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Tag Archives: Matthew 2

“We Have Come to Worship Him”

  Numbers 24:15-19; Matthew 2:1-12 January 7, 2018 • Download this sermon (PDF) Last Sunday, our New Testament reading was also from Matthew 2 the first seven verses. We looked at the wickedness of King Herod, who was a prime example of the wicked man in Psalm 10. He was arrogant and godless, full of […]

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“We Three Kings of Orient Are”

  Numbers 24:17; Matthew 2:1-7 January 7, 2017 (KSYC) • Download this article (PDF) In the Christian calendar, January 6 marks the revelation of God incarnate as Jesus Christ to the Gentiles, particularly to the “wise men from the east.” One of the most popular hymns to commemorate this event is “We Three Kings of […]

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“Break the Arm of the Wicked!”

Psalm 10:1-18; Matthew 2:16-23 December 31, 2017 • Download this sermon (PDF) Beloved Congregation of Christ: Now that Christmas festivities are over, are you experiencing post-Christmas blues? One day, you’re exchanging presents and enjoying cheesecake with your kids and grandkids, the next day, you’re all alone in the house. This feeling is not merely something […]

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The King-Priest is Worshiped at His Birth and Honored at His Death

  Psalm 45:6-7; Matthew 2:7-12; John 19:38-42 (text) December 20, 2015 • Download this sermon (PDF) Congregation of Christ: Everyone loves the Nativity scene: a cute baby in a manger holding out his hands in blessing; Mary and Joseph in wonderment of their firstborn son; lowly shepherds and three kings kneeling in worship; and adorable […]

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The Shepherd-King from Bethlehem

Micah 5:2-5 (text); Psalm 23:1-6; Matthew 2:1-11 December 21, 2014 KSYC (Yreka, CA) • Download this meditation (PDF) “But you, O Bethlehem Ephrathah, who are too little to be among the clans of Judah, from you shall come forth for me one who is to be ruler in Israel, whose coming forth is from of old, […]

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