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  • Narnia: Christmas Can Be Yours

    Contributed by Keith Manry on Dec 22, 2005
    based on 11 ratings

    This sermon was preached on Christmas Eve following the release of "The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe" and deals with the question "What if there were no Christmas?"

    He was born on November 29th, 1898 in Belfast, Ireland. His father was a successful lawyer who provided a large home with dark narrow passages and an overgrown garden where they played often. Tragically, their rather idyllic childhood came to a screeching halt when their mother became sick and more

  • Narnia: Anticipating Hope Series

    Contributed by Daniel Driggs on Dec 22, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    A comparison of how the story of Christmas and the Chronicles of Narnia bring hope to our lives, as presented in the story "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe" by C. S. Lewis.

    TITLE: “Anticipating Hope” TEXTS: Matthew 1:18-2:18 and Luke 2:1-20 PREINTRODUCTION: This year we are being faced with a situation that I never thought I’d see in my lifetime, at least not in America. Many of the major shopping centers and department stores have decided that they were going to more

  • Christmas Eve: Good News In The 'hustle And Bustle' And In The Ordinary!

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Dec 23, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus is Good News for you in the ’hustle and bustle’ of life and preparations for Christmas. He is also Good News for people going about their ordinary everyday business, like he was for the shepherds.

    A man named Charles Tucker decided recently that with all the ‘hustle and bustle’, it would be good to remember why Christmas is a good idea. He said that without Christmas… • The ‘dried’ fruit market would completely collapse • Boring, uneventful lives would have no stress at all • Santa would be more

  • The Music Of Christmas

    Contributed by Anthony Seel on Dec 24, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus is the Savior, the Christ, the Lord.

    CHRISTMAS EVE 2005 December 24, 2005 St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church The Rev. M. Anthony Seel, Jr. Luke 2:1-14 “The Music of Christmas” “When he awoke, the song was there. Its melody beckoned and begged him to sing it. It hung upon the wind and settled in the meadows where he walked. He knew its more

  • Narnia: Merry Christmas! Long Live The True King!

    Contributed by Steven Mccomas on Dec 26, 2005

    Christmas Eve sermon entered for Narnia contest.

    In the allegorical tale TheLion, The Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis, Lucy, Peter, Edmund and Susan are sent to live with a Professor in the country in order to be safe from the air raids on London during WW II. One rainy day while playing hide and seek Lucy hides in a wardrobe. After going more

  • Waiting Expectantly For Christmas

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Jan 10, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Looking through the eyes of 3 who waited for the first Christmas, we see how the Birth of Jesus Christ meets the "hopes and fears of all the years."

    The Nativity of our Lord: Christmas Day Waiting Expectantly for Christmas Luke 2:22-38 12/25/2005 Christ is Born. Good morning time travelers. At not quite 5am I awoke thinking of another Christmas at another time, another place. Whether you gathered with others at a creche, or visited more

  • Knee Deep In Sheep

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Dec 9, 2005
    based on 10 ratings

    For Advent III, preached at First Baptist of Gaithersburg, MD. "We may be knee deep in sheep, but let this keep you as you sleep, it is joy we reap". God in Christ transforms the ordinariness of everyday, humdrum life.

    We may be knee deep in sheep, but let this keep you as you sleep – it is joy we shall reap. Did you get all that? Too many rhyming words? Ah, but every one of them is important. Listen again: we may be knee deep in sheep, but let this keep you as you sleep – it is joy we shall reap. Now you more

  • The Song Of The Angels Series

    Contributed by Johann Neethling on Dec 10, 2005
    based on 33 ratings

    Hearing this very familiar Christmas story from a new perspective. What happens now after we’ve heard the angels sing?

    THE SONGS OF CHRISTMAS: The Song of the Angels Luke 2: 8-20 1. Christmas is certainly the season for concerts and musicals! Here is just a very small sample of Christmas events taking place right now in the Seattle area: • The customary Nutcracker ballet. • A Christmas Carol at the ACT Theatre. A more

  • Angels We Have Heard On High

    Contributed by Charles Salmon on Dec 11, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    The message of the angels on Christmas is a message to dispel fear, bring cheer, and be shared.

    Angels We Have Heard On High Luke 2:8-20 INTRO.: This may be the oldest of all the Christmas carols we sing. There is evidence, although disputed, that this carol was sung in the Church at Rome as early as 129 BC. It’s inspiring to think we may be singing a carol nearly 2000 years old. Of course, more

  • Narnia: Discover The Wonder: He Is Closer Than You Might Think Series

    Contributed by Rurel Ausley on Dec 6, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    Explores Lucy’s surprise experience of Narnia with the truth that there are "wardrobe doors" for us to walk through to discover the Kingdom of God.

    Discover The Wonder: He Is Closer Than You Might Think Lk.1:29-35; 2:8-15; Mk.1:15; 2 Kgs.6:14-18 Intro… 1) Lk.1:29-35…Mary and Joseph are going about there merry, obscure little way, when….all of a sudden the unseen spiritual world contacts them with a message from the angel Gabriel…you are more

  • Narnia: Discover The Wonder Series

    Contributed by George Price on Dec 6, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    We can discover the wonder of God when we do as the shepherds did so long ago.

    Discover the Wonder Luke 2:8-20 (NLT) That night some shepherds were in the fields outside the village, guarding their flocks of sheep. 9 Suddenly, an angel of the Lord appeared among them, and the radiance of the Lord’s glory surrounded them. They were terribly frightened, 10 but the angel more

  • Narnia: Merry Easter (And Happy Christmas)

    Contributed by Todd Anderson on Dec 7, 2005
    based on 10 ratings

    A Christmas Eve or Christmas Day sermon or homily using an extended illustration from "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe" to show how many miss(ed) Christ’s first coming and how we need to be ready for his Second Coming in power.

    Title: Merry Easter! (a Christmas eve or Christmas day homily) While bagging groceries years ago in a supermarket during highschool I found it fun to mess with customers minds and say things like: “Have a Day! And hear them automatically respond: “You Too!” It was especially fun around the more

  • Christmas A-Z

    Contributed by Ewen Huffman on Dec 8, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    An All Age Christmas Service talk covering the A-Z of Christmas. A- S are covered in the worship and songs and then this talk covers T-Z. Email me for the order of service, PPT & full talk with formatting

    Ewen’s talk for Christmas A-Z All Age Worship. 11 Dec 2005 am PPT as Ewen walks up- reveals Christmas A-Z T- is not for trouble! You see- this is not just a nice story! (PPT takes you to Nativity page) This is what T is for: T- IS FOR TRUE (PPT) Some people think this is too good a story to be more

  • Mary Had A Little Lamb

    Contributed by Dale Pilgrim on Dec 3, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    The focus is on the Shepherds who first received the message of the Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem. The lamb-keepers were the first to see the Lamb of God and experience His hope to the world.

    Play video clip - Charlie Brown Christmas Scene 6 How fascinating – a cartoon classic in its simplicity brings us back to the basics. Just as, every Christmas, we intend with all our hearts to bring the message of Christ to our broader community, we often work as hard trying not to lose focus in more

  • Fear Not

    Contributed by Jeff Skinner on Dec 3, 2005
    based on 11 ratings

    When We trust in God, He gives us the strength to face our Fears and restore hope to our lives.

    Fear Not Luke 2:10 10The angel said, "Don’t be afraid. I’m here to announce a great and joyful event that is meant for everybody, worldwide: I. Fear Steals Our joy- a. Joseph was engaged to be married to Mary.- A joyous occasion for both b. Joseph gets the news that Mary is pregnant more