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The Light for Everyone

In this sermon on John 1:6-13, we consider the true light which comes into the world for everyone, and tragically, not all accept, but for those who do, they become the children of God.

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The Light for Everyone

The poet W.H. Auden once wrote, “Nothing that is possible can save us/ We who must die demand a miracle”. David Zahl, reflecting on this phrase by the poet, reminds us of the miraculous nature of our salvation. He writes: “This is a bold statement, and one whose truth might not be self-evident in everyday […]

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The Light of Men

In this sermon on John 1:4-5, Chad demonstrates that when the light of men penetrates our hearts, then we are willing to pray ‘cast out our sin, and enter in; be born in us today.’

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The Light of Men

John wrote in the Prologue to his Gospel that in Jesus light came into the world. Later he recorded Jesus’ own words: “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life” (John 8:12). This is the meaning of Christmas: The Light of […]

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The Divine Word

If Jesus was only a man, you can forget him. If he is God, then you must worship and serve him. In this sermon on John 1:1-3, Chad proclaims the glory of Jesus Christ.

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The Divine Word

What do you think of Jesus Christ? Who is he? According to Christianity this is the most important question you or anyone else will ever have to face. It is important because it is inescapable – you will have to answer it sooner or later, in this world or in the world to come – […]

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A Light Has Dawned

‘Every year, Advent begins in the dark,’ yet Isaiah the prophet points us to light. In this sermon on Isaiah 9:2-7 the hope is seen in the Light that has dawned.

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Dawning of Light

Advent begins this Lord’s Day, Dec. 3. Advent symbolizes the present situation of the church in these “last days” (Acts 2:17), as we (God’s people) wait for the return of Christ in glory to consummate his eternal kingdom. The church is in a similar situation to Israel at the end of the Old Testament: in […]

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