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  • Silent Night

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Dec 16, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,220 views

    On a silent night nearly 2000 years ago the cry of a newborn baby ushered in a new beginning for mankind. A saviour had arrived one who would set us free for all eternity. His cry is the one the whole world longs for but finds so very difficult to hear.

    Silent Night Matthew 1:18-2:12 Who is this Jesus and why has He come in this way? Why did God use this Jewish couple to reveal the Messiah to the world? If God wanted to save the world from sin why didn’t He make it big news? Why reveal His plan in such an ordinary understated ...read more

  • To Us A Child Is Born

    Contributed by David Owens on Dec 11, 2006
    based on 7 ratings
     | 3,714 views

    A sermon to celebrate the birth of Jesus.

    A. Today, I want to remind you of “the good news of great joy” that began on the day that Jesus was born. 1. In 10 days, a large part of the world will pause and for a moment will give their attention to Jesus and his birth. 2. On December 25th each year, people’s minds journey back to a ...read more

  • Christians And Christmas, Part 2 - Our Traditions Series

    Contributed by Warren Lamb on Nov 29, 2006
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     | 1,243 views

    Last time we learned that the many and varied traditions that we associate with Christmas in America today are from a variety of nations and faith systems and ethnicities. Today we are going to look at some of the traditions that make up the Christmas hol

    As Christmas draws nearer and homes and businesses become more decorated with the symbols of the holiday, I believe it is good for us to pause and reflect on why we do what we do this time of year. Is it simply for traditions’ sake, or is there a more significant meaning? J.I. Packer wrote, “All ...read more