God dwelling with his people is a major theme that runs right through the Bible. When God dwells with his people, it is glorious—because he is glorious. But when God does not dwell with a people, his glory is not present, and those people will live un-gloriously—and hopelessly. The Incarnation was about God’s glory returning to Israel. But it was more than that. It was the beginning of God’s glory returning to the globe.
Scripture References: Luke 2:8-11
Sermons in this series are once-off sermons preached by various church members.
|Good Friday’s Theology of the Cross (Matthew 20:17-28)||Doug Van Meter||18 April 2014||Listen|
|What Does It Matter? (1 Corinthians 15:1-58)||Christo Beetge||20 April 2014||Listen|
|When Faith is Fragile (Psalm 73:1–28)||Zander Viljoen||18 May 2014||Listen|
|Our Ascended Lord (Psalm 110:1–7)||Doug Van Meter||29 May 2014||Listen|
|Deep and Wide (Romans 15:14–21)||Doug Van Meter||1 June 2014||Listen|
|Reaching the Unreached (Romans 10:9–17)||Tommie van der Walt||1 June 2014||Listen|
|True Productivity (Joshua 11:15–23)||Neil Cable||22 June 2014||Listen|
|Centre Back (1 Corinthians 1:1–19)||Stuart Chase||29 June 2014||Listen|
|The Practice of Prayer (1 Timothy 2:1–4)||Barry Jamie||6 July 2014||Listen|
|The Satisfying Shepherd (Psalm 23:1–6)||Doug Van Meter||13 July 2014||Listen|