Patch chapel 2023 sermon series: The Excellence of Jesus (part 4 - Jesus is Fully God). Pastor: Chaplain Eric Bryan Teacher: Chaplain Chris LaPack Passage(s): various Protestant chapel service Sundays @ 1100. Patch Chapel is located at Patch Barracks 2305, 70569 Stuttgart, Germany. There is plenty of parking. We Worship family style (all family sitting together). Come as you are. People dress casually, and all ages are welcome. We have a baby/cry room in the back of the auditorium and an overflow room with TV monitor. We have food/fellowship every Sunday following the service. For more information, contact: email@example.com or join the "Patch Chapel" FaceBook.
Title: the boy jesus Text: Luke 2:41-52 RC Sproul: This was the age at which the Jewish boy became a man, and went through the bar-mitzvah, which simply means ‘son of the commandment', entering into the full measure of adult commitment to the covenant of Moses. -- RC Sproul: “It was customary in ancient Israel for boys to be taken to the temple a year or two in advance of their bar-mitzvah, so that they might become familiar with the operations of the temple and of the educational programmes of the rabbis there. It was almost like a trial run, a time of orientation, so that a child, when he did reach thirteen, would have had some preparation. So Jesus went to Jerusalem at twelve, perhaps for his initial orientation of the structures and customs of the temple.” Phillip Ryken: “Going to Passover must have been a great experience for a twelve-year-old boy. The streets of Jerusalem were crammed with as many as two hundred thousand pilgrims and one hundred thousand sheep for sacrifices. At that age Jesus may well have had the run of the city, with all its sights and sounds. He would have feasted with friends. He would have gone up to the temple to pray and sing psalms. On the night of Passover he would have worshiped with his family. As his father prepared the sacrificial lamb, Jesus would have heard the story of salvation all over again. Joseph would have reminded his eldest son how God rescued his people from slavery and delivered them from death in Egypt.” 1) JESUS WAS FULLY BOY (v41-46, 48) 2) BOY JESUS was FULLY GOD (v46-49) RC Sproul: After the feast it was the custom for the theologians of Israel to remain there for a few days to have what they called ‘theological disputations', in which they would share the latest ideas and insights into theology. The students of the rabbis would sit at their feet, for their learning process was very similar to that of Socrates and Plato at the Academy: it was through questions and answers. The students would ask the rabbi questions, and at times, as a teaching technique, the rabbi would return questions to the students. It was in that situation that Jesus was found, astonishing everybody with his unbelievable understanding and insight to these things, and all who saw him were amazed. Phillip Ryken: Jesus referred to God as “my Father.” This intimate expression was totally new. No one had ever said anything like it before. To be sure, the fatherhood of God is present in the Old Testament. There are at least a dozen places where the Scripture refers to God as Father. However, those who are speaking always refer to themselves in the plural. That is, people spoke of God as “our Father,” but no one ever called him “my Father.” God's paternity was more a general concept than a personal relationship. Even men like Moses and David, who enjoyed special intimacy with God, never dared to claim that he was their Father. But Jesus said it as if it were the most natural thing in the world. If the temple was God's house, then it was his Father's house, because he knew that God was his Father. -- RC Sproul: How significant that the first recorded words of Jesus are ones that go to the heart of his own destiny, to his vocation and calling as the Messiah. Here Jesus is consciously identifying himself as the Son of God, because it was his Father's house. -- Phil Ryken: He wanted to stay in his Father's presence, lingering at the place where his heart could echo the joy he had always experienced as the eternal and preexistent Son. -- John 17:5 – “And now, Father, glorify me in your own presence with the glory that I had with you before the world existed” -- John 17:24b – “ You loved me before the foundation of the world.” 