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  • Holy Day Inn Keeper Series

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Dec 8, 2001
    based on 48 ratings

    Christmas Eve parable/sermon featuring the first ever Christmas letter written by an ancient inn keeper, and recently rediscovered in the Stockholm University Library archives.

    "She wrapped him snugly in strips of cloth and laid him in a manger because there was no room in the village inn." (Luke 2:7, NLT)" Over the years various traditions have developed around the innkeeper and we’ve imagined quite a bit about him. Often we’ve thought of him as a more

  • The Inn Keeper Who Missed Christmas Series

    Contributed by Bob Marcaurelle on Dec 3, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    In celebrating Christmas we need the proper balance between emphasizing the Christ of Christmas and the celebration of Christmas.

    THE INNKEEPER WHO MISSED CHRISTMAS Luke 2:7 Text: “. . .and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in strips of cloth and placed him in a manger, because there was no room for them The man who ran the motel in Bethlehem, on the outskirts of Jerusalem, where millions of more

  • Chirstmas Eve

    Contributed by Todd Kornahrens on Dec 24, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    Christmas Eve Sermon looking at the reaction of the Shephers, Wise Men and Inn Keeper

    In the new Veggie Tales movie, the Lord of the Beans which is an excellent movie by the way The main character, Toto Baggypants discovers that each one of us have been given a gift a gift from God But it is up to us what we do with it and how we use it Tonight we have come more

  • Missed Christmas

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Dec 27, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Even many Christians will miss the real reason for the season. And we might be the cause for the world not to know Jesus. Will you take up the challenge to tell others about the birth of Christ in your very lives?

    Opening illustration: Have you ever missed a great opportunity? The story is told of a small resort area along the east coast that was having an open town meeting concerning some financial problems they were facing. Among the two dozen or so people was one man no one seemed to know who was more

  • The Star Service 2006

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Dec 15, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Let us digress from the well known story and consider the Inn keeper who missed Jesus’ birth

    NR 17-12-06 The Star Service 2006 It is very difficult to come up with some new take on a story that is so well known. Throughout England there are going to be churches Sunday schools and Primary schools re-inacting the Christmas story. Story: One year a Sunday School was putting on a more

  • Missing The Celebration

    Contributed by James Lee on Dec 7, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    Some have said that one man missed the celebration. The Inn Keeper missed the coming of the Messiah. In reality there was an Inn filled with people and a town who missed the celebration.

    “Missing the Celebration” Luke 2: 4-7 Christmas is a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, the only Son of God. There were a number of people surrounding the birth that Christmas, like Mary, Joseph and the shepherds. Some have said that with one simple statement, Luke tells us of one man more

  • "The Knock"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Dec 8, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    The sermon portrays Joseph knocking on the door and the Inn Keeper said, "there is no room." Also let us consider our response as Jesus is knocking on our hearts door and who will get the door.

    “The Knock” Luke 2: 1-7 Dr. Bill Wilson was preaching a sermon explaining how the inn keeper just simply had no room for Jesus in the inn; as a result the Savior had to be born in meager circumstances in a manger for cattle. Explaining how God is calmly knocking on our more

  • Finding Room For The Savior Series

    Contributed by Bobby Daniel on Dec 20, 2008
    based on 13 ratings

    1st sermon from my Christmas series where i look at Christmas from point of view of Biblical characters, an attempt at a topical sermon.

    Finding Room for the Savior Christmas through their Eyes Luke 2:1-7 Introduction Ask: Has anyone ever been to a children’s Christmas program? Back when I was in elementary school it was still OK for schools to have Christmas programs and actually call them Christmas programs. On top of more

  • Lessons From Innkeepers

    Contributed by Scotty Killingsworth on Dec 13, 2001
    based on 21 ratings

    God uses the lowly to teach us the best lessons on grace

    SN121601 Lessons from Inn-keepers: Bible: Survey Beginning: Let’s all quote the two most famous words from the birth narrative we remember the innkeeper saying, “No room” Innkeepers in the Bible had bad reputations, e.g. hucksters. Innkeepers (persona non grata) were low on the more

  • "Examining Christmas Traditions"

    Contributed by Ray Scott on Dec 2, 2003
    based on 280 ratings

    This is an informal Wednesday Night Bible Study, examining why we celebrate Christmas on December 25th, what year Jesus was really born, what the Inn was like, and who the Wise Men were.

    “Examining Christmas Traditions” (A Wednesday Night Bible Study) INTRODUCTION: TONIGHT, I want us to informally take a closer look at just a few of the Christmas traditions. I. WHEN WAS JESUS BORN? A. The Year Throughout history, calendars have been dated according to important more

  • Happy Birthday Jesus Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Dec 26, 2009
    based on 8 ratings

    The third is a Christmas sermon series

    Happy Birthday Jesus Text: Luke 2:1-7 By: Ken McKinley (Read Text) God’s eternal plan for redemption was perfectly laid out. When you look at the details you can’t help but be in awe of that fact. God planned redemption from the foundation of the world. Sending Jesus into the world was not more

  • Joseph, An Obedient Servant

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Dec 19, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    What can we learn from the bibles Silent Witness?

    Joseph @ the school Nativity - illustration At the school nativity play a boy desperately wanted to play the role of Joseph. He didn't get the part – he was to be the inn keeper. Instead the part of Joseph went to his greatest rival in the class. He was very upset. All through rehearsals he more

  • The Right Place At The Right Time Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 27, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    When God provided His Son on Christmas and throughout his earthly life, God did it right. No surprises, no failures, no forgotten details.

    The Right Place at the Right Time (Galatians 4:4-5) 1. We noticed in previous weeks that the Messiah was born in Bethlehem to fulfill prophecy. He was born in the right place. 2. A Sunday School was putting on a Christmas pageant which included the story of Mary and Joseph coming to the more

  • How Good Is The Care We Give To Others? Series

    Contributed by Patrick O'loughlin on Sep 8, 2016

    The Good Samaritan sets the standard for caring.

    Text: Luke 10:30-37 Title: How good is the care we give to others? This month we are going to elaborate on promoting a culture of caring for others in the church. The Bible has a lot to say about caring for each other so let’s begin by looking today at the parable of the Good more

  • The Honour Of Second Place

    Contributed by Geoffrey Foot on Jan 17, 2017

    In life there are those who seem to be born leaders but leaders need the essential support of others and appear to take 2nd place. The disciple of Jesus, Andrew shows us very clearly that there is Honour in taking Second Place.

    I’m sure in the past you have either applied for a job or some position and you attended an interview panel or selection board. Well picture the disciples before such an examining board which was appointed to choose Jesus' closest associates. Peter stood there smelling of fish -- uncouth, more