Christmas Sermons, Videos, Backgrounds and PowerPoint Templates for Preaching
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The Christmas narrative is in danger of being relegated to a sweet story that is just read once a year. Some of us have heard it so much that weíre no longer moved by the magnitude of the Majesty becoming a man. We must never forget that this is holy hi
Denomination: Baptist
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 3/19/2003
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Many fail to see the importance of the virgin birth. Does it really matter? Regardless what liberal theology may say, the virgin birth is essential and recognition of the virgin birth is a core Christian belief.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 1:26-1:38
Shared: 12/1/2013
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Itís difficult being a Christian mother today. But we need to realize that difficulties are not unique to our time.
Shared: 2/19/2001
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Mary the mother of Jesus serves as an example to all mothers today.
Scripture: Luke 1:26-1:38
Shared: 4/4/2001
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When we get to know Joseph and Mary more personally we will see Christmas from their point of view.
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 12/10/2001
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This is the 2nd sermon in the series "Christmas Surprises". This sermon is about Maryís reaction to the news of her pregnancy.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 1:26-1:56
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 11/20/2001
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Letís look at Mary as a model of motherhood, and note some of the difficulties and resources she experienced in trying to be a good mother to her family.
Scripture: Luke 1:26-1:38
Shared: 2/21/2001
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Miracles still happen for those with the courage to look and the faith to see.
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Scripture: Luke 1:26-1:38
Shared: 1/15/2002
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Many times we can misunderstand Maryís role in the redemption story. Letís look at how God used Mary to bring His salvation to His people.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 1:26-1:38
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 5/13/2003
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Mary showed devotion, strength, guidance, and patience as she raised Jesus to fulfil the purpose for which He was born.
Shared: 3/22/2004