At Christmastime, families often display the nativity scene to celebrate the birth of Jesus. As an adult, Jesus described the glory of this moment when He broke into the world scene as both God and man. We’re talking about the incarnation on Truth For Life Weekend with Alistair Begg!
Navigating the NativityFor many people, celebrating Christmas rarely goes beyond spending time with loved ones, enjoying holiday feasts, and feeling good about seasonal giving. In a world where hopelessness abounds, however, we need a God who offers more than mere sentiment. When we take a moment to really consider Scripture’s account of the birth of Christ, we might find ourselves asking who Jesus really is, why He was born, where He came from, and who sent Him. What mission did He come to earth to accomplish? In this two-sermon series, Alistair Begg presents biblical answers to questions like these that are raised by Christ’s incarnation. As we navigate the Nativity, we will come to know Jesus better and gain a deeper understanding of the Bible’s awe-inspiring story.
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