The month of December remains a sacred moment, especially to Christians across the world. This is mainly due to the commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ who is revered as the founder of the Christian faith.
Here in Ghana, the month of December is not just a time for celebration but also a moment for Christians to reflect on their lives and thus see the best direction to take in the coming year.
What this means is that we will be seeing Church programs across the country. In this article, YEN.com.gh will bring to you some sermon titles that would mostly be used this December.
1. The art of giving
Christmas is all about giving. In the Holy Bible, we are made to believe that God sent his only begotten son to Earth for our salvation. It is against this background that we should expect your pastor to preach on something about giving in December.
2. Beginning afresh
One of the main sermon titles that pastors in Ghana will definitely preach on will be about how one could start his or her life with a lean slate. December being the last month of the Gregorian Calendar will see churches help congregants explore best ways of leaving bad habits and stating on a clean slate.
3. The power of the Holy Ghost
Christian narrative tells us that the mother of Jesus Christ, Mary Magdalene was a virgin when she conceived the son of God. In fact, we are made to believe that Mary was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit. Don't be surprised if your pastor makes good use of this Bible story to preach the power of the Holy Spirit.
4. The power of sacrifice
The story surrounding the birth of Christ is mostly etched on the power of sacrifice. Just take a closer look at the whole story and you will find the theme of sacrifice from the risks Joseph had to take to in securing the best safe place for Mary to the sacrifice God also made him sending down his son to save the world.
5. Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh
The Christmas story is never complete without the narrative of the 3 wise men who offered their best to baby Jesus. This story has been over-flogged over the years and we will definitely hear of it in Church this December.
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