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.
|Horrible, Honest, Hopeful (Psalm 51:1–19)||Doug Van Meter||16 November 2014||Listen|
|Sing it Again, Man (Psalm 53:1–6)||Doug Van Meter||30 November 2014||Listen|
|Faithful Contenders (Jude 1–3)||Barry Jamie||7 December 2014||Listen|
|The Wise and Foolish Children (Luke 7:29–35)||Gareth Franks||14 December 2014||Listen|
|What does Christmas Demand of You? (Luke 2:1–18)||Neil Cable||21 December 2014||Listen|
|Meditations on the Incarnation (John 1:14)||Doug Van Meter||25 December 2014||Listen|
|Three Requirements (Micah 6:1–8)||Mark MacKaiser||28 December 2014||Listen|
|A Prayer for Justice (Psalm 58:1–11)||Doug Van Meter||4 January 2015||Listen|
|Rally and Rely (Psalm 60:1–12)||Doug Van Meter||18 January 2015||Listen|
|A Higher Rock (Psalm 61:1–8)||Doug Van Meter||25 January 2015||Listen|