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Christmas sermon 2012: A season called Christmas

Christmas sermon 2012: A season called Christmas

Introduction

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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Christmas Sermon 2011: The Theology of Christmas

Christmas Sermon 2011: The Theology of Christmas

Introduction

This morning I do not intend to complicate your Christmas by choosing to preach a heavily theological message with a theological title. It should be noted however that Christmas is surrounded by so much of biblical truths that it’s not just another simple festive event as the world likes to think. I do believe understanding these truths about Christmas surely helps us to understand why do we need Jesus.

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Christmas Sermon: The Christmas Promise

Christmas Sermon: The Christmas promise

Introduction

An age-old tradition is to go wait in line to sit in Santa’s lap and tell him what you want for Christmas. You eagerly sit on his knee and listen attentively to what he says, hoping he will promise you the things you want.

Sometimes, on Christmas morning, you find that you can’t always trust Santa. But, there was a promise given over 700 years before Christ that you can take to the bank. Under the anointing and inspiration of the Holy Spirit, Isaiah promised that a child would be born and His name would tell His character.

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Christmas sermon 2010: The Bethlehem’s baby and the divine design

Christmas sermon 2010: The Bethlehem’s baby and the divine design (Luke 2:1-19)

Introduction

Bethlehem today is a thriving town, inhabited mostly by Christian Arabs (in name if not in fact). But, in the time of Christ it was a tiny, insignificant town, known only for the fact that it had once been King David’s hometown. How was it that Jesus Christ, Son of God and King of the Universe would choose to be born here in a lowly cow-stall?

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Christmas sermon: Why was Jesus’ birth announced only to Shepherds?

Text: Luke 2:8-20

Introduction

The Angels brought the message of Christ’s birth only to Shepherds.

  1. Jesus is the savior of the whole world. He is the King of kings and the Lord of lords. Such an important message was delivered to an insignificant bunch of Shepherds.

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