3) THE HYPOSTATIC UNION IS A PROFOUND MYSTERY, BUT ALSO A PROFOUND TREASURE (v50-52) Incarnation: "Incarnation is the word used to explain how the second member of the Trinity entered into human history in flesh as the God-man Jesus Christ." [Same as previously made slide] Hypostatic Union - JESUS CHRIST HAS TWO NATURES: HUMANITY & DEITY - JESUS IS NOT TWO PERSONS: BOTH NATURES ARE MYSTERIOUSLY & MIRACULOUSLY UNITED IN ONE PERSON [Same as previously made slide] A.T. Robertson: Luke gives us the only glimpse that we have of the boy Jesus, with a boy's hunger for knowledge and yearning for future service, this boy who already had the consciousness of a peculiar relationship to God his Father, and yet who went back to Nazareth in obedience to Joseph and Mary to toil at the carpenter's bench for eighteen more years. -- Apollinarianism (from Phillip Ryken): The false teaching that Jesus had the mind of God in the body of a man. -- Phillip Ryken: “Like his body, the mind of Christ had to develop. If we doubt this, all we need to do is look again at the Scripture, which says that Jesus “increased in wisdom” (Luke 2:52). Here Luke “expressly tells us that the intellectual, moral and spiritual growth of Jesus as a Child was just as real as His physical growth. He was completely subject to the ordinary laws of physical and intellectual development.” As he submitted to the very laws that he had created, Jesus was taught things that he did not know.” -- Kenosis theory (from Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology): The theory that Christ gave up some of his divine attributes while he was on earth as a man (from the Greek verb kenoo, which means to “empty”). -- Phillip Ryken: Perhaps some examples will help put this into perspective. Consider some of the things that Jesus did not know. When Jesus was two, he was not able to perform the complex computations of differential calculus; he couldn't even “solve for x.” When he was six, he did not know the percentage of hydrogen in Jupiter's atmosphere, or the distance from Earth to Alpha Centauri… With respect to his divine nature, these were things that he had always known, but with respect to his human nature, they were among the many things that he did not know during his time on earth. John Calvin went so far as to say that there would be “no impropriety in saying that Christ, who knew all things, was ignorant of something in respect of his perception as a man”… These statements stagger the mind. If we sometimes take the incarnation for granted, it can only be because we have not wrestled with its full implications. -- Incarnation Summarized (from Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology): Remaining what he was, he became what he was not.
In “JESUS – Fully God”, Rodney shared that Jesus is the reason and centerpiece of our Christmas celebrations. In this series, during the Christmas season, I want you to learn and understand the doctrine of the incarnation and its effect on your relationship with God. The incarnation and Christmas introduces and teaches us: Jesus is the God-man who came to earth to die for our sins, and to reveal God to us. Since Jesus became God in the flesh we can have assurance that he understands our problems, heartache, disappointments, and concerns. The wonder and truth of the incarnation still has an impact on your life today. You should not let this truth escape your grasps this Christmas. The incarnation is at the center of the gospel message. There is no gospel (good news) without the incarnation.
Rev. James Yonkers, pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Danville, IL, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Lutheran Service Book #332, “Savior of the Nations, Come.” Written in the 300s by Ambrose of Milan, this hymn teaches us to pray that Jesus would come to us as the Savior. He made His home among us in His incarnation, and He still makes His home with us in His Church. The hymn speaks of the humble work of Jesus as the Word made flesh. Fully God, He became fully man when He was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. Jesus ran His course for our salvation through the humility of suffering and death and into the exaltation of resurrection and ascension. Because the Son of God has won this victory in our flesh, we pray for His coming and abide in the light of His Word. “The Hymns of Advent'' is a series on Sharper Iron that looks at a variety of the hymns found in the Advent section Lutheran Service Book. The season of Advent prepares us for Christ's coming. The hymns of Advent teach that this is more than getting ready for Christmas; the Word of the Lord sung in hymnody helps us to receive Christ as He comes to us now in the means of grace and when He comes again in glory on the Last Day.
In part two of the Jesus series, Pastor Wee Yeong Eyou dives into scripture to unpack the marvelous mystery of how Jesus is FULLY God, in addition to be FULLY human (as outlined in part 1)!
In dieser Predigt verdeutlicht Rob Forbes anhand von drei Hauptpunkten aus der Bibel die Rolle von Jesus, dem Sohn, innerhalb der Dreifaltigkeit. Weil er uns liebt, "verzichtete er auf alles; er nahm die niedrige Stellung eines Dieners an und wurde als Mensch geboren und als solcher erkannt." (Phil 2,7) und gab sein Leben für uns. Er kam, um die Werke des Bösen zu zerstören, indem er 1. VOLLKOMMEN Mensch und VOLLKOMMEN Gott, 2. KÖNIG und DIENER und 3. der LÖWE und das LAMM war. In this preach, Rob Forbes shares three main points drawn from the Bible to explain the role of Jesus, the Son, within the trinity. Because He loves us, He "he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness" (Phil 2:7) and gave His life for us. He came to destroy the works of the evil one, being 1. FULLY man and FULLY God, 2. KING and SERVANT and 3. the LION and the LAMB.
