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In the Gospel of Luke, we come across two characters who make their appearance in the final acts of the Christmas drama. One is a man named Simeon; the other is a woman named Anna. They don’t appear in any nativity scenes or in many Christmas cards, but
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 5/13/2003
A brief Christmas devotion
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Galatians 2:20
Shared: 12/2/2006
The relevance of Bethlehem, with thoughts gleaned from other sources. Good for a Christmas communion service.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 2:1-2:12
Shared: 5/16/2005
When is the last time you looked at God’s gifts under "His tree?"
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Romans 5:1-5:11
Shared: 12/9/2005
A Christmas sermon in poetry
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:20
Shared: 11/2/2005
An outline with key thoughts using the shepherd’s responses to the good news for evangelism and encouragement to witness.
Denomination: Mennonite
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:20
Shared: 12/17/2007
An evangelistic Christmas message encouraging unbelievers to receive Christ and experience an everyday Christmas.
Denomination: Methodist
Shared: 12/12/2006
Can you hear it? There is a buzz in the air. Maybe you can feel it. As the song states, In the air there is a feeling of Christmas.It permeates everything tonight. Everything.
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 12/20/2012
Is that what I do? Do I 'keep Christmas.well? I have a feeling that many of us do not. Maybe we do not how to keep Christmas. We do not know how to Treasure Christmas, so we just celebrate it.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:20
Shared: 12/12/2013
Christmas Eve is the time, when the membrane between heaven and earth is so thin you can almost see through it. This is the night when God sent out a love letter of cosmic proportions, the night when Christ entered the world, fully God and fully man.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:20
Shared: 12/20/2014