Tag: Christ Came…

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Christ Came – Bringing Hope (Isaiah 42:1-4,Matthew 12:15-21)

As part of the Christmas series 2014, Ronnie Evans looks at how Jesus, in the midst of great opposition, brought hope.

Christ Came – To bless (Genesis 12:3, Acts 3:25, Galatians 3:8)

As part of the Christmas series 2014, Joe Brady looks at how Jesus is the ultimate blessing given to us by God.

Christ Came – To intercede (Psalm 110:4, Hebrews 7:17-28)

As part of the Christmas series 2014, Phill Marsh looks at how Jesus is the great high priest, interceding to God on our behalf.

Christ Came – For glory (Hebrews 2:10-18, Psalm 18:2, 22:22, Isaiah 8:18)

As part of the Christmas series 2014, Andy Smith looks at how Christ came to be glorified and to glorify us through Himself.

Christ Came – To save (Isaiah 49:6, Luke 2:22-35, Acts 26:23)

As part of the Christmas series 2014, Dave Targett looks at how Christ came to save us.

Christ Came – To reveal part 2 (Matt 4:12-17, Isaiah 9:1-2)

As part of the Christmas series 2014, Andy Evans examines how Jesus came as a light in the darkness.

Christ Came – To reveal part 1 (Matt 22:41-46, Psalm 110:1, Acts 2:29-36)

As part of the Christmas series 2014, Ronnie Evans examines King David’s revelation of Jesus in the Psalms.

Christ Cameā€¦ to Secure Eternal Redemption (Hebrews 9:11-14)

Concluding this Christmas 2009 series, Phill Marsh points to Jeus as our High Priest, sacrifice and redemption.

Jesus the Destroyer

As possibly the clumsiest person alive, I have destroyed many things in my (arguably) short time upon this earth; my Mum’s favourite glass horse from Venice’s finest glass blowers; The interior of my family’s Citroen 2CV Dolly with the help of a stomach bug, numerous Kraft cheese slices and a carton of apple juice; The…
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Christ Came… to Destroy the Works of the Devil (1 John 3:7-10)

Phill Marsh takes this third part of the 2009 Christmas series, ‘Christ Came’. John speaks of Jesus, in His incarnation, death, and resurrection, destroying the works of the devil. Just what are these works and how does Jesus bring them to an end? You can read the accompanying blog post for this sermon here.