Sermons on Incarnation
David looks at John 10 (The good Shepherd) and John 11 (The raising of Lazarus), focussing especially on the way that Jesus said he did nothing by Himself. He said He only did what He saw His Father doing. Jesus’ relationship with the Father is the example that we should follow – praying, listening, trusting, obeying – just as our Lord Himself did. 1 Cor 11:1 “Follow my example as I follow the example of Christ.”
This week Ashley continues to look at the implications of the incarnation in our lives by examining Jesus’ interaction with the Samaritan woman at the well.
Following Jesus means following the patterns we see in Jesus’ life. this week we use the story of Zacchaeus to highlight a pattern in Jesus’ life that flows our of his incarnation.
Our full service for the 31st of May 2020.
This week Steven starts of looking at the work Jesus did on the cross and why that was possible because of the incarnation but highlights a danger if we stop there. The incarnation of God in Jesus was greater than just providing a sacrifice. The through his incarnation life Jesus reviled to us the face of God and gave us a pattern/standard to live by.
This week Steven uses Genesis 1 to introduce our new series on the Incarnation.