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John 2:1-11

Jan.20th, 2019




 Intro – With the lack of any biblical evidence to indicate otherwise we can assume Jesus had lived what would be a pretty normal human life. Heb.4:15.  Our text reflexes that truth but shows us this was about to change.

 I. He attends a wedding.


            A. He always knew what His mission was.  (4) Luke 19:10

            B. He had spent 30 years manifesting His human side. Lk.2:51-52
                        1. Obeyed His parents
                        2. Helped His father
                        3. Showed kindness to all.

C. He still showed He cared about human events. Rom.12:15, Lk.15:10, Jn.11:35, Lk.19:41-44, 1Peter 5:7

II. Mary knew her Son.


            A. She had 30 years to ponder His being special. Lk.2:19, Lk.2:51

            B. He had not performed any miracles. (11)

            C. Mary still knew enough to know He was in charge. (5)

 III. Jesus starts to reveal Who He is. (11)

            A. John spoke of this day. Jn.1:14

                        1. Word became flesh – His birth.

                        2. Dwelt among men – His life from birth to 30.

                        3. Saw His glory – His ministry years, 30-33. Mt.16:15-16

            B. His glory refers to His deity. Jn.11:4, Jn 12:16, Jn.17:10, 2Thess.1:10

            C. He would perform many other “signs” to prove He is God. Jn.5:36, Jn.10:37, Jn.15:24

 Con. When you read of His miracles do you believe?  Jn.1:12.   Although not physically here on earth He still performs miracles to help you believe. Do you believe?





Luke 2:41-52






Intro- Being subdued is not something one likes to think about. It speaks of being conquered or defeated. In our text (vs 51) today we see Jesus subjected Himself or placed Himself under another’s authority. This is true humility.




I. He willing put Himself in subjection.


A. He refused to use His divine powers. Phil.2:7-8


B. He put Himself under His parent’s authority even though they did not understand. (49) Heb.5:8


C. He placed Himself under governing authority. Jn.19:11




II. He did this as an example for us.


A. Parents        Eph.6:1, Col.3:20


B. Spouse        Eph.5:21


C. Disciples    Jn.13:5, 13, 15


D. Government            Rom.13:1, Titus 3:1


E. Spiritual leaders     Heb.13:7, Heb.13:17


F. God the Father        Matt.26:42, Rom.10:3




III. His parents were not perfect.


A. He was!  Heb.4:15. Yet He obeyed His parents. Rom.3:23


B. No human institution is perfect but we must respect authority. Rom.13:2




Con. If we cannot respect human authority we will be unwilling to show respect for God’s authority over us.





His lovingkindness


Isaiah 63:7-14


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Intro – The end of the year is a good time to think about the past year and all the lovingkindnesses that God has shown you. It’s good to remember what the Lord has done.




I.  He saved us. Matt.1:21


A. According to His compassion. 1Pet.5:7, Is.30:18


B. He redeemed us, brought us back because He loves us. 1Jn.4:10, 2Thess.2:16-17




II. He knows us.


A. Because he is like us. Phil.2:7, Heb.4:15


B. He has emotions like us. Mt.9:36, Lk.19:41-42, Lonely-Mt.26:40-41, Betrayed-Jn.6:71


1. Afflicted. Luke 24:26, Is.53:4-7


2. Grieved. Mt.26:37-38, Eph.4:30


3. Because of this He understands us.  Ps.139:2-4, Ps.103:14




III. He leads us.


A. Even if He has to fight us. Num.22:31, Heb.12:5-7


B. By empowering us with his Holy Spirit. 11, 14, Jn.16:13


C. Remember he has bought you this far. 1Sam.7:12, Ps.111:4, Is.54:10




Con. Will you make mention of the Lord’s lovingkindness?





Matthew 2:19-23


Jan.6th 2019





Intro – Although our text may not have any profound theological statements in it, we can learn something from how Joseph and Mary responded to the Lord.  They are a good example for us to follow.




I. Joseph had learned obedience.  Deut.28:2


A. He was going to break off his engagement until told not to. Lk.1:38, Mt.1:19-20


B. He left his house as the angel commanded. Mt.2:13


C. He obeyed the Lord to leave Egypt.  (21)


D. He showed great patience. They remained in Egypt 2-3 years.  James 5:7




II. Joseph did not have the full picture.


A. He obeyed without having all the details. Jer.29:11, Ps.40:5


B. God’s will was accomplished through Joseph’s actions. Matt.1:22-23, Matt.2:17-18, Mt.2:23


C. God directed his path as he lived in obedience. Mt.6:33, Prov.3:5-6, Ps.119:133




III. Joseph was a part of a bigger picture.


A. He did not get further instruction until he obeyed the first command. (22)


B. Christ had to grow up in Nazareth. (23)


C. To be called a Nazarene was a reproach. Jn.1:46, Jn.19:19, Is.53:3. Ps.22:6-7, Is.49:7


D. We should see our lives as a part of the bigger picture.




Con. – Let us be like Joseph and Mary. When the Lord leads us let us obey and trust Him to carry out His will.





John 1:19-28


Dec.23rd 2018




Intro – How would you answer that question? As we look at John’s response let us think about our own.






I. John doesn’t claim to be more than he is.


A. Not the Messiah, Elijah or Prophet. Just humble servant. (27) Jn.3:30


B. Not physically Elijah but he did come in same spirit. Matt.17:10-13


C. Do you see yourself as a humble servant of Christ?


1. Sinner saved by grace.  1Tim.1:15, 1Cor.15:9, Eph.3:8


2. Slave to Christ’s will. 1Cor.9:19




II. He is a fulfillment of prophecy.


A. The voice. Is.40:3


B. One who would proclaim a coming Savior. Saved from, Rev.6:16, Rom.5:9, Mt.13:41-42


C. In a sense we are a fulfillment of prophecy. Is.9:2, Lk.1:79, Is.53:11






III. This is what he would do.


A. Prepare people to receive Christ. Amos 4:12


1. Prepare through repentance. “make straight” remove the obstacles.  Eph.4:25-31, Lk 13:3


2. Prepare to receive. Ps.34:18, Ps.51:17


B. Have you been crushed by the guilt of sin? Then rejoice a Savior has been born. Mt.1:21




Con. Who are you? A sinner who has come to Jesus for forgiveness and salvation?


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