This week we look at Jesus' dedication at the Temple. While they were there, a man named Simeon approached, took the baby Jesus in his arms, and began praising God and sharing some prophecies about that child. We'll look at his words and see what it means for us today.
Sermons from Waverly First Baptist Church, Waverly, NY. Last week, we read the climax of the Christmas story: Jesus’ birth and the visits from the shepherds and the Magi. You’d think it was all smooth sailing from here…They all lived happily ever after! But more disappointment was to come. We all deal with disappointments. The beauty of Jesus being “with us” is that he can fully relate to those feelings. No matter what we’re going through, we have someone who understands and still offers hope. The story isn’t over yet.
Sermons from Waverly First Baptist Church, Waverly, NY. None of us like to be interrupted. This week we see the responses to four groups of people to the news of the birth of Jesus. The lesson for us is that we should look for God’s unique opportunities when your routine gets interrupted. If we want to love God and others, we must allow our routines to be interrupted.
Sermons from Waverly First Baptist Church, Wavelry, NY. This week we are continuing our series titled The Christmas Option. This week we’ll see that often when you feel inconvenienced and displaced, God may have something unique in store for you. Don’t get discouraged when your expectations aren’t met. Keep going, and see God’s plan for your life flourish.
Sermons from Waverly First Baptist Church, Wavelry, NY. This week we are starting a new series titled The Christmas Option, based on the book by Jonathan Malm, this series tells the Christmas Story in a unique and powerful way. This week we’ll see that disappointments in life can be opportunities to worship, to trust God, and to encourage others.
There is no video this week, but you can check out the audio here...