Sermon Manuscript: John 11

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Sunday we completed the final week of our series “Who is Jesus?” We’ve been looking at texts from the first half of  John’s gospel. It’s called the Book of Signs because John has carefully selected vignettes from the ministry of Christ which highlight the essence and nature of his Messiahship. This Sunday we examined Jesus as the Resurrection and the Life in John 11. A copy of the manuscript I preached from is available below for your own study.

John 11

Sermon Manuscript: John 6:27-40

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Sunday we completed week 5 of our series “Who is Jesus?” We’ve been looking at texts from the first half of  John’s gospel. It’s called the Book of Signs because John has carefully selected vignettes from the ministry of Christ which highlight the essence and nature of his Messiahship. This Sunday we examined Jesus as the Bread of Life in John 6. A copy of the manuscript I preached from is available below for your own study.

John 6:27-40

Sermon Manuscript: John 1:29-34

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On Sunday we continued a six week series through John’s “Book of Signs.” Our goal in the series is to examine the vignettes John offers in the first half of his gospel account to gain a full picture of who Jesus is and what he means to us. The second part of the series was from John 1:29-34, and the sermon manuscript can be found below:

John 1:29-34

Sermon Manuscript: Luke 2.1-7

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This past Sunday we look at Luke 2:1-7. Luke shows us that the birth of Christ is a historical event. He links the birth of our Lord to historical facts. Christ’s birth was also a prophetic event. Luke highlights Bethlehem as the city of David pointing us back to Micah 5 and 2 Samuel 7. Finally, Luke shows us that the birth of Christ is an offer of peace. Christ humbled himself to redeem us.

Here’s the manuscript for the sermon: Luke 2:1-7