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  • Come And See

    Contributed by Richard Stevens on Dec 18, 2018

    Come and see what God has done!

  • Does God Do Anything Exciting Anymore?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Jan 26, 2018

    The shepherds were excited to go see the baby Jesus. Have we lost our enthusiasm for what God is doing in the world?

    COULDN'T WAIT: The shepherds were eager to go see what God was doing. - Luke 2:15-16. - Consider for a moment the eagerness, curiosity, and enthusiasm of the shepherds. They’re genuinely excited to go look into what God is doing. - They were deeply affected by the good news. - I want more

  • Born To Die, Born To Give Life

    Contributed by Jonathan Meyer on Dec 27, 2017
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    Most nativity scenes portray a cute scene of a happy little family, & friendly visitors. That's the way we like to think of it, but it's hardly realistic. When we pause at the manger with this image, we maybe forget that this infant was born to die.

    Every year, at about this time, my dad has this tradition of getting out old home movies. A lot of families have a tradition of watching their favorite Christmas movie: “Home Alone,” or “Elf,” or “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” or “It’s a Wonderful Life,” or what have you. But for my dad, he more

  • Prince Of Peace Series

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Jan 18, 2018

    Fourth of a 4 part series on the Names of the Messiah found in Isaiah 9:6

    Prince of Peace December 24, 2017 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: Jesus is the “man in charge” of peace. Focus Passage: Luke 2:1-19 (Pew Bible page 1179) Supplemental Passage: And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will more

  • At Christmas Eternity Is Making A New Start.

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Dec 6, 2017
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    The incarnation means that in Christ God has become more accessible to us.

    At Christmas eternity is making a new start--strength to the weak, bread for us, God becomes human. Some reflections on the meaning of Christmas-- Nobody was excluded from the crib. Like me, you were late in coming...Yet you came and were not turned away. You too found room before the more

  • Why Did The Angels Announce The Birth To Shepherds?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Dec 6, 2017

    A message about the choice to proclaim the news of Christ's birth to the lowly shepherds. The sermon looks at how the shepherds were a foreshadowing of who the ministry of Jesus would focus on.

    OF COURSE IT WAS SHEPHERDS: We act like this was an inevitable part of the story, but it wasn’t. - Luke 2:8-12. - The Christmas story is so familiar that we presume that each part had to happen that way. “Of course the shepherds heard from the angels. It had to be like that.” Only it more

  • The Shepherds And The Birth Of Jesus. Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Dec 15, 2017

    Explains the reason for the angel's announcement to the shepherds. Who were these shepherds.

    The Shepherds and the birth of Jesus. Luke 2:1-20 When John the Baptist saw Jesus coming to him while he was baptising, he exclaimed, “Behold the Lamb of God, which takes away the sin of the world” (John 1:29, KJV). Before we look at the famous statement by John the Baptist upon seeing more

  • Love Has Come

    Contributed by Craig Smith on Feb 6, 2018
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    Christmas Eve message. Helping people find their place in the Christmas Story.

    Merry Christmas. I am so glad that you’re here. So honored that you would give us this time together as we get ready to celebrate Christmas Day tomorrow. I also, if I’m gonna be completely honest, I’m also just a little bit intimidated because Christmas Eve is the hardest message of the year for a more

  • Where Is My "Great Joy"?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Dec 15, 2017
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    Starting from the angels promise of "good news of great joy," this sermon asks why Christians often don't see "great joy" in their lives.

    WHERE IS IT? The angel promised that this was good news of great joy. - Luke 2:10. - This passage has been repeated frequently enough during Christmastime that sometimes lose sight of its truth and just treat it as a cliché. The angel meant what he said: this was a message of good news of more

  • You Are Allmost There Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Dec 17, 2017

    We are almost there - to experiencing the heart of Christmas – to experiencing a miracle laying in a manger, to being touched by the Spirit of Christmas so don’t give up, don’t try to speed it up the miracle, instead cherish the moments that lead up to th

    Opening Video Illustration: Christmas gifts Series: Simply Christmas Our goal in this series is to challenge all of us to simplify Christmas and get back to what makes Christmas a matter of the heart – which simply is experiencing Jesus the one born in a stable, laid in a manger, and wrapped in more

  • "Christmas Meditation"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Dec 21, 2017

    A sermon about GRACE.

    Christmas Meditation Luke 2:1-20 After reading through the Gospels and studying about the kind of companion Jesus was, and knowing what He taught about love for neighbors Mark Scandrette and his friend Joseph decided to try some experiments in radical openness to people. Riding the bus more

  • The People Who Found Christ Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Dec 22, 2017
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    This sermon shows some people who found Christ.

    Introduction A few days ago, I received a Christmas newsletter from a friend of mine who is serving as a missionary in Japan. Here is what he wrote in his newsletter: Dear Friends, Christmas music came early this year. My family found a radio station that started playing 24-hour-a-day more

  • Jesus The Path To Peace Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 17, 2017
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    Peace on earth? With wars and rumors of wars what possible peace could the angels be announcing? And how does the baby Jesus fit into all this?

    OPEN: I love to sing Christmas Carols, so this morning I want you to stand and sing 3 verses of “Silent Night” with me. 1. “Silent night, holy night! All is calm, all is bright. Round yon Virgin, Mother and Child. Holy infant so tender and mild, Sleep in heavenly peace, sleep in heavenly more

  • Worshiping The Newborn King

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Dec 18, 2017

    There are several sub-stories within the over-arching birth story of the incarnation. What do these sub-stories have in common? What can we learn from them?

    Please open your Bibles to Matthew 2:1-12 which we will read in a few minutes. Do you love the Christmas story? Not the story about the Grinch or Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer or even The Miracle on 34th Street, but the story of the Son of God. The story that is the fulfillment of prophecies more

  • The Perfect Redeemer : The First Christmas

    Contributed by Vicki Williamson on Dec 19, 2017
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    Several 100 of years before the first Christmas, God promised the redeemer would come.

    Several 100 of years before the first Christmas, God promised the redeemer would come. God declares through His prophet Isaiah a promise to a people who say they are God's chosen yet they have turned away from the Living God. Let us read Isaiah 59:20 “The Redeemer will come to Zion more