Marcus Rogers has claimed Jesus was just a thought in the Father's mind, Jesus is the Father, and now Marcus Rogers states Jesus was not FULLY God. This is PT 2 please watch PT 1.... Let's talk about it.... #MarcusRogers #Trinity #Jesus Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/social-gr00ming/1646739387?i=1646739388 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4fm52KnvfRA5Q1WjatgEeq Streaming on all stream devices! Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrLO95wGXUW0fY00Rss4aGw/join Music: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1TohVbZFbpZsW5yubbhYm3 Subscribe & click
Weekly Wisdom and Wonderings: Drey discusses the “Good, fast, cheap” triangle. James discusses the importance of knowing the why.Main Topic: We begin a new series called “How does that work?” We begin by discussing how Jesus can be both fully God and fully man. Why is it important to hold this truth? How did this play out in Jesus' life? Could Jesus have sinned? We discuss these questions and more!
I believe we live in a time of great skepticism and growing mistrust and yet skepticism of truth claims and the challenge of discerning what is true and what is not- is not restricted to our modern time. Through John's witness, we see that from the opening verses of the bible through the very end, the story of God we encounter is one who greatly loves this broken material world. Let's remember that in the original creation, God declared the material world good! That includes the stuff of this world, our bodies of flesh and blood. And even after humankind rebelled against God with broken lives and a broken world being the tragic result, God refused to give up on his world and has chosen to redeem and restore it. In Jesus God came to rescue and redeem our world. The very act of Jesus assuming human flesh, the Word sanctified and hallowed our material bodies and our material world. Jesus is history's greatest miracle and Jesus is our greatest hope.Sermon Notes: https://www.bible.com/events/4882573522.01.16
Big idea: Baptism is a call to act in faith & obedience for ALL believers. Dead to Sin, Alive in Christ Romans 6:1-11 baptizō (77 times in NT) - to immerse, to submerge Children of God Galatians 3:23-29 So why baptism? Great commission Mathew 28:19 Model the life and example of Jesus Matthew 3:14-15 Question: Why was Jesus baptized? •He wanted to identify Himself with humanity: Fully God & fully man. •He was worthy to be treated differently, but humbled himself. Philippians 2:5-11 •To fulfill all righteousness in Him. Righteousness (/dikaiosýnē “divine approval”) - refers to what is deemed right by the Lord (after His examination), what is approved in His eyes. Response: Respond in obedience to the prompting of the Spirit. Mark 1:9-11 Luke 12:8
Today Pastor Jeff presents the second part of his message in John chapter 14 - where Jesus claims he is the only path to God; God’s representative on earth, Fully God and fully man, and the only way to be reconciled to the Father. Support the show: https://www.oneandall.church/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today Pastor Jeff is preaching from a particular verse in John chapter 14, where Jesus claims he is the only path to God; God’s representative on earth, Fully God and fully man, and the only way to be reconciled to the Father. It’s a verse you may be very familiar with, but Ps Jeff hopes this gives you new insight into this scripture.Support the show: https://www.oneandall.church/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're about to finish a message from https://esv.literalword.com/?q=john+14 (John chapter 14) - where Jesus claims he is the only path to God; God's representative on earth, Fully God and fully man, and the only way to be reconciled to the Father. https://www.todaywithjeffvines.com/ (For more messages and content from Pastor Jeff, visit www.todaywithjeffvines.com)
Many people think they know about Jesus, but don’t realize that their “Jesus” is not the true Jesus of the Bible, Son of David, Son of God. (If you were in class today, begin at 31:55) Stay in the battle! Steve
A new MP3 sermon from Institute of Biblical Defense is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Colossians Pt. 7 Jesus is Fully God Subtitle: Colossains Sermon Series 2022 Speaker: Dr. Phil Fernandes Broadcaster: Institute of Biblical Defense Event: Sunday Service Date: 7/10/2022 Length: 52 min.
