Church of the Incarnation

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This book is different in the sense it goes through each chapter in Revelation starting from chapter one of Revelation to Chapter 22 and the second difference is it has Gentiles and Jews here during the great Tribulation according to Scripture. Below is a preview of the book The apostle Paul tells us in 2 Corinthians 5: 8 (KJV): "We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord.” This passage explains that when we are absent from the body, in case of death we are then taken to the presence of the Lord and, according to the book of Luke, angels will carry us to the presence of the Lord. Luke 16:22 (KJV): “And it came to pass, that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham's bosom: the rich man also died and was buried.” We see the angels carrying Lazarus into the bosom of Abraham who was in Paradise, and we know that when Jesus died he took Paradise to heaven. Luke 23: 42-43 (KJV): “And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou come into thy kingdom. And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, today shalt thou be with me in paradise. Then how do the dead in Christ rise first if they are already in the presence of the Lord? The rapture is the reunion of the spirit with our bodies, but many people’s body who already died are in graves here on earth. So, in the rapture, those who are still alive will see dead bodies raising from the grave. 1 Thessalonians 4: 16-17 “For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.” When Jesus will come, those who are already dead will enter into new bodies after the Holy Spirit raises them up.” 1 Corinthians 15: 52 (KJV): “In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.” This scenario will appear like the modern version of a TV show "The zombie apocalypse," but it will convert to Christ many unbelievers as they will witness something supernatural. Revelation 11:11 “And after three days and a half the Spirit of life from God entered into them, and they stood upon their feet; and great fear fell upon them which saw them.” The Holy Spirit will raise the bodies from the grave as He did in Romans 8:11 (KJV): “But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwelleth in you, he that raised up Christ Jesus from the dead shall give life also to your mortal bodies through his Spirit that dwelleth in you.” So fear will fall on anyone seeing the dead bodies raising from the graves joining with the spirits who descended from Jesus as He returns, but those frighten people will give glory to God and become saved. Revelation 11:13 (KJV): “And the same hour was there a great earthquake, and the tenth part of the city fell, and in the earthquake were slain of men seven thousand: and the remnant were affrighted and gave glory to the God of heaven.” The frighten ones will reign in the thousand-year reign. Zechariah 14:2-4 and Revelation 16:14-16 is the battle of Armageddon and after the battle. Zechariah 14:16 (KJV): “And it shall come to pass, that every one that is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall even go up from year to year to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, and to keep the feast of tabernacles.” We know that eventually not all of them will stay true to the Lord and will follow Satan, as we show scriptures in our book of the events. Those who will turn their back on God will be tormented with Satan in the Lake of Fire with the rest of the dead. The description of the end time scenario of our book is different from the traditional movies and popular interpretations of the rapture. Commonly, movies that took inspiration from popular doctrines portrayed the rapture by omitting the divine sequence of the prophecy - when scriptures are overlooked - and display a scenario of missing people all of sudden, leaving desolate images after that. So, let the Word of God speaks as it proceeded out of His mouth and as He revealed it to us in a divine and perfect order. Comparing scriptures with scriptures, as taught in 1 Corinthians 2:13, we can be assured that it is God's spirit guiding us in the interpretation of the prophecy to stay firm within the Word that God provided for us. You can check the book out at www.theburgerministry.com or https://www.royandjuliaburger.com/book/ or https://www.westbowpress.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-001161634 Thank you Roy & Julia Burger
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Thank you so much for being one of 233 churches standing in solidarity with the multiple victims of Bill Hybels' sexual assault and sexual harassment, in light of The Willow Creek Association's dehumanising response, and cancelling your hosting of the #gls18 global leadership summit this year. I see you acting like Jesus, standing with the crushed and oppressed. #metoo #cancelGLS18
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Church of the Incarnation offers two locations in Dallas for you and your family to worship, grow, serve, and connect with the community. Main Campus at 3966 McKinney Ave & North Campus at 12727 Hillcrest Dr. Check us out at Incarnation.org!

Mission: As the body of Christ, we seek to be God’s hands and feet in the world, putting the love of Jesus into action all around us. The way in which we believe Church of the Incarnation is called to do that is through these four mission points: Worship in the Great Tradition of the Church, Grow Disciples of Jesus Christ, Serve the Poor, Raise up Christian Leaders for the Renewal of the Church

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Rector's Report 2020 | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

Surveying the land of today's confusing culture, Bishop Anthony Burton ruminates on the weeds sown among the wheat. The Lord of the harvest will sort it all out, and our deeply rooted parish continues to be cultivated for the work of Christ. [Annual Rector's Report, Bishop Anthony Burton, February 9, 2020]

incarnation.org Surveying the land of today's confusing culture, Bishop Anthony Burton ruminates on the weeds sown among the wheat. The Lord of the harvest will sort it all out, and our deeply rooted parish continues to be cultivated for the work of Christ.

