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  • Mary And Joseph Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Nov 9, 2021

    Not everyone experiences a Hallmark Christmas. Some people have problems, and in the moments to come, we'll discover one of the original characters of Christmas has a big problem.

    Merry Christmas to your family and you! Christmas is just three days away – are you ready? Is everything wrapped and under the tree? When I stop to think about it, it is still funny eleven years later… …but Virgin Mary gave birth to a 7.7-pound baby Jesus on Christmas Day in Peru eleven years ago. more

  • The Journey Of Mary & Joseph Series

    Contributed by Dwight Gunter Ii on Dec 20, 2000
    based on 108 ratings

    How can we deal with the unexpected curves along the journey of life? Mary and Joseph serve as a model for us.

    Introduction… Life is a journey/ an adventure. And as we journey on the road of life we sometimes encounter unexpected curves: · The medical report you didn’t expect · The accident you didn’t see coming · The job being over · Having a baby · Losing a baby · Losing someone without more

  • The Ponderings Of Mary And Joseph

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Dec 23, 2019

    A pre Christmas message thinking about what Mary and Joseph may have discussed on the 97mile journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem, concluding with the "gospel" message.

    In Jesus Holy Name December 20, 2019 Text: Matthew 1:20b-21 Advent IV - Redeemer “The Ponderings of Joseph and Mary” Well, it's almost Christmas Day. I hope most of the rushing around is over for you. Therefore, I'm going to work under the assumption that your Christmas cards more

  • Faithful Parents Mary & Joseph Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Aug 8, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    In spite of the hardships Mary and Joseph had to deal with, they were faithful to God!

    We continue to study the Gospel of Luke. Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem because His earth parents Joseph and Mary had to go there to register for the Roman Empire. In our passage today we will read that the family went to Jerusalem. Here’s a question: As Mary and Joseph dealt with Baby Jesus or more

  • Mary And Joseph And The Case For Marriage

    Contributed by Jeffery Russell on Dec 3, 2003
    based on 4 ratings

    THis message will help us to think critically about marriage- why marriage is to be between one woman and one man, for a lifetime. As society’s definitions change, the Christian idea of marriage needs to be more definite than ever.

    “Mary and Joseph and the Case for Marriage” Matthew 1:18-25 One of my favorite radio programs, when I get the chance to listen to it, is the Prairie Home Companion, In one episode Garrison Keillor tells the fanciful tale of John Tollefson. John leaves Minnesota, moves to New more

  • Advent : Mary & Joseph Series

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Dec 6, 2020

    Service to God requires faith – and faith requires obedience.

    Advent : Mary & Joseph December 6, 2020 Morning Service Second Sunday of Advent Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: Service to God requires faith – and faith requires obedience. Focus Passage: Luke 1:26-38, Matthew 1:18-25 Supplemental Passage: And without faith more

  • Christmas, A Line In Time For Mary And Joseph Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Dec 1, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    This message looks at how the birth of Jesus changed everything for Mary and Joseph

    A Line in Time Mary and Joseph It was almost as if someone had dragged a stick though the sand drawing a line that said this was then and this is now. There has never been an event in the history of man that has so defined human history as the birth of Jesus. That line has defined time, more

  • Christmas Through The Eyes Of Mary And Joseph

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Dec 1, 2003
    based on 77 ratings

    A look at the realities which Mary and Joseph had to face in living out God’s will.

    My son-in-law was looking for Advent candles in a Christian bookstore. They use the Advent candles for family worship during this season so their hearts will be tuned to the true spirit and meaning of Christmas. As he brought the package of candles to the counter he asked the sales clerk if they more

  • Christmas Through The Eyes Of Mary & Joseph Series

    Contributed by Steve Smith on Dec 18, 2006
    based on 95 ratings

    What can we as parents learn from the miracle of Jesus through the eyes of His parents, Mary and Joseph?

    INTRODUCTION A. In looking at the Christmas season, we talked about the special meanings behind the Advent – a reminder that He’s Coming Back to Town but not like He arrived the first time. Not on any sleigh nor pulled by any reindeer but with a shout and in the clouds! We looked at the season more

  • Christmas Through The Eyes Of Mary And Joseph

    Contributed by Matthew Rogers on Dec 10, 2001
    based on 568 ratings

    When we get to know Joseph and Mary more personally we will see Christmas from their point of view.

    December 13, 1998 INTRODUCTION (Use an object lesson of our Nativity Scene from home – pull figures out of a box one at a time while talking) One of my favorite parts of Christmas preparation is putting up the Nativity set. Each year, like many people, you may pull yours out of storage, dust it more

  • Christmas Through The Eyes Of Mary & Joseph Series

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Mar 14, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    This topical sermon invites listeners to journey back to Bethlehem and explore what that first Christmas must have been like for Mary and Joseph. For added impact, I recommend beginning with the video: A Social Network Christmas.

    Christmas through the Eyes of Mary & Joseph Scott Bayles, pastor Blooming Grove Christian Church: 12/18/2011 VIDEO: A Social Network Christmas (Joseph & Mary on Facebook) Last week Ashley, the kids and I went with Dusty, Kara, and Mylee Ribble on a journey to Bethlehem. Of course, we didn’t more

  • Christmas In A Different Light | Mary And Joseph Series

    Contributed by Jeff Poor on Dec 11, 2017
    based on 3 ratings

    We sing the same songs, eat the same food, ignore the same people at dinner, and read the same story from the Bible every year at Christmas. But what would happen if we approached this in a Different Light?

    Title: Christmas in a Different Light Text: Luke 1:26-38 and Matthew 1:18-23 Intro I love this time of year… Anybody else? I love the decorations, the food, the smells, the sounds, I love it all... I might be wrong… But I think the reason, or at least one of the reasons, some people do not more

  • The Holy Family Of Jesus, Mary And Joseph

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Dec 21, 2017

    Clear guidelines with reasonable consequences. High school kids are looking for words of wisdom.

    The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph Some of you will celebrate New Year’s Eve via your television. I like what some comedian said about that. He said, “I love it when they drop the ball in Times Square. It’s a nice reminder of what I did all year.” Our First Reading is indicative of the more

  • "Let's Keep Joseph In Christmas"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Dec 13, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon about the Law of Love.

    Sermon Series: "Christmas: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly" "Let's Keep Joseph in Christmas" Matthew 1:18-25; 2:13-15, 19-23 Some of us may have been blessed or be blessed to have a father like Joseph. Others of us may be blessed to know men like him. If you knew Joseph, you might have more

  • The Almost Forgotten Man: Joseph

    Contributed by Lynn Malone on Dec 17, 2013

    Joseph seems almost forgotten in the Christmas story. A look at Joseph's faithfulness in the midst of unexpected situations.

    The Characters of Christmas: Joseph Matthew 1: 18-25 There is no greater Christmas classic than Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life, and there is no greater Christmas character than poor George Bailey. He’s even referred to several times throughout the film as “poor more