Made Like His Brothers (Part 1)

December 13, 2009 | Series: Nine Reasons for the Incarnation. Scripture: Hebrews. Speakers: Pastor Mitch Freeman.

Hebrews 2:5-9
Christmas is the celebration of Jesus’ birth. The day God became man. The Son of God took on human flesh with all its weaknesses and endured a human life without ever becoming anything less than fully God. He remained “the radiance of the glory of God” while becoming “flesh and blood” like his brothers. It is the most glorious mystery of the Christian faith. In this series we’ll explore what Hebrews has to say about both what the Incarnation means and why it was necessary.

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