Tag: Advent

Back to Bethlehem

This is a short message that was delivered following the choir’s presentation of a cantata titled, “Take Me Back to Bethlehem.” The message stresses the need for believers to seek a renewed enthusiasm about the awe and wonder of the incarnation. It also urges believers to seek a renewed excitement regarding the moment of their…


Promises, Promises

This is a sermon given on the second Sunday of Advent for this year. The message relates to the prophecies regarding the coming of the Messiah, which are promises of God’s intervention in history. It not only examines some of the promises that have been fulfilled, but also speaks about the qualities of the “Promise…


What’s in a Name?

This is a sermon given on the first Sunday of Advent this year. It uses Isaiah 9:6 as the main text to talk about the various names or titles that were ascribed to Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Names were always significant in eastern cultures, especially in biblical times. Each name provides an additional…


Love that Satisfies Hope

This is a sermon that was preached on the second Sunday of Advent on the theme of Love. It is based on Romans 5:5 in which the theme of love is directly connected to the subject of hope, which was the theme of last week’s sermon. The Apostle Paul emphasizes the fact that adversity ultimately…


Hope in Times of Trouble

This is a sermon that was given for the first Sunday of Advent on the theme of “hope.” It is based on a passage from Lamentations chapter three, and it speaks about a message of hope that Jeremiah receives from the Lord even after a description of the judgment the people have suffered for their…


Seeing God’s Salvation

This sermon was given during Advent and it discusses the words of Simeon that were spoken when he saw the baby Jesus in the temple as he was being presented by Joseph and Mary. The message emphasizes the necessity for every one of us to see Jesus as our only salvation. To read excerpts of…


The Messiah Is Coming

This is an Advent sermon that compares and contrasts Jesus’ message about His second coming with some of the details surrounding His first coming. To read written excerpts of this sermon click here.


Prophecy Fulfilled

This is an Advent┬ásermon that discusses the phrase, “…that it might be fulfilled” used many times in the Gospels. The┬ásermon provides some insights about the importance and use of prophecy in regards to the Messiah. If you wish to read written excerpts of the sermon click here.