Christ Is Lord
Topic: Christmas Passage: Luke 2:10–2:11
Our text this morning is a point of important grammar. The words in question are ‘Christ and Lord’. They are in what we call the nominative case, which means they are equated. That’s another way of saying they are one and the same or the equivalent of each other. Why is this important? Because the angel’s message is saying that this messiah who has come is not just a messiah, but The Messiah. He is God!
- Jesus is Lord and Saviour
- Lord and Saviour
- What does ‘Lord of my life’ mean?
- Practical lordship
- If Jesus is Lord, then He must be Lord of our thinking
- If Jesus is Lord, then He must be Lord of our wills and morals
- If Jesus is Lord, then He must be Lord of the church