Sermons on Matthew 2:1-12

Sermons on Matthew 2:1-12

All Will Be Revealed

Grace, mercy, and peace to you from God our Father, and from our revealed Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen. Today we observe the Epiphany of Our Lord, a feast which follows the 12 days of Christmas and begins the season between Christmas and Lent. Epiphany’s actual date is always January 6. As most of you know, the word “epiphany” means a revelation of…

Whom Do You Seek? What Do You Bring?

“We Three Kings of Orient Are.” Catchy little tune with a nice lyrical ‘hook,’ isn’t it? There was a time not so many years ago when you’d hear it piped over the loudspeakers of shopping centers during Advent, or played every few hours on the radio as part of their holiday music rotation. Nowadays, if you hear it at all in a public setting, it’s most likely just going to…

The Word Delivered

Grace, mercy, and peace be unto you from God, our Father, and from our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, whose visitation by the magi is the text that we concentrate on and meditate upon as it is found in its context of the Old Testament reading. That last verse of that hymn is beautiful. What joy it is to know that He is the First and Last, and the journey that we’re on…

Walk the Way of the Wise Men

There’s an old Indian proverb that goes like this: “Don’t judge a man until you’ve walked a hundred miles in his moccasins.” There’s wisdom in those words. It’s hard to know a person very well until you’ve lived in his shoes, under his roof, and experienced his life. That’s why a parent will sometimes bring his or her child along to work, so the child can get to know his…