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  • Sounds Of Christmas

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Nov 8, 2001
    based on 359 ratings

    My concern is that we may become so overwhelmed by the noise of Christmas that we’ll never hear the sounds of that first Christmas night which we really ought to hear. (PowerPoints available - #196)

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK (Revised: 2013) (PowerPoints used with this message are available for free. Just email me at and request #196.) Let me begin this message by reading aloud what should be a very familiar passage of scripture. It is Luke more

  • Three Ages Of Christmas

    Contributed by Wayne Burnett on Nov 8, 2001
    based on 324 ratings


    THE THREE AGES OF CHRISTMAS I. SCROOGE’S STORY A. The old, selfish, stingy grouch who hated Christmas B. Visited by the three Ghost’s of Christmas C. I would like to use the idea of that story to present this Christmas message II. CHRISTMAS PAST A. For the first 300 years of Christianity more

  • Christmas Daydreams Series

    Contributed by Ken Alford on Nov 21, 2001
    based on 14 ratings

    People spend their time thinking of many things when their time is their own with no distractions. They may stare at a fire, the stars, or out a window, and there is as much variety in those things we think about as there are ways to do it. We think abo

    December 10, 1995 -- AM: The Dreams of Christmas, Part II CHRISTMAS DAYDREAMS Luke 2:8-19 INTRODUCTION: From the closing words of Charles Dickens’ Hard Times, come these insights to the ponderings of the human heart: Here was Louisa on the night of the same day, watching the fire as in days more

  • Will You Be My Neighbor? Series

    Contributed by Jim Kane on Dec 2, 2001
    based on 20 ratings

    One of the ways that we reach and touch others as we build bridges of care and friendship in Christ’s name is by reaching out to our neighbors like the innkeeper

    (Begin with side entrance to the theme of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. Go through the opening routine.) For many years Fred Rogers sang to us, "Will you be my neighbor?" The idea of the neighbor came into the discussion between a Pharisee and Jesus Christ when Jesus was asked, "Who is my neighbor?" more

  • Shepherd's Salvation

    Contributed by Fred Edwards on Dec 3, 2001
    based on 24 ratings

    The "when, where, and how" of receiving Christ was and is available to the least as well as the greatest of men.

    A SHEPHERD’S SALVATION Luke 2:8-14 I. The Situation A. They were shepherds 1. They smelled like the animals (maybe goats). 2. They tended the sheep for temple sacrifice. B. They were ceremonially unclean 1. They were necessary for religion. 2. They were neglected by the religious. C. more

  • Don't Be Afraid

    Contributed by Steve Gladwell on Dec 1, 2001
    based on 57 ratings

    How a christian deals with fear.

    Do you know; I used to like the carol “While shepherds watched”. Both the words and Crimond the music it was set too. As a teenager, I used to go carol singing with the Church in Darlington and that would be sung most nights. We were even fortunate enough to have some good enough singers that we more

  • The Baby Jesus Coming To Our Home Series

    Contributed by Damien Spikereit on Dec 1, 2001
    based on 64 ratings

    An indirect sermon focusing on God’s strange journey to our home.

    - Every family has certain Christmas traditions. I would imagine your family is no different. Some families like to open their presents on Christmas Eve, others wait until Christmas morning. Some families who come from Catholic backgrounds will huddle up in the car and head to Midnight Mass, I more

  • Little Things In The Christmas Story

    Contributed by Ronnie Thrower on Nov 20, 2001
    based on 285 ratings

    Christmas is so big - that we lose sight of the small things used to accomplish Christ birth. So Christians ought to make themselves insignificant for Christmas. Why?

    Little Things In The Christmas Story Text. Luke 2:10-14 Introduction: 1. Christmas is the - a. Largest single event of the year. (Incomparable) b. Largest expense of the year. Gifts, Travel, Telephone, Trees) c. Largest expectation of the year. Relatives, Engagements, Etc.) more

  • The First Christmas

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Oct 30, 2001
    based on 56 ratings

    This Bible study on Luke reveals the power of the Christmas story

    The First Christmas Luke 2.1-20 Midweek Study 1. What is the passage about?: The gospel of Luke is unique in many ways but one of the most striking areas that this book adds to the message of scripture is the events of the birth narrative. This entire account is considered an Interchange because more

  • Three Things That Make An Oustanding Mother

    Contributed by Wayne Searls on May 7, 2002
    based on 524 ratings

    To motivate the hearer to seek the power of God to enable him/her to become a successful parent.

    THREE THINGS THAT MAKE AN OUTSTANDING MOTHER Luke 2:1-7 TEXT: And it came to pass in those days that a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be registered. 2 This census first took place while Quirinius was governing Syria. 3 So all went to be registered, everyone to his more

  • Blue Angel Series

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Dec 7, 2001
    based on 23 ratings

    Christmas Eve parable/sermon about an angel in waiting.

    Now, you may think that angels never get the blues. It’s not true, of course. Kadel was feeling pretty glum about being the only one left in Angel Hall...You know, the place where the angels go to wait for their assignments. Actually, Kadel’s shift started out with great excitement. As soon as more

  • Carl, Sven, And The Angels Series

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Dec 7, 2001
    based on 29 ratings

    Christmas Eve parable/sermon about two Nordic shepherds and their Holy Land encounter with angels.

    "Sven did you yust see what I think I yust saw?" "I don’t know Carl--what do you think it is that you yust saw--because I think I yust saw what you think you yust saw?" "Angels, Sven, angels--one angel and then a whole bunch of angels--singing some strange religious song and talking about some more

  • Holy Day Inn Keeper Series

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Dec 7, 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

  • Angelic Spin Series

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Dec 7, 2001
    based on 53 ratings

    Christmas Eve parable/sermon that focuses on the activities in the Heavenly Ministry of Information on the night of the incarnation.

    The angels filled their brown stained coffee mugs one last time before moving into the conference room at the Heavenly Ministry of Information. Everyone was seated and they were chattering away as Elenton the Minister of Information took his seat at the end of the table. He shuffled a few pieces more

  • Aftermath Series

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Dec 7, 2001
    based on 37 ratings

    Whatever happened to those shepherds after "they went back to their fields and flocks?"

    "The shepherds went back to their fields and flocks..." Luke 2:20 Have you ever wondered what became of those shepherds? The Bible doesn’t give a whole lot more information about them. Well, it does say, they went glorifying and praising God. And I suppose any detail beyond that is somewhat more