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Rising Above Offenses

The writer of Proverbs wrote, “A person’s wisdom yields patience; it is to one’s glory to overlook an offense.” We have all been affected by offenses in some way, shape, or form. But I want to begin this new year by showing us a different way, the way God intended for the conduct of his people. When people hurt us, God desires for us to overlook the offense. This can be difficult to do, but in the end, it is to your glory, it is to God’s glory.

The Unchanging God

As we are about to enter into a new year, many of us are thinking of how we can improve and do things differently. In essence, we want to change. And the fact is, whether you want change or not, in the world of uncertainty that we live in, change is going to happen. Before we enter this new year, I want to take this time to remind you of the unchanging God that we worship.

Seeking a Savior

Most everyone is thinking about Christmas this time of the year. Some are reading through the narratives of the birth of Christ. Some have nativity scenes up in their Christmas decorations. I wanted to talk about the wise men for a few moments this morning. In short, they were men who left their place of comfort and prestige, and took a journey to seek a savior. Please enjoy this sermon, and if you have not sought out a savior yet, I pray that you will.

Go Tell the Shepherds

We are coming to that time of the year when many are thinking about the birth of Christ. Some are reading through the nativity story. Some are posting memes such as, “he is the reason for the season.” Most of the world outside the church is also thinking about Jesus. Because our minds are there, I want to preach on that topic as well. When looking at the scene from Luke’s account, we see a host of angels visiting the shepherds to tell them about the birth of Christ. That fascinates me! Why would a procession of the coming of a king include lowly shepherds? Please listen to find out.