Contributing sermons since Dec 8, 2012
Contributed on Dec 15, 2012
The Bethlehem shepherds left their lambs being born in the fields to attend the birth of The Lamb of God who is also the Good and Great Shepherd. But, they were also unique as they pastored the Temple flocks of lambs who would die at the same place, time
The Deeper Significance of the Unique Bethlehem Shepherds "And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the fields, keeping watch over their flock by night." (Luke 2:8) Shepherds are correctly included in every Nativity scene and church Christmas pageant … ...read more
Contributed on Dec 8, 2012
God has revealed in the Christmas story a powerful "sign" of the swaddling clothes and manger which has great spiritual significance, but it has been concealed by our cultural depictions of the Nativity Scene.
A “Sign”? : A New View of the Nativity Scene Luke 2: 1-19 As we read the Christmas story in Luke 2: 1-19, it is such a familiar passage that it is easy to just blow through ...read more