Text: Luke 2:25-38
Luke’s narration here isn’t exclusively about Jesus’ birth and there are many other passages to preach a Christmas sermon from. Then why did I choose to preach from this passage? The reason is – we find the true purpose God intended for the season called Christmas in the words spoken by Simeon and Anna. In them we find that,
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Some think this parable was intended for unbelievers. Actually the opposite is true. In it Jesus targeted the Pharisees, religious authority figures of the Jewish world who indulged in wrong doing while they had plenty of opportunity to do what is right and good.
The interpretation of the parable is even God’s people will be judged if they don’t do what is good and right when the opportunity is given. In today’s sermon I am going to discuss this warning and its implications in detail.
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Lately I have been thinking very much about the act of giving and studying what the Bible says about it. During these times the Holy Spirit of God brought a couple of truths to my attention. In today’s sermon I intend to share three truths which I believe to be very important for any Christian who wishes to give for the glory of God.
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As a Christian, I enjoy wonderful freedom in Christ. It is truly the desire of Christ that I be free. But I must not allow freedom to become a ‘license’ to sin. If I am not careful, desires of the flesh can wreak self destruction. To prevent this the apostle Paul instructs me to walk in the Spirit. Now the question raised by most Christians is ‘How do I walk in the Spirit’? In today’s sermon I am going answer that question.
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Jesus said that anyone who has faith in Him will do greater things than what Jesus did himself. The book of Acts is the report of early Christians who had faith to do these greater things that Jesus promised. Consequently these historical information recorded in the book makes it a good source to learn about Christian ministry. In today’s sermon I am going to present to you four principles that makes Christian ministry effective as seen in Acts 16:16-34.
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