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Series: Christmas
Denomination: Free Methodist
Shared: 12/11/2001
Just as the Wise Men, be ready to meet God in the midst of your everyday activities, then rise up and follow the star. What you believe should determine how you behave. Be willing to put feet on your faith; then rise up and follow the star.
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 1/4/2013
For these Wise men, this was the most important journey they would ever take. Nobody No-thing was going to stand between them and following the star. These Magi made a dramatic commitment of time.to search for this New king.The gift of time.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Matthew 2:1-2:13
Shared: 1/3/2015
God just might give you a star to capture your attention and to guide you. And if you follow that star, everything just might change. An intimate encounter with Jesus has a way of doing that to people.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Matthew 2:1-2:12
Shared: 11/19/2005
A Look at the Visit of the Magi in Matthew 2.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 2:1-2:12
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 12/23/2008
The star that some should be following is not always the Star that leads wise men to the King of kings. Take a good long look at what you are following.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Matthew 2:1-2:10
Shared: 12/11/2011
Epiphany (B) - The wise follow the Epiphany Star. Who are the wise? What do they find?
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Matthew 2:1-2:12
Shared: 2/7/2008
A look at what outsiders the Magi were and the amazing fact that God invited them into the Christmas story anyway.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 2:1-2:2
Shared: 2/27/2013
This passage deals with the myth that the Magi followed the Star of Bethlehem all the way to Jerusalem. In truth, the star disappeared and then reappeared after they were in Jerusalem. The message applies this phenomenon to the way that God often guides
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 2:1-2:10
Shared: 3/13/2013
A look at the fact that the Magi did not come to Bethlehem but to Nazareth. The sermon uses that truth to talk about following God's direction instead of the man's leading.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 2:1-2:6
Shared: 3/20/2013