Jesus for the 21st Century
Jesus Becomes Jesus
Did Jesus sin by remaining behind in Jerusalem without letting his parents know where he was? This sermon answers this question while drawing attention to Jesus passion for God and submission to his parents - despite being the son of God.
Did you know Jesus grew up just like every normal boy? But what was his childhood like? There is more revealed than meets they eye, as this sermon shows.
How would Jesus life impact individuals? The answer is found in an obscure prediction, made by Simeon when Jesus was 41 days old: and this sermon develops this topic.
Some very interesting people are found interacting with Jesus throughout his life and one of these interesting people is Simeon, who provides for us both the profile and the profession of a lover of God. Are you like Simeon?
This is the next sermon in the series and shows how the birth of Jesus illustrates the faithfulness of God.
The first disciples saw Jesus' glory - the glory of the only Son of the Father. But what was it that they saw, and what difference did this make in their lives Further, can we in the 21st century see the same thing? Listen in for the answer.
This sermon describes the cost and consequences to Mary and Joseph as a result of the conception of Jesus, and how they chose to trust God instead of going with the flow of society around them. And we, in the 21st century, are called to live be the same principle.
This sermon compares the pomp and circumstance of earthly rulers to Jesus, God's king. The differences are significant!
Jesus Before Jesus
The words of John 1:14 struck people of the first century like an electric shock! This message explains why, and calls us to be impacted the same way.
The second message in the "Jesus before Jesus" series, this message shows how the coming of Jesus as prophet, king and priest was predicted through history.
John 1:1-3, 14
Who was Jesus before he was Jesus? This is the first message in the Jesus for the 21st Century series.