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  • Let's Talk Christmas Series

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Dec 27, 2017

    Lets talk Christmas looking through the eyes of Mary, Joseph, and the Wise men.

    Let’s talk Christmas (part one) Luke 1:26-33 Introduction- Here we are Christmas Eve Day and we are moving fast toward Christmas. I know there are procrastinators in here this morning that will be shopping today to finish up gift giving. People who have put it off, didn’t feel like it, more

  • Moments At The Manger Scene

    Contributed by Don Schultz on Dec 18, 2002
    based on 125 ratings

    What are Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds thinking as they look at the Christ? What are you thinking?

    Luke 2:1-20 MOMENTS AT THE MANGER SCENE Perhaps the most well-known Christian symbol of Christmas is the manger scene. There are manger scenes in people’s front yards. Churches have manger scenes. Some people even put together live nativity scenes. What thoughts do you have, as you look at more

  • The Christmas Story: Responding To God's In-Breaking Kingdom: Mary/Joseph Series

    Contributed by Marty Boller on Dec 15, 2006

    #2 in a series: A look at some of the better known characters of the Christmas Story, learning from their experiences as God’s In-Breaking Kingdom brought the incarnation of Jesus Christ to planet earth and into their personal lives.

    If you would like a free MP3 audio file of this teaching, please email us @ and mention the teaching MP3-20061210. Good morning, Merry Christmas. My name is Suzannne Revers and I’m a part of the Preaching and Teaching team, here at The Father’s House, and once in awhile we fill more

  • The Christmas Story

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Jan 10, 2020

    4th Week of Advent and we are looking at the main characters of Jesus, Mary, Joseph, Elizabeth, and Zachariah

    The Christmas story Matthew 1:18-25 Introduction- We are in the 4th week of advent- Each week we lit a candle of the advent wrath and here we are in the final week. Tuesday night at our Christmas Eve service, (7pm) we will light the Christ candle- Christ fulfilling the promise of God. The more

  • Touched By An Angel

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 17, 2015

    Angels play a significant role in the N.T., particularly surrounding the events of the birth of Jesus. There were 4 major appearances of angels: with Zachariah, Mary, Joseph, and the Shepherds.

    TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL Matt. 1-2; Lk. 1-2 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A man built a new home. One day as he was looking at the outside of it, an apparition appeared and was visible for a full minute. One year later, it appeared again at exactly the same time, but his friends thought he was just more

  • His Father's Business

    Contributed by Stephen Aram on Mar 26, 2020

    Even for Mary, Joseph and Jesus there were some messy family days. But that may be a necessary, healthy part of letting our teens grow up.

    Have you ever found yourself in the situation where someone really impresses you, and you ask yourself, “I wonder what that person was like as a child?” You might be impressed with them for good things, or bad things. But you wonder about their childhood. For centuries Jesus has impressed more

  • The Miracles Of Christmas - All It Needs Is Belief

    Contributed by Gregg Rustulka on Dec 20, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    In order for miracles to happen, there needs to be the key ingredient of BELIEF. What would have happened if Mary, Joseph, the Shepherds and Magi had not believed what the angel from God told them?

    Every now and then every person asks for a miracle in their life. Can you recall miracles you have asked God for? Isn’t it great that we have the ability to ask God for such a thing? A miracle is a visible interruption of the laws of nature, such that can only be explained by divine more

  • The Original Christmas Emotion

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Dec 27, 2002
    based on 38 ratings

    Four times in the Christmas Story we encounter fearful people of God: Zechariah, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds. In all cases, they are comforted by God’s angels. And they are told, “fear not”.

    Christmas Eve message—the Original Christmas Emotion Pastor Bob Leroe, Cliftondale Congregational Church, Saugus, Massachusetts If we were contestants on the game show Family Feud and were asked to list words associated with Christmas, we might include some of the following—joy, peace, more

  • "the God Reveal"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Dec 28, 2020

    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 more

  • Serving God Regardless Of The Consequences

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Dec 23, 2017
    based on 4 ratings

    A Christmas sermon looking at the main characters in the Christmas story, Mary, Joseph, the Shepherds, and the Magi, and how they followed and served God's purposes despite the consequences, difficulties, and hardships they faced.

  • The Biblical Nativity Scene

    Contributed by Billy Kryger on May 21, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Most nativity scenes, along with the shepherds, animals, and, of course Mary, Joseph and Baby Jesus in the manger, have three regal figures standing there: the Magi, (they’re normally called wisemen). While that makes for a beautiful picture, it is Scrip

    INTRODUCTION: * My wife likes nativity scenes. She has several. * Many churches display nativity scenes—some are live. * Hollywood has even gotten into the act—“The Nativity Story” * Most nativity scenes, along with the shepherds, animals, and, of course Mary, Joseph and Baby Jesus in the more

  • Do Not Be Afraid (Christmas Message)

    Contributed by Meshak Dayanand on Jan 2, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    Christmas is not a message about Santa Claus, Christmas Tree, Star, Mary, Joseph or Manger neither it's a topic to discuss about it's date or the hot topic to debate in television. It's about God sending his Son Jesus Christ for you and me in fact for the whole world.

    Greetings of the seasons in the sweet name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I am grateful to God for giving me this wonderful opportunity. Christmas is not a message about Santa Claus, Christmas Tree, Star, Mary, Joseph or Manger neither it's a topic to discuss about it's date or the more

  • Christmas Throught The Eyes Of Joseph Series

    Contributed by Craig Lee on Nov 1, 2006

    Christmas as seen from the earthly father of Jesus Christ.

    Christmas Through The Eyes of Joseph Matt. 1:18-25, Micah 5:2-5, Luke 2:1-7 Last week we began a series entitled, Christmas Through the Eyes of… Mary had a prospective on Christmas that you and I will never understand. I believe that Joseph had a prospective that we can learn from as more

  • The Christmas Spirit

    Contributed by Martin Ellgar on Dec 16, 2014

    A drama for children: The Christmas Spirit

    1st Sunday After Christmas (This children’s talk is based on Luke 2: 22-40, where Mary and Joseph present Jesus at the Temple) Theme: The Christmas spirit. Objective: To teach that the spirit of Christmas continues throughout the year. To teach that the joy of Christmas is the joy more

  • Governor Approved Worship Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Dec 20, 2020
    based on 2 ratings

    This is the 2nd of 3 sermons in "A COVID Christmas". This shows the correlations between the days of Jesus' birth and today's environment.

    Series: A COVID Christmas [#2] GOVERNOR APPROVED WORSHIP Luke 2:8-20 Introduction: Here we are in the Christmas Season; and I’m agitated. It is supposed to be a time of joy and celebration; and instead, it is a time of corrupt politics and virus lockdowns. Political, Governmental, and more