or another. The reason being - we are not yet glorified and sin remains in us. We see an example of reform needed in the church at Laodicea that is recorded in Revelation 3. They were lukewarm in at least three areas. With God's grace, we won't be.


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