Sermons by Scripture

A listing of all our sermons for Matthew 1

December 24, 2018 Mario Villella
Part 3: The Messiah Is Born
Back To Bethlehem
Mario Villella

Part 3 of the series, "Back to Bethlehem." This was the Christmas Eve sermon for 2018.

December 16, 2018 Mario Villella
Part 1: A Redeemer Is Found
Back To Bethlehem
Mario Villella

Part 1 of the series, "Back to Bethlehem." In this sermon, we learn an overview of the book of Ruth and its connection to Christmas/Jesus.

December 9, 2018 Mario Villella
Christmas From Mary's Point-of-View
Stand-Alone Sermons (2018)
Mario Villella

In this stand-alone sermon, we learn about the Christmas story from the point-of-view of Mary.  Also included is a teaching on how our present sufferings aren't worth being compared to the glory of the full salvation that comes to us in eternity.

December 24, 2017 Mario Villella
Part 7: Savior
Jesus Is...
Mario Villella

Part 7 of the sermon series Jesus Is... Matthew 1:21 and others. In this sermon, we learn about how Jesus is the Savior of the world.

December 24, 2015 Mario Villella
Part 4: It Is The Night Of Our Dear Savior's Birth
O Holy Night
Mario Villella

This is the part 4, the conclusion, of our series, "O Holy Night". Why do we celebrate night of our Savior's birth? Birthday celebrations are generally a celebration of that person's life. So why are we so fixated on our Savior's birth night?

December 20, 2015 Mario Villella
Part 3: Fall On Your Knees
O Holy Night
Mario Villella

This is the third part of the series "O Holy Night." Matthew 2:1-12. In this sermon, we learn about the wise men who bowed down to Jesus.

June 14, 2015 Mario Villella
Part 6: Everything Happens For A Reason?
Ruth Redeemed
Mario Villella

Part 6 of the series, "Ruth Redeemed." Ruth 4:11-22. This is the conclusion to the book of Ruth.

December 30, 2012 Jim Ungaro
Joseph
Stand-Alone Sermons (2012)
Jim Ungaro

In this sermon we take a look at who Joseph was. What can we learn about his character through his dilemma with Mary and the virgin birth?