2 Johns - First Sunday in Advent (Luke 3:1-6)

Tim Douglass, November 29, 2020
Part of the Advent 2020 series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

This Sunday is the first Sunday in Advent, that period of weeks when we prepare ourselves for Christmas. But it isn’t really Christmas that we are to be preparing for, but rather we should be preparing ourselves for Christ. Scripture says that God’s mercies are new every morning, and in that sense we can come before the Lord time after time as though for the first time. If we’ve sinned, if we are struggling, if we are hurt, or rejoicing. Whatever it is that is defining our lives we can come to Jesus with it and rejoice in His love for us. God has proven how much He loves us through the sacrifice of Jesus, with that in mind we can joyfully come before Him.

Each week through Advent we are going to look at a pair of individuals who have an important message for us around the birth and ministry Jesus. This first week we will be looking at two guys named John.

Watch this message on video here.


About Tim Douglass: Tim is the pastor of Monitor Bible Church.
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