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Life & God’s Glory | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

When Mary & Joseph offer simple obedience, God’s glory breaks out. How can that happen in our own lives? [Fr. Thomas Kincaid, Uptown Contemporary service on February 2]

incarnation.org When Mary & Joseph offer simple obedience, God’s glory breaks out. How can that happen in our own lives?

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Hail, Gladdening Light | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

Candlemas, which comes 40 days after Christmas, happens on a Sunday once every so often. It celebrates what Luke’s Gospel describes, when the 40-day old baby Jesus is presented in the Temple by his parents, and the elderly Simeon and Anna burst into song at seeing the Light of God enter the Temple. And that’s what we need to remember. That God is Light, and in his light enlightens all our darkness. But why a 40-day old baby? [Fr. John Sundara, Traditional Service on February 2]

incarnation.org Candlemas, which comes 40 days after Christmas, happens on a Sunday once every so often. It celebrates what Luke’s Gospel describes when the 40-day old baby Jesus is presented in the Temple by his parents, and the elderly Simeon and Anna burst into song at seeing the Light of God enter the Temple....

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We're very appreciative of The Dallas Morning News' complimentary remarks from Friday's Incarnatus concert. The Incarnation Choir

dallasnews.com This seems a golden age for choral singing in North Texas. Joshua Habermann has turned the Dallas Symphony Chorus into one of the finest symphonic choirs...

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More Than We Can Handle | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

Why do we expect so little from God? And why does that make us expect so little from ourselves? [Fr. Thomas Kincaid, Sunday, January 26]

incarnation.org Why do expect so little from God? And why does that make us expect so little from ourselves?

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New and Good Wine | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

Failure is common to all of us, and in my own life, I have felt like a failure many a time. Yet, Jesus’ miracle of transforming the water into wine at the wedding of Cana is good news. It’s a sign of his death and resurrection for us. But what does that have to do with our failures? Can God bring “good wine” out of us? [Fr. John Sundara, Sunday, January 26]

incarnation.org Failure is common to all of us, and in my own life, I have felt like a failure many a time. Yet, Jesus’ miracle of transforming the water into wine at the wedding of Cana is good news. It’s a sign of his death and resurrection for us. But what does that have to do with our failures? Can God brin...

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Christ In You | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

Many people tend to think of the Christian life in terms of imitating Jesus Christ – doing what Christ does, speaking as Christ speaks. But treating Christ merely as a supreme example misses the greater and more glorious reality of Christ dwelling in you. Fr. David challenges us to replace our notions of imitation with Christ’s inhabiting presence in the lives of his people. [Fr. David Thompson, Sunday, January 26]

incarnation.org Many people tend to think of the Christian life in terms of imitating Jesus Christ – doing what Christ does, speaking as Christ speaks. But treating Christ merely as a supreme example misses the greater and more glorious reality of Christ dwelling in you. Fr. David challenges us to replace our not...

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On the 12th Day of Christmas my True Love Gave to Me | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

Why does it matter that God became human? It’s a sentimental story, but is there more to it, something meatier and fuller? Our Gospel reading has much to say on why the Word became flesh and dwelt among us—so that we may know God, and be known by God, in the way that God knows himself. But what does that mean?
[Fr. John Sundara, Traditional Service on January 5]

incarnation.org Why does it matter that God became human? It’s a sentimental story, but is there more to it, something meatier and fuller? Our Gospel reading has much to say on why the Word became flesh and dwelt among us—so that we may know God, and be known by God, in the way that God knows himself. But what ...

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A Law or A Story? | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

Isn’t being a Christian mainly about following some moral commands from God?
[Fr. Thomas Kincaid, Uptown Contemporary Service on January 5]

incarnation.org Isn’t being a Christian mainly about following some moral commands from God?

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Seeing God, and Surviving | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

If we read the Old Testament and walk away feeling the same way we feel when we peek off the edge of a great cliff, we are doing something right. God is intimidating. And he has come to us in the form of a baby without ceasing to be who he is. [Fr. John Jordan, North Campus on January 5]

incarnation.org If we read the Old Testament and walk away feeling the same way we feel when we peek off the edge of a great cliff, we are doing something right. God is intimidating. And he has come to us in the form of a baby without ceasing to be who he is.

Celebrate with Incarnation this Christmas Eve, Tuesday, December 24 at Noon, 2, 5, or 10:30 pm. Service details: https://incarnation.org/christmas-eve-services/

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Two Ways to Avoid Resurrection | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

The resurrection is our only hope for the future, and actually has the power to transform us even now. [Fr. Jon Jordan, North Campus, Nov. 10, 2019]

incarnation.org The resurrection is our only hope for the future, and actually has the power to transform us even now.

