Monthly Archives: December 2016

“The Root and Branch”

During the sermon this past Sunday, I briefly mentioned that Jesus is both the root and branch of David. In other words, He is both the source of David and a descendant of David. However, I then stated we didn’t … Continue reading

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Humble Witness

The sermon this past Sunday could be summed up this way; humble birth, humble death, and humble gospel witness. The humble circumstances of Christ’s birth point to His humble death (Phil. 2:5-11). Since a “servant is no greater than his … Continue reading

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“The Innkeeper”

I watch John Piper’s reading of his poem, “The Innkeeper” every year during the Christmas season. I hope it ministers to you and stirs up joy as you listen.

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God’s Gift

“Thanks be to God for his inexpressible gift!” -2 Corinthians 2:15 In his recent book, Hidden Christmas Tim Keller writes: Every other religion and moral philosophy tells you to summon up all of your strength and live as you ought. … Continue reading

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“Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room”

We have entered into the Christmas season. The season of Advent, where many focus on the coming of Christ. As we enter this time I want to offer two reflections from two great preachers. In his Advent devotional, The Dawning … Continue reading

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