In case you missed the sermon or need a quick reminder, here is a fast and easy overview of each point and reference.
It should come as no surprise to us that Mary, the mother of our Lord, had a heart of worship. Not only was she grateful for God’s intervention in her life and in the people of Israel, she was grateful for the gift of salvation. We have no indication in Scripture that Mary was sinless, as some
God chose a lowly teenage girl, in a lowly rural town, to bring His son into the world in the lowliest place and position. “The Son of the Most High”…sent to save those who are most low. In dramatic fulfillment of Scripture...
The introduction of any great movie/story sets up the characters, story, plot, setting, (like Lord of the Rings…if you miss the first 10min you’re lost!). Same with Luke’s introduction. It gives us the backdrop and context for Jesus...
Christianity is not a mindless leap into sentimentality. We are invited to engage our minds. To think, ask, listen, look, explore, investigate. Even in the Great Commandment we are called to “love the Lord your God with all your…MIND…” This is because Christianity is founded on facts.
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