Sermons from July 2021

Sermons from July 2021

Luke 2:1-32

  The Birth of Jesus Luke 2:1-32 – July 25, 2021 5.5 to 6 months later v1-3 – Quirinius was governor of Syria in 3-2 BC and 6-7 AD. Most believe this was before he was governor in 3-2 BC.  v4-8 – A distance of 70-100 miles and a travel time of 4-10 days. They likely traveled with others going to the town of David but falling further and further behind due to Mary expecting almost any day. By the…

Luke 1:57-80

John’s Birth & God’s Tender Mercy Luke 1:57-80 – July 18, 2021 Review: Elizabeth and Zachariah were likely 15 and 20 years old or more in 63 BC when the Roman general Pompey defeated the Jewish Amy. If so, then they would have been 41 and 46 years or more of age when Herod took the city of Jerusalem in 37 BC became the Judean king. Then 72 and 77 or more years of age when John was born and…

Luke 1:39-56

Elisabeth and Mary Luke 1:39-56 – July 11, 2021 Review: 63BC – Roman general Pompey defeats the Jewish army several times.   39BC – Herod the Great, named the new King of Judea in 40 B.C., attacks Jerusalem.   37BC – Herod takes the city of Jerusalem and becomes the unquestioned Judean king.    6-4BC – Jesus was born. Jesus could have been 2 years old before Herod’s death in 4BC.  11 – An angel of the Lord appeared, the first time in over 500 years.…

Luke 1:26-38

The Foretelling of Jesus Birth Luke 1:26-38 – July 04, 2021 26 – In the sixth month of Elizabeth’s pregnancy, God sent the angel Gabriel to Nazareth, a town in Galilee, Nazareth was a town located a few miles west of the Sea of Galilee. There is a great deal of prophecy coming to be in Jesus’ birth and Mary’s pregnancy and even the town of Nazareth has prophetic significance.  Isaiah 11:1-2a, A shoot will come up from the stump of Jesse; from his roots…