The Word Made Flesh
The modern believer is bombarded with Christian clichés by television, radio, and social media as he goes about his day-to-day walk in the faith. One of those clichés is the ubiquitous "Christ died for you." While true, the statement has lost much of its meaning by overuse and its association with kitsch in the marketplace.
In this message, Peter takes us to Revelation 4, a revelation of the Father, to reacquaint us with the import of John's "and the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us." The fact that God became a man to save his own creation is the revelation of the age.