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Eternal Perspective | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

Expecting life to go on forever affects how we see our lives today. [Fr. Thomas Kincaid, Traditional Service, Nov 10, 2019] https://incarnation.org/sermon/eternal-perspective

incarnation.org Expecting life to go on forever affects how we see our lives today.

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If You Could Change One Thing | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

If you could change one thing in you life, what would it be? How will you change it? In Sunday’s gospel, Jesus and the Sadducees engage in a discussion about the resurrection. The Sadducees miss the point. But don’t we also? How does the resurrection change our lives? [Fr. john Sundara, Uptown Contemporary Service, Nov. 10, 2019]

incarnation.org If you could change one thing in you life, what would it be? How will you change it? In Sunday’s gospel, Jesus and the Sadducees engage in a discussion about the resurrection. The Sadducees miss the point. But don’t we also? How does the resurrection change our lives?

Don’t forget to visit the library at church today!!

[10/21/19]   We pray you are all safe after last night’s storms. As far as we know, no parishioners have been injured. Please know we are here to support you and our city as we recover from the damage.

Thanks for sharing, Lynn Bissett and Blessings International!

Ever wonder if your work is having impact? This story should be an inspiration.

The Church of the Incarnation's has been going to Honduras for 19 years. On their recent trip to Copán Ruinas, they were unable to run their usual VBS, even though it had become a tradition over the years.

Lynn, one of the mission volunteers, tells the story:

"After years of doing this, I had begun to wonder if we were still having an impact on the community's spiritual life, especially for the children."

"The second day our clinics were open, a little girl stopped by the pharmacy....

"'Where are the games?' she asked.

"I realized she was looking for our usual VBS. I apologized and told her we didn't have that this year. And then I remembered that I had some stickers. I motioned for her to come into our waiting area, and I gave her some stickers, some scrap paper, and a couple of Sharpie markers. We set up a small table where she could draw. And did she draw!

"Soon we had other children asking to draw. Gloria, who is always with our Honduran transportation team, went out to buy a ream of paper and some crayons. Another team member had some educational materials on health and hygiene with him, and we had photocopies made for the children to color. Our little 'pop-up' coloring activity was soon in full swing.

"So many children came that we had to move them out of the pharmacy waiting area and upstairs into the church proper!"

The improvised VBS was a success for rest of the week! And we know the kids are already looking forward to the next clinic and VBS.

Thank you for your faithful dedication, Church of the Incarnation !

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All Dogs Go to Heaven - Traditional | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

Do all dogs (and pets) go to heaven? We don’t know, and we can’t know. However, what we do know is that God desires all people to be saved, and He offers us a path to Salvation, through His Son, Jesus Christ. [Fr. Oliver Lee, #blessed sermon series]

incarnation.org Do all dogs (and pets) go to heaven? We don’t know, and we can’t know. However, what we do know is that God desires all people to be saved, and He offers us a path to Salvation, through His Son, Jesus Christ.

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All Dogs Go to Heaven - Uptown Contemporary | Sermons | Church of the Incarnation

Animals and our pets, dogs included, are wonderful revelations of God’s character to us (Rom 1:20). And Jesus also says that animals show us how to follow God (Mt 6:26). Now, this does not answer the question “do all dogs go to heaven?” and smart theologians have disagreed amongst themselves. Obviously God loves all that he has created. But it also raises a bigger one. How much do we believe God loves us? [Fr. John Sundara, #blessed sermon series]

incarnation.org Animals and our pets, dogs included, are wonderful revelations of God’s character to us (Rom 1:20). And Jesus also says that animals show us how to follow God (Mt 6:26). Now, this does not answer the question “do all dogs go to heaven?” and smart theologians have disagreed amongst themselves. ...

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Choral Evensong resumes this Sunday at 5 pm with Elgar's sumptuous setting of Psalm 29, "Give unto the Lord."

Join us! All are welcome!

Music for Sunday, September 8

Sung Eucharist | 9 & 11:15
Parry: Chorale Fantasia on 'O God our help'
Stanford: Beati quorum via
Stanford: O for a closer walk with God
Brewer: Marche Héroïque

Solemn Evensong | 5 pm
Parker: Festival Prelude
Leighton: Responses
Stanford: Evening Service in B flat
Elgar: Give unto the Lord

Candid and behind-the-scenes shots from our astronaut clergy prepping for #RallyDay launch at Church of the Incarnation. Such a great weekend to share with an out-of-this-world parish.

[08/26/19]   Join in the fun by following us on Instagram @incarnationdfw

Cake walk success! Thank you to all of the volunteers that contributed their skills and time to a successful Rally Day today—we’re ready to launch into fall!

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Stay in the loop on events, hear about upcoming opportunities, and meet other people who attend, by joining us on our new Church of the Incarnation (North Campus) page!

