The Shame and Glory of the Incarnation (Galatians 4:4-7)

Tony FelichTony Felich, December 21, 2008
Part of the Advent series, preached at a Morning Worship service

A history of human shame confronted by God’s redemptive glory is seen most clearly in the incarnation of Jesus Christ
– The Shame of the Fall/The Glorious foretelling of Redemption
– The Shame of sinful corruption/The Glory of God’s judgment and preservation (Genesis 6-9)
– The Shame of unbelief/The Glory of a magnificent promise (Genesis 15-17)
– The Shame of disobedience/The Glorious of God’s righteous standard (Exodus)
– The Shame of worldliness/The Glory of the coming King(Judges/1&2 Samuel)
– The Shame of utter human failure/The Glory of a fulfilled promise (jeremiah-Matthew)
– The Shame of the King’s first coming/The Glory of His life and work (Luke 2-the Gospels)
– The Shame of ongoing sin/The Glory of Christ in us (Colossians 1-the Epistles)


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