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Isaiah 52:13-53:12 - The Gospel in the Old Testament




At school my daughter was told Christmas isn't about Santa Claus. It is about a chance to be kind and giving. Jesus was left out of Christmas, as he often is, in the interest of being politically correct and not offending other religions. This week we discover what makes the birth of Jesus so different from other religions. Christ's life and death was described in vivid detail hundreds of years before he came. This is something other religions do not have, the truth of a God who declares what will happen in history.

Isaiah 52:13-53:12 - The Gospel in the Old Testament - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Isaiah 52:13-53:12 - The Gospel in the Old Testament - Manuscript - PDF
Isaiah 52:13-53:12 - The Gospel in the Old Testament - Sermon Handout - PDF
Isaiah 52:13-53:12 - The Gospel in the Old Testament - Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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Psalm 110 - The Rest of the Christmas Story (Christmas Eve 2011)




Psalm 110 is the most quoted Psalm from the Old Testament in the New. It is also the most quoted chapter from the Old Testament in the New. Psalm 110 vets 1 is quoted 24 times. This Psalm was central to the New Testament writers understand of who Jesus is and what he came to do. Unlike we often consider Jesus, it is not a Psalm about Christ's humility but his authority. It is not primarily about his first coming but about his second, when he will crush, destroy and butcher his enemies. It is the rest of the Christmas story we never hear.

Christmas from the Psalms - Psalm 110 - The Rest of the Christmas Story - Audio - MP3
Christmas from the Psalms - Psalm 110 - The Rest of the Christmas Story - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Christmas from the Psalms - Psalm 110 - The Rest of the Christmas Story - Manuscript - PDF
Christmas from the Psalms - Psalm 110 - The Rest of the Christmas Story - Sermon Handout - PDF
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Reasons to Believe - Prophetic Reasons




Walking through the checkout line at Wal-Mart, you can't help but read them; they are the tabloids. Using bold headlines to catch your eye, they are magazines with predictions about the future. Do any of their claims come true? Statistics tell us the predictions of the tabloids are wrong over 92% of the time, but many keep reading them in hopes they might be right. The Bible also has contains bold prophecies, but its acceptable margin of error is zero. What has the Bible prophesied about the future that took place? What does this prophesy teach us about God, the author of the book? Join Pastor Kurt as we learn Prophetic Reasons We Can Trust The Bible.

Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Prophetic Reasons - Audio - MP3
Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Prophetic Reasons - Quicktime and IPhone Audio - M4A
Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Prophetic Reasons - Manuscript - PDF
Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Prophetic Reasons - Sermon Handout - PDF
Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Prophetic Reasons - Small Group Work Sheet - PDF
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