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When God sent his Son to be born of the Virgin Mary, it was the most important birth the world has ever known. Jesus is God's greatest gift to man. He is God's promised gift of salvation for us.
Christmas Eve sermon on Hebrews 1:1-4 by Dr. John Oakes, December 24, 2011, Holy Trinity, Vancouver.
In this sermon, we examine the titles of Jesus and the reason for his birth.
Mary did not give birth to a name or an idea; she gave birth to the incarnate Word of God. For God chose to come meet us in the flesh on this holy night.
The word “incarnation” is a theological term that means that God became man and entered human history. The importance of the incarnation is crucial to orthodox Christianity. The incarnation says to us that Jesus is both wholly God and wholly human. Where do we get such a view? We get it right here in John 1. To John, it is even more important than the birth narrative.
Love drove the Father to send his Son, Jesus Christ, for the redemption of the world. Micah 5 pictures forth a vision of the kingdom and teaches us that Jesus provides lasting peace to all who receive him by faith.