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Christmas and Advent Sermons

Below you’ll find a library of Christmas / Advent sermons. All of the sermons on represent some of the best preaching in the world today. We pray you’ll find these to be a helpful resource in your own preaching and teaching.
  • Marvin A. McMickle
    (October 2008)
    What did the angels mean when they spoke of "peace on earth?" In this Christmas sermon, Rev. McMickle shares three characteristics of peace: that it can only come from God, that it cannot be experienced by a single person or by a certain group of persons if, at the same time, it is being denied or withheld from others, and that it must begin with me!
  • John A. Huffman, Jr.
    (December 2005)
    What does Christmas have in common with and "Extreme Makeover" reality show? Three things, declares this sermon: First, an outsider sees the possibilities you couldn't see. Second, that outsider does what you couldn't do. Third, that outsider pays for what you could not afford to pay.
  • Dan Nicksich
    (December 2004)
    What's your Christmas perspective? Is it just a holiday, a day off, a day of giving and receiving gifts? Or is it the celebration of the one who has drastically changed your life and provided eternal life for you? This sermon challenges us by asking, "Does your celebration include acts of gratitude to the one who gave his life for you?"
  • John A. Huffman, Jr.
    (November 2007)
    Reflecting on minor Christmas story characters, Zechariah and Elizabeth, this sermon offers this challenge: No matter how old or young you are, you are meant to be sent. Be willing to be surprised by God. Open yourself to a maturing faith that enables you to be continually used by God!
  • Jimmy Gentry
    (November 2007)
    Isaiah's prophecy foretold the birth of a child who would be called "Everlasting Father." This Christmas sermon makes the connection between the Child and the Father and reminds us to rejoice in our "Everlasting Father who listens to us and provides for us. He grants to us what we need. And He knows what we need better than we know what we need. To borrow from a sitcom of the 1950s, 'the Everlast­ing Father Knows Best!'”
  • David E. Owen
    (December 2006)
    In a unique sense, Jesus was born to die upon Calvary; and even in His birth we see the shadow of His death. The cradle of Christmas points to the cross of Calvary. This sermon explores the connection between the two.
  • David E. Owen
    (December 2006)
    In this Christmas season of preparation and anticipation, this sermon reflects on the preparation that Almighty God put into the very first Christmas production — the birth of His Son, Christ Jesus. Every fact and facet of this momentous event was calculated by God with great precision and forethought.
  • Bill Bouknight
    (December 2006)
    At Christmas-time, it is so easy to get caught up in a month-long frenzy of buying, rushing, decorating, and partying. The danger is that in the midst of all the busyness, buying, and partying, we will miss the real meaning of Christmas. Just like the Bethlehem innkeeper. This sermon offers six suggestions for getting back in touch with the reason for the season.
  • Michael Milton
    (November 2006)
    Part of a series that explores the meaning of Old Testament prophecies about the coming of Jesus, this Christmas sermon starts with Genesis 3 and looks at how the coming of Jesus fulfills our longing for Eden.
  • Harry R. Jackson, Jr.
    (November 2006)
    Figuratively speaking, many of us have been impregnated by God. There is a dream, a business, a ministry, a book, or some great work that He is growing within us. Unfortunately for the average person, spiritual pregnancies are even more difficult to handle than natural births. But, as this sermon attests, the message of Christmas can help you deal with the contradiction of your inner reality and your external circumstances.
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