The Real Jesus: Rediscover the Most Famous Man in History


The Real Jesus: Rediscover the Most Famous Man in History

Abraham Lincoln. Adolf Hitler. Elon Musk. None of them more famous than the Jewish Carpenter from Nazareth. How did this tiny baby grow up to be the most influential person to ever live? South Bay Bible Church, 578 Montauk Highway, East Moriches, is pleased to announce the start of The Real Jesus: Rediscover The Most Famous Man in History on Sunday, December 5, at 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. Join us in person or online at, Facebook Live, or YouTube.

“Some will say that Jesus is irrelevant to life in our day, but I would suggest that He is the most relevant and talked-about man in the world” said Matt Horne, lead pastor.

Whether you consider yourself a church person or not, you’re invited to join us for this three-part series, The Real Jesus, as Pastor Matt invites us to discover who Jesus really is.

1. Word in Flesh (Luke 4:14-22; John 1:1-14; Hebrews 1:1-4) – December 5: When it comes to the most famed man to ever walk the earth, where does one begin to share his story? Well, perhaps the best place to start would be about 1400 years before his birth. The Jewish people had long awaited this baby boy, as he would grow up to be the prophet who would finally speak for the people.

2. Servant unto Death (Isaiah 53; 1 Timothy 2:5; Hebrews 9:11-14) – December 12: When the people of Jesus’ time began to interact with him, he was much different than they hoped and expected. They expected a governmental figure who would be a warrior for them. Jesus chose the path of a servant, one who would suffer for the glory of God and the joy of the people, even unto his own death.

3. Heaven on Earth (Isaiah 55; Mark 1:14-15; Colossians 1:15-20) – December 19: Jesus grew up and had an important announcement to make. Most of his life and ministry would be centered on promoting this announcement – “The Kingdom of God has come!” What did he mean by this? It’s not a place and it’s more than an idea. It’s good news.




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