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November 17, 2016

History, Mystery, Divinity

ID: 14213 • Series

In communicating the incarnation of Christ, the gospel writers were very clear on certain key points. They were writing history, events that really happened and not legends or fables, yet those events held a deep mystery that could not be explained by natural means. The reason for this paradox is plain: the One coming to redeem the world was God Himself, divinity in the form of a human baby. In this series, Alistair Begg focuses on the principles of history, mystery, and divinity to explore Luke’s account of those who first heard about the Savior’s coming. As we observe the faith and obedience of Elizabeth, Zechariah, and Mary, we are challenged to praise God for His goodness and receive His gift of salvation.

Sermons in this Series

Elizabeth and Zechariah

Luke 1:5-23

Series: History, Mystery, Divinity

Sermon Includes Transcript 41:44 ID: 3065

The Annunciation

Luke 1:26-38

Series: History, Mystery, Divinity

Sermon Includes Transcript 40:30 ID: 3067

The Magnificat, Part One

Luke 1:39-48

Series: History, Mystery, Divinity

Sermon Includes Transcript 39:53 ID: 3069

The Magnificat, Part Two

Luke 1:46-56

Series: History, Mystery, Divinity

Sermon Includes Transcript 35:30 ID: 3071