Sermons on Matthew 2:1-12

Sermons on Matthew 2:1-12

Sermon for the Epiphany of Our Lord

[Machine transcription] In the name of Jesus, amen. Dear saints, a blessed epiphany to you as we celebrate how the Lord Jesus reveals himself also to the Gentiles. And we remember tonight how the Lord sent the wise men from the east to find the child Jesus in the home in Bethlehem and fall down and worship him. Now, this story, this biblical history, has always, to me,…

Sermon for Epiphany

[Machine transcription] In the name of Jesus, amen. Dear saints, we, you and I, we Christians, we worship Jesus. This is what sets us apart from the world. It’s what sets us apart even from our own sin, from death, from the devil. This is what gives us hope. It’s what gives us peace in the world. We worship Jesus. Yesterday I was visiting with someone. Then…

Sermon for Epiphany

[Machine transcription] In the name of Jesus, amen. Dear Saints of God, the Lord promised to Abraham that in his seed all the nations would be blessed. All the nations, not just the Israelites. So these Gentile magi, these wise men, are the first fruits of the blessing to the nations. as the Lord makes known his glory, not only to the people of Israel, but to all the…

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…
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