The Long-Expected King

December 17, 2017 Speaker: Steve Thiel Series: Glory to the Newborn King

Topic: Christmas Passage: Matthew 1:1–1:25

The Long-Expected King
Christ Proclamation Church
Matthew 1:1-25
December 17, 2017

The Old Testament is filled with signs that a Messiah is coming who is the King of Kings. These signs identify Jesus Christ as that King, who came on a mission to save His people from their sins.

I. ARRIVAL OF A KING – (Matthew 1:1-25)
   A. Through Personal Genealogy – (Matt. 1:1-17)
   B. Through Pregnancy Narrative – (Matt. 1:18-21)
   C. Through Prophecy Fulfillment – (Matt. 1:22-25)
        1. Prophecy Given – (Isaiah 7:)
        2. Prophecy Fulfilled – (Luke 2)

II. ANTICIPATION OF A KING – (Old Testament)
   A. Adam, An Established King – (Gen. 2:18-20)
   B. Abraham, A Conquering King – (Gen. 14:14-16)
   C. Judah, A Sacrificial King – (Gen. 44:32-33)
   D. Boaz, A Relational King – (Ruth 4:5-22)
   E. David, An Eternal King – (2 Sam. 7:12-16)
   F. Prophets, A Lowly Shepherd King – (Micah 5:2)

III. ADORATION OF A KING – (Application)
   A. Joy – For Jesus is our Savior – (Luke 2:10-11)
   B. Worship – For Jesus is our King – (Matt. 2:11)

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