In the beginning, God's Word went forth: "Let there be light" (Gen 1:3). The Spirit of God hovering over the face of the deep joined Himself to that Word with explosive, creative effect. And the universe was born. As it was with creation, so it is now with redemption--God's new creation in Christ (2 Cor 4:6). God's Word is preached and, when it is accompanied by the power of His Spirit, man is born again. Sinners are saved and saints are strengthened, all by His grace and all for His glory (cf. Gal 3:1-6; Act 20:32). May God be pleased to use these sermons in your life to this end!
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Popular notions of Christmas present it as something calm and peaceful, but the Biblical record portrays something much different.The arrival of Jesus makes a mess of our lives.The things we’ve been living for are threatened.The self-righteous facades we’ve built for ourselves are being exposed for what they are.Christmas certainly has our everlasting peace as its end goal, but it makes quite a mess of things along the way.