Pastor Scamman • Sermon • • 22 views • 10:03
Holy Scripture records that every member of Zechariah’s family was filled with the Holy Spirit – John while in his mother’s womb, Elizabeth when she beheld the mother of our Lord, and last of all, Zechariah, the once unbelieving, but now penitent, priest. After writing, “His name is John,” in accordance…
Malcolm Lithgow • Renew Church Gold Coast - Robina • Sermon • • 20 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?
Stephen Dunn • Renew Church Gold Coast - Robina • Sermon • • 15 views • 51:37
Zechariah comes face to face with Gabriel, who tells him of the fulfilment of a two-thousand year old prophecy in which he and his wife have a part to play. Zechariah's distrust leads to nine-months of enforced silence, which is broken by his obedience, leading to the powerful hymn of praise known as the Benedictus. Knowledge follows obedience for Zechariah, and for us. As always, we hear testimonies first, and the sermon starts at 11:45.
Anthony & Naomi Stephens • Sermon • • 4 views
Introduction Sermon Title: “When Christmas is Less Than Ideal” Sermon Series: Unforgettable Christmas Sermon Text: Introduction The Christmas season can be one of great excitement and joy. It can also be very hectic with all of the working of schedules to try and get everything in. There are get-togethers…
McCauley Austin • Friendswood Baptist Church • Sermon • • 4 views • 33:32
Zechariah’s mouth was open, and he prophesied. In his announcement, he declared what God was doing through the messiah. We look at this to learn what Zechariah said, what the church learned, and what Advent calls us to consider.
God's Christmas Message to You
Fabio Nass • Sermon • • 0 views
Christmas is really a deeply theological story about the incarnation of Christ – God coming to earth – the Word becoming flesh. And surrounding the nativity story are multiple instances of God speaking to people. A few years ago, I took those four instances and expounded on them, helping to make the connection with the messages God wants us to hear around Christmas today