In the Studies in Luke series we move to verse 66 this week and consider the phrase, "What manner of child is this!". In doing so, Elder Cunningham presents a sermon on raising children. In the sermon, he considers the influence of personality, home life, and training but most importantly the mercy of God in... Continue Reading →

Luke 1:46-55 presents the only account of Mary's Hymn or what is referred to that is Magnificat. This hymn is divided up into two movements -- verses 46 through 49 making up the first movement and verses 50 through 55 making up the second. In this sermon, we consider the second movement which is focused... Continue Reading →

The subject of this sermon is the beginning of Mary's response, as inspired by the Holy Spirit, as recorded in Luke 1:46-55. In this message, Elder Cunningham looks at the connection between the song of praise which Moses sang on the banks of the sea to the words of Mary. In each, we see how... Continue Reading →

The Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church continues the study of the book of Luke in this sermon. In this message, we examine Elisabeth's hymn as it is recorded in Luke 1:42-45. This hymn of Elisabeth echoes the words of Gabriel to Mary and serves to reaffirm her faith. It also reflects the personal nature of our... Continue Reading →

Leaped in the Womb – Luke 1 (Sermon 17)

Elder Cunningham continues the study of Luke taking his text from Luke 1:40-41. With this text, we consider the key doctrinal concept of regeneration. Elder Cunningham also goes to John, 1 Peter, and Ephesians to examine this subject. You can listen to this sermon, and all sermons from Amarillo PBC, using your favorite podcast app... Continue Reading →

Joseph’s Calling – Luke 1 (Sermon 16)

Elder Cunningham brings a message from Luke 1:39-40 and Matthew 1:18-21. In this sermon, we consider how the two Gospel accounts reconcile. Luke presents the account from the standpoint of Mary and Matthew presents from the view of Joseph. In doing so, we consider Joseph's calling in conjunction with Mary's role in the coming birth... Continue Reading →

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