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  • The Miracle On Manger Street

    Contributed by Johnny Bley on Dec 12, 2001
    based on 50 ratings
     | 2,962 views

    This sermon explains the four aspects of the miracle of Christ’s birth: virgin, becoming human, being savior, and belief.

    The Miracle on Manger Street Luke 2:7 Most of us are familiar with the old movie, “Miracle on 34th Street.” It is the story of how Santa Claus was defended in court in New York. It is a cute story of how lives were touched and changed by a little old man in a red suit. Well, the “Miracle ...read more

  • Sheep Herders Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Dec 12, 2001
    based on 185 ratings
     | 2,744 views

    This is the 6th sermon in the "Christmas Surprises" series. This sermon looks at shepherds.

    Sunday Morning December 23, 2001 Bel Aire Baptist Church Series: Christmas Surprises [#6] SHEEP HERDERS Luke 2:1-20 Introduction: 1. We have found many “Christmas Surprises” over the last several weeks. We discovered that the Messiah had been anticipated since Eve’s curse for sinning. ...read more

  • A Christmas Promise Series

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Dec 11, 2001
    based on 40 ratings
     | 2,427 views

    God gave his people the promise of sending a Messiah to deliver them and in Jesus God has kept that promise.

    A Christmas Promise Luke 1:1-20 December 1997 Introduction I. A Christmas Wish A. The wish is made This past week there was a wonderful Christmas movie on called a Christmas Wish. It is the story of a grandson who returns home to temporarily run the family real estate business after his ...read more

  • Holy Day Inn Keeper Series

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Dec 8, 2001
    based on 47 ratings
     | 3,048 views

    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 ...read more

  • Angelic Spin Series

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Dec 8, 2001
    based on 53 ratings
     | 1,317 views

    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 ...read more

  • Aftermath Series

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Dec 8, 2001
    based on 37 ratings
     | 1,489 views

    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 ...read more

  • Un-Tarnished Glory Series

    Contributed by Paul Newell on Dec 8, 2001
    based on 54 ratings
     | 1,168 views

    This is the third an Advent Series. We allow God to touch through us when we see His glory in others and allow His glory to shine through us. The shepherds are the characters addressed

    Untarnished Glory Advent – Week Two (Honoring the Overlooked) Luke 2:8-20 Intro: “Flea market finds”, Terrie and I always get a kick out of watching home improvement shows on TV in the evening – probably because we enjoy watching people take what appears to be ordinary and turn it into ...read more

  • Making Room

    Contributed by Paul Newell on Dec 8, 2001
    based on 173 ratings
     | 9,711 views

    This is the second in an Advent Series. This message deals with those who neglected to notice Mary & Joseph in the inn. Thoughts for the direction of this sermon were greatly influenced by a John MacArthur message "The People Who Missed Christmas".

    Making Room…Luke 2:1-7 Intro: (Read Text) He gets a pretty bum rap for someone we actually don’t even know exists. The Bible doesn’t mention him (or if he existed). Tradition talks a great deal about the fellow – but it’s still all tradition and folk-lore to be historically honest: that “poor ...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
     | 9,269 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

  • An Unimpressive Christmas

    Contributed by Matthew Rogers on Dec 6, 2001
    based on 84 ratings
     | 5,427 views

    It is the very lack of pretense and privilege accompanying Jesus’ birth that makes him more attractive as you get to know Him.

    12-20-98 INTRODUCTION Chuck Swindoll writes of a commercial venture by one of the largest department stores in the nation. It proved to be disastrously unsuccessful. Their idea was a doll in the form of baby Jesus. It was advertised as being unbreakable, washable and cuddly. It was ...read more

  • Christmas Praise Service

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Dec 4, 2001
    based on 84 ratings
     | 2,768 views

    This is an order of worship for a praise service during the Christmas season

    A Christmas Praise Service The Christmas Story December 2001 Open Praise God for Christmas. Praise Him for the incarnation, for the word made flesh. I will not sing of shepherds watching flocks on frosty nights, or angel choristers. I will not sing of a stable bare in Bethlehem, ...read more

  • Will You Be My Neighbor? Series

    Contributed by Jim Kane on Dec 3, 2001
    based on 20 ratings
     | 1,423 views

    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 ...read more

  • The Baby Jesus Coming To Our Home Series

    Contributed by Damien Spikereit on Dec 2, 2001
    based on 64 ratings
     | 4,221 views

    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 ...read more

  • Why Jesus Was Born In Bethlehem, The House Of Bread

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Nov 28, 2001
    based on 455 ratings
     | 50,690 views

    The spiritual significance of the tiny town of Christ’s birth.

    Five or six miles southwest of Jerusalem lay the tiny town of Bethlehem in the Judean hills. It was here that man’s eyes first saw God in the flesh. Why this place and not another of so many other possibilities? Of course it was the home of Joseph and Mary’s ancestors - the city of David. ...read more

  • "Joy" Series

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Nov 26, 2001
    based on 76 ratings
     | 12,839 views

    Part 1 in a 4 part Christmas series

    (Read text: vss 1-11) This passage from the second chapter of Luke is one of the most familiar passages in all of scripture; even among the unchurched. We seldom hear these verses read other than during the Christmas season, and even Christians probably seldom see them except when they are ...read more