Sermons on Christmas
We sing about it in hymns and Christmas Carols, “Glory to the newborn king!”. The wise men were seeking the King of the Jews. The prophet Daniel wrote about a coming kingdom. Pastor Rod Bunton explores why Jesus is our king and how that should be lived out in our lives.
Hebrews 10:1-18 ~ Why is the manger so important to the world? Pastor Rod Bunton explores the reasons provided in Hebrews and we learn why it had to happen and what it accomplished.
Matthew 1:18-25 – No man in history has ever faced this dilemma: trusting his betrothed wife’s claim of a virgin pregnancy from the Holy Spirit. Pastor Rod Bunton examines the circumstances that Joseph faced when God chose him to be the earthly father to the Messiah.
Colossians 1:15-22 – How could there be a good God in the midst of the evil world we’re living in now? Pastor Rod Bunton explains how, although the world is at war with God, He has made “peace” on earth.
Micah 5 ~ The Old Testament contains an amazing number of prophesies specifically about the Messiah. Pastor Rod Bunton reviews some of them and teaches about their ultimate fulfillment in the birth of Jesus Christ.
Matt. 2:13-20 & Rev. 12:1-5 ~ Although Christmas is thought of as a time of peace and celebration, Pastor Ben Khazraee reminds us that in God’s miraculous plan the birth of Jesus was the next step in the battle against Satan.
Matthew 2 ~ Senior Pastor Rob Bunton looks at the example of the wise men who visited the Messiah to show us what we should do.
Luke 11:27-28 ~ Mary, the mother of Jesus, was certainly blessed to be chosen to bear the Messiah, but Pastor Ben Khazraee explains through the words of Jesus that we can be even more blessed than his earthly mother.
Matthew 1:18-25 ~ The miracle of Christmas wasn’t the birth of the Messiah, it was the conception. Pastor Rod Bunton give us four reasons why we can believe in the miracle of the virgin birth.
John 6:32-58 ~ Pastor Rod Bunton looks at the incarnation that we celebrate at Christmas and the many layers of meaning behind the name “The Bread of Life.”
Luke 2:8-14, Romans 5:1,2