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  • Making Room For Jesus - The Innkeeper - Message Three - 2010 Series

    Contributed by Daniel Darling on Feb 21, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    Luke 2:7 And she gave birth to her firstborn Son and wrapped Him in swaddling cloths and laid Him in a manger, because there was no place for them in the inn.

    Making Room for Jesus – The Innkeeper Characters of Christmas – Message Three – 2010 Gages Lake Bible Church Luke 2:1-7 December 19, 2010 Pastor Daniel Darling Intro: I’m not sure about you, but when I look a nativity scene or think about the Christmas more

  • "The Inn Hospitality"

    Contributed by Bruce Lee on Dec 1, 2014
    based on 8 ratings

    This is a deeper look at the translation "no room for them in the inn." It is not about there not being enough "space for lodging' but turns to become more about there not being enough "hospitality" for Joseph, Mary, and Jesus.

    “the inn hospitality” “And she brought forth her firstborn Son, and wrapped Him in swaddling cloths, and laid Him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.” Luke 2:7 (NKJV) Intro: There has been much deliberation and speculation over the whereabouts more

  • A Blue Christmas Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 14, 2009
    based on 65 ratings

    What happens when Christmas doesn’t go according to plan? How do we handle it when circumstances rob us of the joy of the season? How do we respond to a "blue Christmas?"

    OPEN: John Simmons tells about a grade school class that was putting on a Christmas play which included the story of Mary and Joseph coming to the inn. In that class was one little boy who wanted so very much to be Joseph. But when the parts were handed out, his biggest rival was given that part, more

  • The Shepherds Message Of Hope Series

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Jan 17, 2012

    This message looks at the birth of Jesus through the eyes of the shepherds, and we must not leave Jesus out of our lives.

    The Shepherd’s message of Hope Luke chapter 2:8-20 This message has some thoughts and illustrations from contributors of sermoncentral. Introduction- We have been in a series called Holding onto Christmas. We can get so busy that we could miss Christmas if we are not careful. Last more

  • Holding Unto Christmas Series

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Jan 17, 2012

    Looking at Christmas and making it truely a time to remmebr Jesus and not just presents and family moments. Experiencing Christmas.

    Holding unto Christmas Luke 2:1-7 Introduction- We are going to begin a series today called Holding unto Christmas. It will run through the Advent season. Preparing for Christmas is a time consuming process. You have to make time to buy presents, attend dinners, work parties. Like I more

  • The Innkeeper

    Contributed by Jeffrey Sims on Dec 25, 2013

    A short drama about what the Innkeeper might have said if given the chance

    This is a drama type sermon, more like a monologue than anything else. Have someone explain that the sermon they are about to become a part of may be a little different than what they are used to (This is especially helpful if you have visitors or you’re at a new church) Have this person more

  • Many Are Scared- The Innkeeper’s Apathy Series

    Contributed by Ryan Akers on Dec 7, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermons looks at 3 different vantage points of the same story and how these people acted towards Jesus. The message begs us to ask, "Who am I in this story?"

    Jesus. What Child is This? Part 2- Many Don’t Care- The Innkeeper’s Apathy Luke 2:1-20 This in a nutshell is the Christmas story. Often read at church during the holiday season or at home on Christmas eve or maybe even on Christmas morning before the presents are opened. It is the story more

  • "No Room"

    Contributed by David Henderson on Dec 22, 2016

    I would guess that many of us can identify with this statement because we feel the same way at this time of year. We have no room. There are several things that begin to happen when we get to this point. None of them are good.

    “No Room” Luke 2:1-7 You may not want to know that there are only two weeks left until Christmas. Hopefully you have been getting ready, you have made your list and checked it twice and you will even have some time to slow down and enjoy the season. I am of the belief that may people, more

  • Innkeeper's Bad Press Not Necessarily Deserved

    Contributed by Frederick Meekins on Dec 14, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Innkeeper's Bad Press Not Necessarily Deserved

    As the opening act of the Greatest Story Ever Told, each character mentioned in the Christmas narrative has had a number of literary traditions and homiletical assumptions added that may or may not be directly traceable to the text of the Holy Bible. One of these is none other than the Innkeeper. more

  • Look Who Missed Out

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Dec 16, 2005
    based on 68 ratings

    The innkeeper and the Bethlehemites, Herod and Court and the High Priest and Priests

    Luke 2:1-7 – Don’t Miss the Baby Story: On the night before Christmas, a young father scolded his 3 year old daughter for having wasted expensive gold tasselled ribbon on a Christmas present. The next day however she gave him the present, a box wrapped with the golden tasselled more

  • No Room In The Inn

    Contributed by Shawn Miller on Dec 18, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    Year after year we seem to see less and less of Christ in Christmas. There was no room for him in the inn: nor today is there room for Jesus on campus, or our culture, or even Christmas. this message is a call to give Jesus the grand suite of your heart

    No Room in the Inn Introduction: When my son, Cody was younger before we moved to McAlester, Ok. He was only in one Christmas play. It was at the rural Assembly of God church and he played the inn-keeper and he had one line . . . and he forgot it. When the time came for him to say his line we more