Advent 2015 - Christmas in the Old Testament

Advent 2015 - Christmas in the Old Testament

Nov 2015 - Dec 2015

God offered His people many clues about Jesus before he arrived on earth. In this Christmas season study, we will be investigating some of the prominent examples of foreshadowing in the Old Testament where God offers some 'whispers of love' to those waiting for Him to intervene in history.

Sermons in this series
Sun, Dec 27, 2015
Passage: Matthew 1-2 & Luke 2
Duration: 46 mins 41 secs
They are more spiritual than the Loch Ness Monster and less scary than Bigfoot, but there are some myths surrounding the Christmas story that deserve scrutiny. We pick apart 5 myths that Christians tend to buy into about Jesus' birth and seek clarification about what is true and what is false.
Sun, Dec 20, 2015
Passage: Isaiah 9:1-7
Duration: 35 mins 1 sec
We conclude our look into OT prophecies about Jesus by studying Isaiah 9. We see the hope and joy and peace the Messiah is predicted to bring. We can recognize that same hope is relevant to us, even in dark times.
Sun, Dec 13, 2015
Isaiah 7 is a well-known prophecy about a special birth of one to be called "Immanuel - God with us". We explore this passage along with it's New Testament fulfillment in Matthew 1 as we search for a full picture of what Jesus' birth means.
Sun, Dec 06, 2015
As we continue to investigate the clues about Jesus sprinkled throughout the Old Testament, in this message we look at several nicknames and titles Jesus took on himself that were first mentioned by the prophets. We will learn the significance of those and how they accurately pictured who Jesus was and is. (Due to recording issues, it appears we only have the second half of this sermon on file)
Sun, Nov 29, 2015
Duration: 46 mins 40 secs
Scriptures shows us that God was orchestrating all of human history towards Jesus' birth that first Christmas. This holiday season, we will be studying the clues he dropped into the Old Testament. While its going to far to find Jesus in every line or story, there are clear whispers within the OT that point us to Christ.
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