We read in Matthew 2, "Out of Egypt I have called my Son." Matthew is quoting the prophet Hosea, who references the exodus of God's people from slavery in Egypt. Matthew uses this phrase to speak about a greater exodus through Christ. Listen or watch to learn more.
The Magnificat is a beautiful song of praise. It tells us about the mercy and righteousness of God. Take a listen to learn how this song is rooted and Scripture and is meant for you to sing.
It is the Christmas season which means it is time to celebrate the birth of Christ. But how can we continue to be in awe of Christmas?
The 2nd Advent. The present reality of Jesus sitting at the right hand of Father. The Ascension of Christ. The resurrection of Christ. The crucifixion of Jesus Christ. And the perfect life of Christ could have only taken place if God chose to make himself known through the birth of Jesus Christ.
Three words from Matthew 2:15 trace the birth and early life of Jesus back to Israel's exodus from Egypt. The words "out of Egypt" also reference the spiritual exodus Jesus offers to those who believe in the incarnation, crucifixion, and resurrection of Christ. Take a listen to this Advent sermon to hear how the Son of God, came out of Egypt to redeem.
The star in the sky did not rise for Herod but another king. This astrological sign, along with a prophetic word from Micah, confirms the work of God in history. These signs point to a king born to reign.
It’s become fashionable to accept the Jesus of the New Testament but to reject the miracles of the New Testament. We hear, Jesus is a great teacher who taught good…