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  • The Babe And The Bell Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 8, 2021
     | 17 views

    It is no wonder that bells have become a symbol of Christmas, for God chose the bell to be a symbol of joy and victory in His presence. There are numerous types of bells, but all of them have some positive value, and thus, have something in common with the Babe of Bethlehem.

    Bells are one of the common symbols of Christmas, because all through history, bells have been used to play the role of the angels on that first Christmas. Bells ring forth the message of joy. The bell and the babe of Bethlehem are linked in many ways. Nowhere is this more evident, than when you ...read more

  • Christmas Babies Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 8, 2021
     | 34 views

    Jesus is the only person in history who chose to be a baby. This tells us just how important the baby centeredness of Christmas is to Him. The message of Christmas is not that the angels came; that the shepherds came, or that the wise men came, but that the baby came.

    Elenor Cicok had a three year old daughter who developed an emotional block and ceased to talk. She never said a word, not even mama when she wanted her mother. It was a terrible ordeal as she went month after month in silence. Her mother taught her about God and prayer, and read to her about ...read more

  • Christmas Stuff Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 8, 2021
     | 12 views

    Jesus created all of the stuff of this material universe, and in His Incarnation He became personally involved with the animal, mineral, and vegetable kingdom. His goal is to redeem all of His creation from the effects of the fall, so that even stuff is a part of the plan of salvation.

    Back in October of 1948, a young pastor and his wife took on the challenge of repairing and restoring an old church. Their goal was to have it done by Christmas Eve. But just two days before Christmas a storm dumped over an inch of rain, and the roof leaked, and right in front of the church the ...read more

  • Christmas Trivia Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 8, 2021
     | 15 views

    We are to live by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God, but sometimes they seem so trivial we tend to ignore them. Christmas trivia is a good example. Dr. Luke was a man of detail, and he records for us a number of things that can be called Christmas trivia.

    One of the great paradoxes of Christmas is that almost everything the Bible tells us about this most sacred event, is secular in nature. It is filled with what is temporal rather than eternal; physical rather than spiritual; and world oriented rather than heaven oriented. Christmas is really a ...read more

  • The Wonder Of Christmas Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 8, 2021
     | 17 views

    Just scratching the surface of a match can cause it to burst into flame and though that is all we can do with Luke's record, scratch the surface, it is hoped that this will kindle a flame of wonder in our hearts for Christmas.

    Typical of last minute Christmas shoppers, a mother was running furiously from store to store. Suddenly she became aware that the pudgy little hand of her three year old son was no longer clutched in hers. In a panic she retraced her steps and found him standing with his little nose pressed ...read more

  • A Savior Is Born Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 8, 2021
     | 28 views

    Christmas is still the good news that unto you is born a Savior. It is still a message of hope, joy, and peace that causes men to glorify and praise God.

    When I was a shoeshine boy back in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1945, I remember being down town when suddenly horns began to blow, bells ring, whistles shriek, and people everywhere in the streets, and stores began to sing, hug, laugh, and shout. Paper began flying from the windows all over ...read more

  • How Was I To Know?

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Mar 21, 2021
     | 90 views

    This sermon is a first-person narrative from the perspective of the innkeeper. We have all too often made the innkeeper into a bad guy. What if he did everything for the family that he could do?

    Well, it would seem I was between a rock and a hard place. I was in a situation, where there were no easy answers. I looked hard for the simple answers because, you know, they say the simplest is always the best. But, it wasn’t a simple lesson I faced. Later in his life Jesus faced several of those ...read more

  • God Moves The Nations

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Feb 2, 2021
     | 285 views

    To bring about the birth of Jesus, the Almighty God moved the nations, even the greatest empire the world has ever seen.

    Think of what a small event it seemed to be! There was a man, and there was a woman. The woman was but a teenager, pregnant, and ready any day to give birth. This man and woman found themselves far from home, down in the province of Judea, in the town of Bethlehem. While they were there, they ...read more

  • "the God Reveal"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Dec 28, 2020
     | 180 views

    God reveals Gods son to all humanity in unlikely manor. God reveals the birth of His son to Mary, Joseph, Shepherds, Wise Men, the animals that were in the manger.

    Luke 2:1-20 “The God Reveal” What God Reveals Many couples choose an elaborate unusual way to reveal whether the baby is boy or girl it’s a spectacular event. One couple Dustin and Emily chose Dustin to hit a golf ball with club in hand and smack the golf ball blew-up into a cloud of Blue ...read more

  • God Does Not Cheat: Christmas 2020 Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 25, 2020
     | 370 views

    Even in these troubled days, as in every century of the Church’s existence, we are renewed in the Holy Spirit given by Jesus.

    Christmas 2020: God Does Not Cheat Every Christmas, especially in troubled times, we are naturally tempted to see images of the little Christ Child in the manger, surrounded by His mother and father and shepherds and lambs and calves and we try to imagine ourselves in our own infancy, hopefully ...read more

  • Christmas Eve - No Room At The Inn

    Contributed by Tim Walker on Dec 23, 2020
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     | 880 views

    This is a Christmas Eve sermon that shows us how Jesus will test our faithfulness

    Christmas Eve No Room at the Inn I would like to share a story with you that comes from Westminster Presbyterian Church in Trenton, New Jersey, about a little boy in their Sunday school program named Wally. Now, Wally was kind of big for his age of nine years old. He was kind of a slow learner, ...read more

  • People Of The First Christmas-Joseph Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Dec 23, 2020
     | 812 views

    Joseph is really the unsung hero of the Christmas story. He did have a crucial role to play, and best of all, he obeyed God when he was told to do something. Joseph, we salute you!

    Introduction: Joseph, the husband of Mary, could be called the unsung hero of the Christmas story. He was a just or righteous man, he obeyed the instructions he received from God, and he also obeyed the command or decree from the Roman emperor when he was told he had to go to Bethlehem, home of ...read more

  • An Odd Cast Of Characters

    Contributed by John Bright on Dec 22, 2020
     | 468 views

    A sermon for Christmas Eve 2020

    “An Odd Cast of Characters” Luke 2:1-17 A sermon for Christmas Eve, 2020 Pastor John Bright Luke 2 “1 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 ...read more

  • What The Angels Said Series

    Contributed by Jon Daniels on Dec 21, 2020
     | 1,471 views

    Sermon from Luke 2:1-14 - Examines what the angels said to the shepherds & how their words apply to our lives today.

    “WHAT THE ANGELS SAID” Luke 2:1-14 FBCF – 12/20/20 Jon Daniels INTRO – “One day I was staring through the window of a beautiful little Christmas shop. It was packed w/ Christmas items, even though Christmas was still 6 mos. away. There were exquisite [nativity displays] from Italy, Germany, & ...read more

  • Favor Over Ugly Fear Series

    Contributed by Rev. Timothy Porter on Dec 20, 2020
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     | 501 views

    It is at Christmas time when we often see - all at one time - the best of humanity and the worst of humanity. We celebrate the birth of our savior in a dimly lit room with candles and sing Silent Night. Then the next day we are ugly

    UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER WEEK 2 - Timothy G. Porter Text Luke 2:1-14 Introduction: It is at Christmas time when we often see - all at one time - the best of humanity and the worst of humanity. We celebrate the birth of our savior in a dimly lit room with candles and sing ...read more