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A Canticle

A Canticle

preached December 25, 2011
added December 26, 2011
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scripture Luke 1:46-55
topics Christ's Birth, Gospel, Kingdom of God, Love of God
type Sermon
id 2854

The Magnificat records Mary's response to all that God revealed to her about the child she would bear - a response that drew from all that she had learned about God and how he dealt with his people. Mary's song continues to teach us about the kingdom of God and the Savior she celebrated with reverence, humility, and eagerness to see the promises of God fulfilled.

She Will Bear a Son

She Will Bear a Son

preached December 24, 2011
added December 24, 2011
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scripture Matthew 1:18-25
topics Christ's Birth, Regeneration
type Sermon
id 2853

In this Christmas Eve sermon we pause to reflect on the real reason for the season - the Lord Jesus Christ. Who is this Child... and why has He appeared?

What a Mystery

What a Mystery

added December 19, 2011
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scripture John 1:1-18
topics Christ's Birth, Jesus Christ, Regeneration
type Sermon
id 2851

According to a familiar Christmas carol, Jesus was "born to raise the sons of earth, born to give them second birth." The prologue to John's gospel introduces us to this mystery: that God became man so that the sons of men could become children of God.

Future Hope: A Conversation About Death

Future Hope: A Conversation About Death

preached October 7, 2011
added December 16, 2011
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topics Death, Heaven/Hell
type Sermon
id 2836

Be sure to listen as we conduct a one-on-one conversation with Alistair Begg. He’ll have some follow-up thoughts about our study of Joseph and even on matters of life and death.

Shaped by Grace

Shaped by Grace

added December 15, 2011
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scripture Romans 12:1-21
topics Character of God, Love of God, Loving Others, Ministry, Persecution
type Series
id 26302

The transforming work of the Gospel shapes our hearts and minds. When applied to both the mundane and profound details of our lives, it should cause us to be different from unbelievers around us. But what does this look like practically? How do these distinctions show themselves each day in our families, work, and local churches? Alistair Begg paints the picture of a grace-shaped life in his study from Romans 12. Through Paul’s letter to the first-century church, we see practical actions and attributes that should mark the life of every Christian, no matter the circumstance.

Beware and Be Aware!

Beware and Be Aware!

preached December 11, 2011
added December 12, 2011
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scripture Mark 12:38-44
topics Giving, Pride and Humility
type Sermon
id 2850

What does true devotion look like? In Mark 12:39-44, Jesus contrasts the ostentatious religious life of the scribes with the humble gift of an anonymous widow, and we learn that devotion to God is not measured by outward appearances, but by sacrifice.

Grace - a Christmas Message

Grace - a Christmas Message

preached December 11, 2011
added December 10, 2011
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scripture Romans 6:23
topic Grace
type Sermon
id 2852

At Christmas, the season of giving, do we really consider God's gift of grace? In order to obtain His grace we can't just acknowledge that it's there... we must receive it.

David's Son - David's Lord

David's Son - David's Lord

preached December 4, 2011
added December 5, 2011
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scripture Mark 12:35-37
topics Christ's Birth, Jesus Christ
type Sermon
id 2848

Who is Jesus? The answer to that question matters for eternity. The Bible answers clearly: Jesus is both the Son of David and the eternal Son of God.

Sons Not Slaves

Sons Not Slaves

preached December 4, 2011
added December 4, 2011
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scripture Galatians 4:7
topics Adoption/Sonship, God's Covenants, Jesus Christ, Redemption
type Sermon
id 2849

In Galatians 3:10-4:7, we see that even obeying God's Law perfectly can bring us no closer to Him than being slaves. How then can we gain a better standing with God? Because the Lord Jesus fulfilled the Law on our behalf, in Him we are no longer slaves but sons, adopted into God's own family.

The Preaching of the Word of God

The Preaching of the Word of God

added December 1, 2011
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scripture 2 Timothy 4:1-5
type Sermon
id 0164
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