We all know the amazing story of the wisemen who followed a star that led them to Jesus’ birthplace, Bethlehem. By looking at these magi’s lives, we will learn about the nature of God’s will, and how we should seek to find it and respond to it.
Now that the election is behind us, are you terrified, overjoyed, or ambivalent? Together let’s remember that God is sovereign over the affairs of men and nations—“God changes the times and the epochs; He removes kings and establishes kings; He gives wisdom to wise men and knowledge to men of understanding.” (Daniel 2:21).
Although you could teach about God from any passage in the Bible, Moses’ encounter with the Living God in a burning bush (Exodus 3:1-14) is one of the best. Most people in the world believe in the existence of a God, but they don’t know him personally
Are the first four books of the New Testament more legend than history? The eyewitnesses whose content filled these gospels would say, “No!” This sermon teaches that their message conveys the truth of who Jesus is and also gives us confidence in believing the good news of why he came.