Christmas Sermons, Videos, Backgrounds and PowerPoint Templates for Preaching
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UPDATED: For 2007. One thing that can’t be avoided during the Christmas season is the shopping. Here are some practical pointer’s to help out with your shopping. (This sermon ties in the Salvation message with shopping)
Denomination: Holiness
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 2/13/2003
A stewardship message that teaching that giving it to God, not to a budget, a cause, or the church.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Shared: 5/11/2005
Paul said, "Thanks be unto God for His indescribable gift." Why does Paul call Jesus "indescribable?" I think that there are at least four reasons.
Shared: 11/6/2001
The birth of Jesus Christ represents a gift of great value, but one which must be opened and received.
Series: Christmas
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 3/30/2001
The act of giving is an act of worship, tells me where my heart is, and tells me how much I trust God.
Denomination: Methodist
Shared: 12/27/2000
Our stewardship should include tithing to support our local church.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 11/11/2000
Opens with some gift-wrapping funnies, closes with great illus. is study of HOW GOD WRAPPED His greatest gift, HOW MARY WRAPPED the gift, HOW SATAN WRAPS the gift, and HOW THE HOLY SPIRIT UNWRAPS it. Powerpoint at website.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 9:15
Shared: 12/8/2004
A message on Tithing with some humor mixed in. Pointed and effective.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 7/15/2002
You, your money and God - A look at what the Bible says in regards to giving.
Shared: 1/22/2004
I guess we’ve all been in a position when we have received that indescribable gift – then been lost for words when we opened it in front of a doting relative! As someone perceptively said, “Christmas is a season of emotional family ties – especially when
Denomination: *Other
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 9:15
Shared: 12/10/2007