Dirty Diapers, Colic, Acne, and Immanuel
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Does the doctrine of the Incarnation blow your mind? According to Ken Langley's sermon—"When God Came to the BBC"—the idea that God could genuinely become a human being was just too much for people. Langley asks, "If God wanted to become human, that's a big if, then why not skip infancy with its dirty diapers and colic? Why not skip adolescence with its acne and peer pressure?" But God didn't skip those stages; he fully embraced our fallen humanity. Langley's sermon contains profound doctrine and practical applications all wrapped in a fascinating story from history.
This week we also feature:
- Sermon Series: "Generosity"—a four-part series by Jim Nicodem and Gordon MacDonald
- Illustration: Man Wants a Less Needy Robot 'Woman'
- Video: Come Thou Long Expected Jesus
Managing Editor, PreachingToday.com
P.S. If you need some fresh ideas for your Christmas preaching, check out these excellent new sermons on our site:
- "Rachel Weeping" by Ken Langley (a great resource for preaching in the midst of tragedies and tears)
- "The Three Gifts of Christmas" by Steve Matthewson
- "God's Favor" by Colin Smith
- "A View from the Choir" by Bryan Wilkerson
- "The Purpose of Christmas" by Tim Keller (a PreachingToday.com classic)
After pastoring churches in Minnesota and on Long Island (most recently the Three Village Church), Matt Woodley now lives in Chicago and serves as the Managing Editor for PreachingToday.com.
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