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Walking In The Kingdom (Matthew 14:22-36)

December 1, 2013 Speaker: Dr. David Silvernail Series: The King and His Kingdom! - A Series in the Book of Matthew

Topic: Sermons Passage: Matthew 14:22–14:36

"I'm dreaming of a White Christmas ..." -- yes, it's that time of year again! The Christmas season is one of my family's favorite times of year. That's not too unusual, I hope -- for we love the buildup to Christmas as much as the actual day itself. One reason for this is because, over the years, we have tried to stress the season of Advent leading up to the celebration of Christmas. Advent begins on the fourth Sunday before Christmas (this Sunday!) and it's a season of preparing for the coming of Christ into the world. We remember the anticipation which existed before his first Advent and we continue to look forward to His return. In our home, we've traditionally had an Advent Wreath and Advent Devotionals after supper, and yes, the season's changed a lot for us as our five children have grown up. But now that we have five grandsons, who knows, perhaps its time to create some new memories.

This week we're finishing Matthew 14, which continues with the very well-known story of Jesus Walking on the Water. Just like last week, this is one of those stories that we think we know, but there's more to the story than meets the eye. We have to ask the questions: What's this story really about? And why is it here? I think it's so much more than the fact that Jesus is just cooler than the rest of us (I mean, He can walk on water, you have to admit, that's pretty cool!), so please come Sunday to hear more. Looking forward to another great day!

See you then, Dr. Dave

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