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The Covenant means that: 1. God is relational. 2. God is faithful. 3. God is on the move.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Luke 1:68-1:79
Shared: 12/10/2006
Zechariah (the father of John the Baptist) declared certain prophecies about the coming Messiah and how He would fulfill the dream of a "white Christmas" for Israel. What were these prophecies, and how did Jesus fulfill them?
Shared: 12/25/2009
God has a plan for the life of each of us just as He had a plan for Zacharias, Elizabeth, and John the Baptist.
Denomination: Christian Church
Scripture: Luke 1:68-1:79
Shared: 12/10/2006
The dynamic of waiting for Christmas morning is the same dynamic that set up the first Christmas 2010 years ago. When Jesus arrived, He came as Emmanuel, God with us, the Dayspring who has visited us.
Denomination: Foursquare
Scripture: Luke 1:1-1:79
Shared: 12/12/2010
A sermon for the week after Christmas; dealing with post-holiday let down
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 1:68-1:79
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 5/28/2002
Joy is the result of gratitude in light of God’s grace to our guilt.
Scripture: Luke 1:67-1:79
Shared: 12/20/2002
First in three sermons to coordinate with Narnia film and Christmas season- to embrace the life changing power of Jesus
Series: Narnia
Scripture: Luke 1:68-1:79
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 12/1/2005
Jesus came to break chains that bind people and set them free.
Denomination: Free Methodist
Scripture: Luke 10:67-1:79
Shared: 12/11/2002
A message to remind us 1) what God has done for us 2) what He has promised us, and 3) where He is taking us. We must make the decision whether or not to take God into the New Year with us.
Denomination: Nazarene
Scripture: Luke 1:68-1:79
Shared: 12/24/2006
- Two things Lucy saw coming into Narnia - First it was Winter - Second a lamppost in the middle of a wood - Have you noticed that the Christmas story is told in bleakness of hard taxation & darkness? - Not much different than today
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 1:78-1:79
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 12/12/2005