Emmanuel Oset - December 1, 2018

God With the Voiceless

God With Us

Are you like Herod or like Jesus? Herod killed whomever posed a threat to his kingdom even little children. If what is most important to you is your kingdom, you will kill to advance it. This sermon unpacks the horrific silencing of the voices of many children today still, how the guilt of the murderers can be taken away and how God came to be with children through his Son.

Scripture References: Matthew 2:13-18

From Series: "God With Us"

Christmas is the only Christian holy day that is also a major secular holiday. This means that for many, it is just a season for concerts and parties, rest and family reunion, chicken and jollof rice. But the meaning of Christmas is that the Creator of the universe has become a human being. God himself comes and gives himself to us. Over and over again in the first two chapters of Matthew, God says, ‘I am with the voiceless child. I am with the outsider and refugee. I am with the oppressed woman'. This is what we mean we say that for four weeks in December, we'll be considering a new sermon series titled 'God With Us'.

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