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Dr. Jim Mann - 12/18/2022

God with Us…in a Gloomy Place

In the hymn for which this sermon series is named, we sing “O come Desire of nations, bind all peoples in one heart and mind; bid envy, strife, and quarrels cease; fill the whole world with heaven’s peace.” In your life – in your home – is Jesus’ reign expanding? Is his Lordship in your life growing? Are you, every day, giving more of yourself to him? Do you find peace increasing in your life – not just the absence of conflict – but biblical peace (shalom) – total well being, abundance? When Immanuel reigns in our lives, our homes, our church, our nation – it doesn’t matter how gloomy or dangerous…the Prince of Peace can bring abundance. He will reign on David’s throne for eternity. Let him reign on the throne of your heart!

Scripture References: Isaiah 9:6-7

 

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Dr. Jim Mann - 12/04/2022

God with Us…in the Far-Away Places

Maybe you’ve started down that road to a distant country…a far-away land. Maybe you’ve lived there for years. God wants to restore you today: Your honor – a fresh start. Your authority – you don’t have to live in bondage. Your sonship – you have a place at God’s table. How do we know? He’s given a sign, Immanuel…God with us!

Scripture References: Isaiah 7:14

From Series: "O Come, O Come, Immanuel"

“Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign: The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and will call him Immanuel.” (Isaiah 7:14) The distance between mortal and divine is a hallmark of most ancient religions. That’s why God’s promise of Emmanuel – “God with us” – is so shocking. It’s His promise to “never leave you nor forsake you.” Join us for “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel” as we prepare our hearts for Christmas and unpack Isaiah’s amazing prophecy of Jesus. We’ll discover He is God with us…in the far-away places, in the gloomy places, and in the dangerous places.

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