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The Bible tells us that the Gospel was preached first to the Jews. Why would they get first crack at salvation? And what can this mean to us?
Scripture: Luke 2:25-2:32
Shared: 12/9/2012
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The "sign" the shepherds received was a baby in a manger. But compared to the sights and sounds of the angels in the sky... a baby in a feeding trough would seem somewhat anti-climatic. Why did God do it that way?
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:20
Shared: 12/4/2006
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A teacher asked " What do you think were Jesus first words when He came out of that tomb?" A little girl shouted excitedly "I know,!" "Bethany what did he say." Extending her arms high into the air she said: "TA DA! Beloved TA DA Christ has risen!
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 3/25/2013
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Jesus said He offered a different peace than the world did. But what kind of peace does the world offer us and how is what Jesus gives better than that?
Scripture: Luke 2:13-2:14
Shared: 12/30/2012
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Some people regard Jesus to be like Santa Claus - Hes just a little further up the food chain. But as our Messiah, Jesus came to offer far more than a jolly elf. What is it that Jesus as Messiah offers that this world can not equal?
Scripture: Luke 2:8-2:12
Shared: 12/23/2012
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A Three Point Sermon Point One- "He Is Risen" Point Two- "He Is Risen" Point Three "He Is Risen"
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Matthew 28:1-28:10
Shared: 4/16/2014
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What are some of the tests we face in the middle years of life and how ought we navigate them to the glory of God?
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: James 1:1-1:27
Shared: 1/10/2011
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The word of the Lord was rare in those days, how to thrive a season of silence.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Psalms 32:8
Shared: 1/20/2014
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A look at why God chose shepherds to hear the news if the King of Kings birth.
Denomination: Salvation Army
Scripture: Luke 2:8-2:20
Shared: 12/25/2009
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In order to receive the promises of God, we must be in the correct position to not only see the promises as blessings, but to receive them for the benefit of those we disciple.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 1:20
Shared: 3/10/2014
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