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  • Christ-Mis Assumptions

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Dec 30, 2002
    based on 114 ratings
     | 3,638 views

    Some of the same misassumptions about the Messiah that caused the people of Israel to miss the coming of the Messiah can cause us to miss God’s working in our lives. We’ll look at four Christ-mis assumptions.

    I thought about what to do for a Christmas Eve message. I thought about the angels, I thought about the baby in the manger, I thought about the busyness of the season, and carols and hot apple cider and hayrides in the snow – and my mind kept going back, back to Israel, its land and its people at ...read more

  • Look Into The Face Of Christ, And See The Heart Of God.

    Contributed by Don Schultz on Dec 6, 2001
    based on 270 ratings
     | 8,939 views

    Because we cannot ascend to God (which is attempted during the Christmas season), God descends to us, and gives us meaning and joy.

    Luke 2:1-20 Look Into The Face of Christ, and See the Heart of God. Of all the holidays during the calendar year, both secular and religious, I would describe Christmas as a high-effort holiday. We have lots of low-effort holidays, like Memorial Day or Labor Day. How much effort do those ...read more

  • What's So Great About Christmas

    Contributed by Paul Larsen on Dec 15, 2001
    based on 185 ratings
     | 9,277 views

    Everything has a crack in it, Christ comes to make all things new.

    Christmas Eve Edna Hong’s book, Bright Valley of Love, is the true story of a physically challenged child who found a haven of love. Gunther was born near the end of World War I. His father was away at war. His mother would not care for him because he was deformed suffering from a severe ...read more

  • The Light Of Christmas

    Contributed by Jason Zahn on Dec 27, 2001
    based on 84 ratings
     | 5,458 views

    Light and Christmas are a powerful combination that can only be fully acheived and enjoyed in the glow of the world’s One, True, Light, Jesus Christ.

    “Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack frost nipping at your nose, Yuletide songs being sung by a choir, and folks dressed up like Eskimos. Everybody knows a turkey and some mistletoe, help to make the season bright. Tiny tots with their eyes all aglow will find it hard to sleep tonight.” I ...read more

  • The Angel's Message To The Shepherds: He's For You!

    Contributed by Matthew Rogers on Dec 6, 2001
    based on 260 ratings
     | 14,161 views

    YOUR Savior...YOUR King...YOUR Christ...YOUR gift. A short Christmas Eve devotion about the personal nature of God’s Christmas gift.

    CHRISTMAS EVE 1999 INTRODUCTION The greeting on one certain Christmas card goes like this: “Christmas is just plain weird. What other time of year do you sit around staring at a dead tree in your living room and eat candy out of your socks.” There are some things about Christmas that ...read more

  • Touch Heaven Series

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Apr 25, 2002
    based on 103 ratings
     | 8,325 views

    Touch God with your praise.

    TOUCH HEAVEN Luke 1:26-56 S: Praise to God Th: The Christmas Touch Pr: TOUCH GOD WITH YOUR PRAISE. ?: When? KW: Times TS: We will find in our study of Mary that there are two times when we are to touch God with praise. The ____ time we should touch God with praise is the… I. GOOD ...read more

  • Down To Earth Series

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Apr 30, 2002
    based on 73 ratings
     | 6,611 views

    Jesus came for us.

    DOWN TO EARTH John 1:14-18 S: Incarnation Th: Christmas: It’s About Jesus Pr: JESUS CAME FOR US. ?: How do we know? KW: Steps TS: In John 1:14-18, we will find five steps that lead us to discovering how God reveals Himself. The ____ step that leads us to discovering how God reveals ...read more

  • Just In Time! Series

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Jan 2, 2003
    based on 163 ratings
     | 11,247 views

    A meditation: We rejoice in a God who keeps His Word.

    JUST IN TIME! Luke 2:22-32 S: Promise kept Th: We have a reason to rejoice! Pr: WE REJOICE IN A GOD WHO KEEPS HIS WORD. ?: How is it observed? KW: Aspects TS: As we consider the story of Simeon, we will observe three aspects that show us why we have reason to rejoice. Inductive The ...read more

  • The Christmas Collision Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Apr 15, 2003
    based on 223 ratings
     | 11,731 views

    I don’t know what kind of calamity you’ve experienced but I do know the words “Christmas” and “collision” go together.

    The Christmas Collision During the summer of 1977 I was in the front seat of my friend’s car as we were out for a drive, listening to some music at a pretty high volume. My job was to keep the tunes coming and his job was to drive. As I was bending over to search for another 8-track tape (I told ...read more

  • The Greatest Gift Of All- Jesus! Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Dec 27, 2002
    based on 187 ratings
     | 46,790 views

    Accept the greatest gift of all this Christmas a gift that will not break, rust, lose it’s power of fade away - Jesus!

    The Greatest Gift of All – Jesus! Thesis: Accept the greatest gift of all this Christmas a gift that will not break, rust, lose it’s power of fade away - Jesus! Reference our Modern Day parable read in the service! Texts: Acts 2:38,39 38Peter replied, “Repent and be baptized, every ...read more

  • A Gift Ready To Be Recieved Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Mar 19, 2003
    based on 119 ratings
     | 24,035 views

    I’d like to suggest tonight that the all-time best gift that has ever been given is Jesus Christ. And, once you open this gift, you will never want to return it, and you will never be the same!

    A Gift Ready to Be Received A little girl is sitting on her grandpa’s lap rattling off her long Christmas list. The grandfather recognized that this was “a teachable moment,” and so he said, “Honey, it’s more blessed to give than it is to receive.” To which the granddaughter replied, “I know ...read more

  • Nothing Is Impossible With God

    Contributed by Jim Twamley on Mar 25, 2003
    based on 43 ratings
     | 7,841 views

    "For nothing is impossible with God."

    The events described in Scripture regarding the birth of Christ actually happened. It begins in the home of a young girl named Mary who lived almost 2,000 years ago in the Town of Nazareth in the province of Galilee, and it culminates with the visit of the Magi and the subsequent flight into Egypt ...read more

  • Ready Or Not, Here I Come

    Contributed by Matthew Rogers on Dec 6, 2001
    based on 364 ratings
     | 17,543 views

    Have we done more to prepare for the celebration of a past event (Christmas) than we have to prepare for His future coming? A message for Christmas Eve.

    INTRODUCTION Everyone stand – because it’s participation time! Holding up the appropriate number of fingers, communicate with your partner:  Christmas is tomorrow. On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the most and 1 being the least, how prepared are you for Christmas?  ...read more

  • Waiting For Christmas Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on May 13, 2003
    based on 1,323 ratings
     | 549,690 views

    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

    Waiting for Christmas Kids have a hard time waiting for Christmas. Here are some actual letters that were written to Santa: Dear Santa Claus, When you come to my house there will be cookies for you. But if you are real hungry you can use our phone and order a pizza to go. Dear Santa, I ...read more

  • What Should Christmas Look Like?

    Contributed by John Kah on Dec 6, 2001
    based on 186 ratings
     | 4,788 views

    Many pressures vie to shape our celebration of Christmas. The most popular forces that shape our impresion of Christmas always leave us with the feeling that "it’s not enough". To find the true view of what Christmas should look like you must go over to

    "What Should Christmas Look Like?" Luke 2:15-20 A mother and father went Christmas shopping one Saturday afternoon with their seven-year-old daughter. The Little girl was so thrilled and enthusiastic about the season. But her parents were just the opposite- - they were so grumpy, so tense and ...read more