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Sermons from 2015

700 years before Jesus walked the earth Isaiah saw Jesus' ministry and work of saving the world. The darkness of sins doesn't stand a chance in the light of the Christ child. God did what no one could.

Joy to the World

There is plenty of war between a Holy God and sinful man. Consider what the prophet Isaiah has to say. He speaks of Jesus coming like it’s a done deal 700 years before he was born. Jesus has mopped up the fighting and is ruling on David’s throne forever! Watch this Christmas Eve sermon and see how Jesus brings the joy!

Be faithful unto the point of death and I will give you a crown of life.

God’s Christmas Card

The Christmas card that God paints for us in Revelation 12 is a little different than what we’re used to, but it’s worth a look. We see a woman, a dragon, and a child. We’ll see the dangers of our Old Evil Foe, and God’s plan to rescue us and his son from his clutches. Christmas was a daring move by our God to save the world that was lost in sin. That story – that picture – in God’s Christmas card is one you have to see and hear!

The Book of Luke. There was an excitement among the crowds that watched Jesus carry out his ministry. Jesus went to church; join us this Sunday at Star of Bethlehem. The glory of the Lord is revealed in Jesus.

Advent of our King – Coming to Unbelief

Unbelief might be a theme you wouldn’t think about at Advent. These weeks before Christmas are a time when people seem to have all kinds of reasons to get “in the spirit”. With so much activity it can be difficult to find God or Jesus anywhere in the Christmas season. Watch our second Advent sermonette and see how God comes even to those who don’t believe in him.

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis is the historical account of the creation of the world. God makes of a number of new promises to Abram - including that he will be the Father of the Savior of the world.

Advent of our King – Long Time Coming

The Advent of our King is the reason that we prepare our hearts. During our Advent festival service we hold up the season and look at the themes from three different angles. First we’ll look at why Jesus had to come. His first Advent was a long time coming. Watch our first sermonette from our Advent service.

These words are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. The gift of God to the world is Jesus. Many miracles are recorded in the gospel of John.

Christ The King

What would the perfect king look like to you? Would it be Louis XIV of France – the Sun King. This guy was the height of opulence and royalty. He even had the shoes to prove it! Whether your ideal ruler was George Washington to our current leader, President Obama, there is one leader that surpasses them all. Jesus Christ is the King of the Universe. Watch this timely sermon on Christ our King.

In Jesus we won't miss out on the Last Day.

Missing Out

When I was growing up – oh, who am I kidding – still today, I don’t like taking naps. What if I miss something? There might be some fun to be had, some game to play if I take a nap? Who wants to sleep his life away?! I know that I might be in the minority on my nap philosophy, but what about death? Of all the reasons to fear death is “missing out” one of them for you? It was for the fledgling congregation in Thessalonica. Watch “Missing Out” to learn more about the Last Day.