Embassy elder Etienne Nel preaches this week from Matthew 8:23-27. In the story of Jesus calming a storm, the author shows us the dual nature of Christ. Fully God and fully man, Jesus Christ lived the perfect life and died for our sins. In his humanity, Christ sympathizes with us; in his divinity, Christ saves us. The scripture readings from our worship service were from Colossians 1:15-23 and 1 Timothy 2:3-6. Discussion Questions: What are the parallels of Jonah and Jesus? How is Jesus the greater Jonah? Are there times in your life that you ask God why He is allowing the storm in your life and what the reason is? What is the importance of knowing that Jesus was fully human and fully God What importance is there to see Christ's difference in humanity vs our humanity How does it impact our relationship with him? How is Jesus our help in times of need? How does Jesus' humanity and deity make it possible for us to approach God? How do we follow the disciples' examples by counting the costs of what it means to follow Jesus? How have you seen the daily cross in believers' lives? How does it impact their faith? If you don't know Christ, why would you want to follow God if it means there will be difficulty in your life and you would be asked to take up your cross daily? What do you think keeps believers from dying to themselves daily? What keeps them from taking up their cross daily? What do you think was the purpose of Jesus rebuking the disciples when they woke him to calm the storm? What are the things that disturbed Jesus by how the disciples acted during the storm? What is the importance of knowing God's/Jesus' power over nature? How does Jesus' divine sovereignty impact our daily lives? How does God's divinity impact His carrying our sins? Jesus is our mediator. How is this helpful to our lives and how we live our lives How does Jesus' divinity fuel our worship? How does it impact how we worship? What is the purpose of determining whether or not Jesus is the center of our faith How would that reflect in our lives? How does it look to have faith that focuses on the glory of God? How would it work in your life if you waver in your faith when storms come? How do you change to strengthen your faith? How does Jesus sympathize with us in our weaknesses? How is this helpful in our daily lives?
In this week's episode Jessica tells the story of their bun that has escaped. It is wild. Jess talks about getting in a random mans "taxi". Then we discuss why it is important that Jesus is fully God and fully man.
Join Chris and Peach as they take a look at who Christians say Jesus is. Topics Covered: Jesus is Fully God and Man - Reveals the Nature and Character of God Jesus shows us how to live - Leading by Example Jesus is the ultimate sacrifice for our sins connecting us back to God Stay connected with us! Instagram - @biblebuffoons Twitter - @biblebuffoons Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Fully Man & Fully God Jesus not only is fully man & fully God but He must be both in that full capacity to accomplish everything He must for our salvation. To deny His humanity is to not have a stand-in for humanity. To deny His Godhood is to not have the ability to pay [...] The post Fully Man & Fully God – Ep.173 – What About Evil? – The Peerless Redeemer – Part 2 appeared first on Cave To The Cross Apologetics.
How was Jesus fully man and fully God? Pastor Craig answers this question by showing us how we know that Jesus Christ became a man while still holding His identity as God. Believing this statement was as hard for the apostles to believe as it is for us today, but the same facts apply and Pastor Craig shares those facts with us in this message.
Colossians 1:19-20 (ESV) EASTER: Meditations for Addicts is part of a series of books that includes ADVENT: Meditations for Addicts and is published by The Addiction Connection. 5 Sundays before Easter: Chapter 1, Fully God and Fully Man 2:05 What is the daily devotional format and theme for the book EASTER: Meditations for Addicts? 8:35 Is EASTER: Meditations for Addicts an interactive devotional and how many days per week are included? 11:52 What is the significance of the symbol of Easter from Isaiah 9:6? 14:50 What does the term hypostatic union of Jesus mean for our salvation? 16:30 Why was the hymn I Cannot Tell chosen? 20:48 What is the significance of the phrase from the hymn, "But this I know.."? 26:15 How can John 1:1-2, 14 encourage us as addictions biblical counselors? Shirley Crowder is passionate about disciple-making, which is conducted in and through a myriad of ministry opportunities including biblical counseling, teaching Bible studies, writing, and music. She serves as Vice President of The Addiction Connection. Shirley is an award-winning author with several of her articles appearing in “Paper Pulpit” in the Faith section of The Gadsden (Alabama) Times. She also has published articles for David C. Cook, Student Life, and Woman's Missionary Union publications. She contributes to several blogs. She is published as an author, co-author, and contributing author of twelve books. Mark E. Shaw, D.Min., is the Founder of The Addiction Connection and serves as Director of Counseling at Grace Fellowship Church in Florence, KY. He has authored over 23 books on biblical counseling and addictions. Need Help? The Addiction Connection offers hope and healing to those struggling with addiction. Start your search for biblical programs here. Consider contacting one of our Commissioned Addictions Biblical Counselors who are available to help you. Residential Programs we recommend. Non-residential Programs we recommend. Do you want to start a Biblical outreach to those in addiction? Check out this disciple-making curriculum we created just for you entitled Next Steps: Be TRANSFORMED.