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Sermons about Incarnation
In the opening of his letter, John makes it clear: Jesus is real. The follow up questions in his letter are: Who is the real Jesus? And what do His real followers look like. This sermon sets the stage for a series in 1 John and the importance of orthodoxy. Right belief in Jesus helps us navigate the latest trends and theological reductionism, so that we can have fellowship with Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
A look at what it means to say Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit.
Pastor Steve explores the scripture and the Incarnation of Christ. Jesus came and took on flesh to dwell among.
Looking at the concepts of the (singular) Anti-Christ and (many) antichrists as spoken of in 1 John, and the application of the dualistic flesh and spirit needing to fall away.
The focus of this sermon is to outline the importance of the humanity of Christ as the Perfect Savior. Christ as the Perfect Man and Perfect God means that we have a Perfect Savior.
As we celebrated the birth and incarnation of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, we continue to be reminded of the importance and significance throughout Scripture, and we now examine the Gospel of John, authored by the closest disciple to Christ. To the original reader and the early church, they had just seen two of the pre-eminent disciples, Peter and Paul, martyred for their faith. The church needed to be reminded that their faith is not centered on the leadership of great men of faith, but on the centered truth of the gospel - Jesus Christ is God. Our faith is built on the truth that Jesus conquered sin and death to offer the believer the blessings of salvation.
A study of John 20:21b and Matthew 25:40 b