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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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Originally delivered at a high school convocation in 1995, another pastor recently asked me for these notes. Just as there was a lot of commotion surrounding the birth of God’s Son, we need to make a lot of noise about him today.
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:20
Shared: 12/10/2009
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The Incarnation as Noisy Reality, not Quiet Theology
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:16
Shared: 5/17/2004
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A sermon exploring the Biblical truth behind a favorite carol of Christmas.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 8:9
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 12/8/2006
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A Christmas Eve sermon based upon the Christmas carol.
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:20
Shared: 12/21/2005
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Examining and applying the message of the Carol through the light of Scripture that all our nights may be appropriately silent and holy.
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Scripture: Isaiah 9:1-9:7
Shared: 12/9/2008
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That night the skies and the land were filled with praises for God. It was not a silent night, and neither should we be silent.
Scripture: Luke 2:8-2:20
Shared: 12/9/2008
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Fact or Fiction
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Luke 2:1-1:20
Shared: 12/24/2005
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A look at the holiness and simplicity of Christmas
Scripture: Luke 2:1-2:20
Shared: 8/9/2004
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We enjoy "Silent Night" at Christmas, but what if every night is silent? How do we endure quiet seasons of life when nothing is stirring . . . even God?
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Luke 2:3-2:7
Shared: 12/15/2013
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