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A look at those who missed the baby that first Christmas day.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 11/14/2004
Every year at Christmas time this great line is drawn. Here are people who are like shepherds & wise men coming to Jesus to worship Him. And there are others like Herod who stand hard & cold, resisting all that God is trying to do in their lives.
Scripture: Luke 2:7-2:20
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 11/13/2001
Christmas is a time to make room.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:7
Shared: 4/25/2002
God uses the insignificant and the unexpected to bring significance and purpose to our lives. [Christmas Eve Meditation]
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:7
Shared: 12/24/2007
It may seem like Jesus, Mary, and Joseph were at the mercy of innkeepers and emperors, but, in retrospect, the birth of Jesus amplifies Godís control and involvement in the entire matter. God is strong and in control.
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:7
Shared: 12/14/2009
When things donít go the way you planned do you begin to question whether or not you are in Godís will.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:7
Shared: 12/27/2006
If we arenít careful we miss golden opportunites at the Christmas Season.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:7
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 12/14/2001
To motivate the hearer to seek the power of God to enable him/her to become a successful parent.
Denomination: Nazarene
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:7
Shared: 5/8/2002
It doesnít matter where Christ was born if he has not been born in our hearts
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:7
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 12/16/2001
My concern is that we may become so overwhelmed by the noises of Christmas that weíll never hear the sounds of that first Christmas night which we really ought to hear.
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:7
Shared: 11/9/2001