Greg Bondurant • Sermon • • 3,248 views
What gift will you bring to the King? So what’s on your Christmas list? A new car, a new tie, a new boyfriend? Last December that question was asked to several celebrities.[i] Here are two – Hulk Hogan & Susan Boyle. Hulk Hogan answered, #1: Thirty years of life! I want my youth back. I wouldn't change…
Bovee, Joshua • Sermon • • 573 views
Christ-miss King Herod the Great Have you ever missed an important event? Something that would’ve been a life changing part of your life? There’s a man I know who were going to call John. John was a married man who at the time of his second year being married he was expecting the arrival of their first…
Hope For 2021
Part Two - A brief series of three messages from Matthew's Gospel for Christmas 2020 (and the New Year) to remind Christians that our hope for 2021 is not in improved circumstance but in Whom we trust and serve. By faith in Him we need not fear or falter but press ahead in His fullness.
Kenneth Baratta • Sermon • • 50 views
Herod the Great's response to the birth of Jesus reflects the heart attitude of a majority of the world's population. This sermon takes a look at Herod's response to the birth of the Savior.
Two nights ago we looked at and considered how the common writers of John, Luke, and Matthew responded to the birth of Christ by sharing it in written form and making Him known We looked at Joseph and Mary as the obeyed the Lord’s message and pondered on the things they heard We considered the shepherds……
Malcolm Lithgow • Renew Church Gold Coast - Burleigh • Sermon • • 33 views • 20:29
The opening of Luke's Gospel records the reaction of two people to incredible news. Their reactions couldn't be more different: the one whose news is more positive doubts, yet the one whose news is more threatening rejoices. What are the secrets to Zechariah's (the father of John the Baptist) and Mary's (the mother of Jesus) reactions? How can we accept God's work in our life more like Mary than Zechariah?
Life of Christ
Michael Sullivant Jr • Sermon • • 21 views
I. พระหัตถ์ของพระเจ้า God’s Hand Vs. 12, 13, 19-20, 22 A. การเชื่อฟังของนักปราชญ์ The Wise Men’s Obedience - Vs. 12 1. การหลอกลวงของเฮโรด The deceit of Herod - Vs. 8, 16 2. การเชื่อฟังต่อพระเจ้าTheir obedience to God - Vs. 12 B. การเชื่อฟังของโยเซฟ Joseph’s Obedience - Vs. 13-14, 21, 22 Can you imagine…
The Gospel According to Matthew
Thomas Brooks • Hopewell Primitive Baptist Church • Sermon • • 12 views • 41:10
Begin study on Matthew chapter 2 by looking at Herod. Covering three things: 1) Who Herod was, 2) How is Immanuel displayed in connection with Herod, and 3) Herod’s Seeking versus God’s Calling.
Joy to the World
Dan Osborn • Sermon • • 10 views
Welcome Well, good morning everyone! My name is Dan Osborn and I serve as the Pastor for Park - Forest Glen! I’m really grateful to be here…I also want to give a shout out to those of you who are watching online right now with the live stream! We’re continuing in our Advent series this morning [EXPAND]…
Robert Radcliff • Riverside Friends Church • Sermon • • 9 views
Today Pastor Robert walks us through an overview of the Gospel of Matthew including historical context that might be helpful to know. We learn about Herod the Great and the King of the Jews.
The Christmas Story
Austin Keller • Sermon • • 8 views
In Matthew's gospel account, we come across two kings. One lives in a comfortable palace in Jerusalem, while the other king lives in a little town named Bethlehem. A group of wise men from the East spots the star signifying the king of the Jews has been born! They wish to worship and give expensive gifts to him in honor of his coming. In this message, we discover who we are in this Christmas story - are we the wise men or Herod? This question is answered by how we respond to the newborn king.
The Herods were a family of despotic kings that fought their way to the top and murdered to stay there. There was then and now is real evil luring behind in the halls of power but the kingdom of darkness can’t hold a candle to the kingdom of light. Aaron Bauer preaches from Acts 12:1-5.
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 6 views • 42:51
"The little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay." Don't you love Christmastime? Baby Jesus. Mary Joseph and the wise guys--and don't forget the shepherds! All serve to bring into focuse "the reason for the season." But we know that Jesus didn't stay a baby. He grew up, spent time as an iternant preacher, did miracles, trained disciples. The Jesus died. Crucified. Then he was buried and rose again! He ascended to the Father's right hand as Lord of all. As Lord over all. As we know, our governmnental system does not indicate "Lord." But Christians do. Come with the Grace Unted crew as we explore what it means that Jesus is Lord.
The Gift of Family
Ranging from the silence of priests to the tyranny of ancient kings, from the voices of angels and prophets to the most lowly of shepherds and women at the time, the story of Advent has in it so much detail worth looking into and noting. Today we will be zooming into the story of the incarnation, but through the eyes of the last person most readers would have expected. Today we will see Advent through the eyes of power, through the eyes of King Herod the Great.
Gifts of Christmas
Steve • Sermon • • 4 views
Intro Peace We see a lack of peace around the world. We see a lack of peace in our town. Last week we broke the murder record in Indianapolis. We can have a lack of peace in our hearts Transition Before we get into the text today, we need to look at the people involved. Two are kings and and there is…