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Sermons about Incarnation
Hebrews 2:10-18; BC Art. 18; HC Q&A 35,36
As we wrap up the 2011 Advent Celebration's first stage, we are looking back at the story of the incarnational work of Jesus. It's far too easy to exclude folks that are on what we would call the fringe, and yet, when we look at the example of Jesus we are faced with the reality of His incarnational life. In order to grow & mature out of who we are in Him, we must not only recognize this, but also respond.
The story of the Bible has three parts - creating, fall and redemption. And when Jesus came to the earth, he came and died as the final payment for sin. So we celebrate with John 1:29, “Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!"
Our continuing study on the Incarnation of Jesus Christ and his connection to our Christian life.
Why it was necessary for Christ to be both God and man in order to be our Savior and what Jesus accomplished for us in becoming the God-Man.
How the incarnation impacts the role of elders in the local church
Brad Zinn looks at the nature of the incarnation and what it reveals about God's desire to be known to his people.
Martin Lloyd Jones said, "What God did when he sent his son into the world is an absolute guarantee that he will do everything he has ever promised he would do." God fulfills all his promises, and this gives us hope - even in a broken world.