Incarnation North is located in North Dallas just south of 635 at 12727 Hillcrest Rd, Dallas, TX 75230. Worship with us on Sunday at 10:30 am. Check us out at Incarnation.org!

Feasting, Eating and Drinking

In Genesis, there’s the famous story of Abraham bargaining God down from judging Sodom and Gomorrah. And his questions to God—“wilt thou judge the righteous with the wicked? Wilt thou not spare the wicked for the sake of the righteous?”—echoes throughout the pages of Scripture and even into our hearts. Yet, God finally answers Abraham, but not in a way that we would imagine. And God’s answers has to do with the Cross of Christ. [Traditional Service, “Feasting, Eating and Drinking” by Fr. John Sundara on Sunday, July 28]

The Art of Waiting Well

We live in a world where everything can happen at the snap of a finger. Does this make us more impatient, less patient people? Yet, Abraham’s story is all about learning the art of waiting well. What can he teach us about waiting in faith, until the end? And what hope can we find in the Eucharist? [Uptown Contemporary Service, "The Art of Waiting Well" by Fr. John Sundara on July 21, 2019]

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We are in residence at York Minster this week, but we headed east today to see magnificent Beverly Minster, where we sang a bit of Gibbons at the west end.

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The Distance

Physical distance is a real thing in our lives…even with modern technology. How do we deal with our physical distance from God? [Uptown Contemporary Service, "The Distance" by Fr. Thomas Kincaid on Sunday, July 14]

How Can God Love Me?

How do we know God loves us? Because he speaks to us --- which he didn't have to do. Lovers, after all, must communicate. [Traditional Service, “How Can God Love Me?” by the Rev. Canon Victor Lee Austin, Ph.D. on Sunday, July 14]

Learning to love that scary ‘E’ Word

Many of us are understandably reticent about evangelism. Yet, the images of evangelism we have, and God’s description of Christ-loving and Christ-honoring evangelism are very different. Evangelism is all about proclaiming that the kingdom of God is here, both in word and deed. [Uptown Contemporary Service, “Learning to love that scary ‘E’ Word” by Fr. John Sundara on July 7, 2019]

Traditional Service, "He Set His Face"

Jesus "set his face" to go to Jerusalem, which is a key to understanding almost all of Luke's gospel: the point of Jesus' life was to go to the place of his death, resurrection, and ascension. But how did the people know Jesus' face was set? How could they tell? Faces are like sacraments: outward and visible signs of something that’s inward and spiritual and deep. [Traditional Service, "He Set His Face" by the Rev. Canon Victor Lee Austin, Ph.D. on Sunday, June 30]

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Independence Day

Lord God Almighty, in whose Name the founders of this country won liberty for themselves and for us, and lit the torch of freedom for nations then unborn: Grant that we and all the people of this land may have grace to maintain our liberties in righteousness and peace; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. [https://www.lectionarypage.net/YearABC/HolyDays/Indepen.html]

lectionarypage.net The Collect Lord God Almighty, in whose Name the founders of this country won liberty for themselves and for us, and lit the torch of freedom for nations then unborn: Grant that we and all the people of this land may have grace to maintain our liberties in righteousness and peace; through Jesus Chri...

Uptown Contemporary Service

What does it mean when Jesus says he must be placed above every other concern in our lives? [Uptown Contemporary Service, “Above All Else” by Fr. Thomas Kincaid on Sunday, June 30.]

A World-Changing Moment

The resurrection of Christ and the flowing of the Holy Spirit to all the baptized was a world-changing moment. But how? [Traditional Service, “A World-Changing Moment” by Fr. John Sundara on Sunday, June 23]

Neither Male Nor Female

Is Saint Paul’s famous proclamation about oneness in Christ license for self-determination or self-denial? [Uptown Contemporary Service, “Neither Male Nor Female” by Fr. Thomas Kincaid on Sunday, June 23]

When we pause to see God as he truly is, we find a more loving God than we could ever imagine on our own. [Traditional Service, “Holy, Holy, Holy” by Deacon Jon Jordan on Sunday, June 16]

"You are what you love. If you want to be like Jesus, you have to love like Jesus." [Uptown Contemporary Service, “A Tale of Two Cities” by Bishop Anthony Burton on Sunday, June 16]

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A large program-sized parish that feels like a small church, knitted together by friendships that often last a lifetime. A Great Tradition Church which places before the contemporary world the Word of God in its authentic, continuous living apostolic tradition; sane and balanced; organically connected to the life of the Early Church through its bishops and priests; rejoicing in the full western liturgical and theological heritage. Incarnation is the real deal.

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Church of the Incarnation Church of the Incarnation
3966 McKinney Ave
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Incarnation Main Campus is located in Uptown Dallas at 3966 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75204. Sunday Services: 7:30 am, 9 am, 11:15 am, 5 pm, 5:30 pm. Check us out at Incarnation.org!