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  • Micah's Song Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Dec 7, 2018

    If you want to find real peace in your time of distress, trust Jesus as your Sovereign to restore you; trust Jesus as your Shepherd to secure you; and trust Jesus as your Savior to rescue you. In a word, trust Jesus as your PEACE, your Shalom.

    Valerie Kulhavy of Casper, Wyoming, took her three young children through the food line at a recent church dinner. As she juggled everyone's plate and drink, she told the kids to be on their best behavior. When they were finally seated, she sighed with relief and told her children they were more

  • Arise And Go With Haste To Bring Christ

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 19, 2018

    This Christmas may be your last together. Make it a day of memory.

    Fourth Sunday of Advent 2018 Rejoice The geo-political situation was grim. The population was divided. The current leader of the nation was so very different from the former one, who had catered to the desires of the masses and permitted very perverse practices to weaken worship of the true God more

  • "o Little Town Of Bethlehem" Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Dec 19, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    We need to go to Bethlehem … the Bethlehem of long ago. We need to find the peace and hope that was born there in Jesus Christ … and Advent and hymns like Brooks’ “O Little Town of Bethlehem” can take us there in mind and heart, amen?

    On Thursday, November 29, the people living in and around Anchorage, Alaska, went about their lives as usual – working … shopping … watching TV … talking on the phone ... making plans … surfing the net … hinging out with friends. Just going about life. Totally unaware that 3.9 billion – that’s more

  • Little Town Of Bethlehem

    Contributed by John Oscar on Dec 18, 2017

    Pastor John uses Bethlehem as an example of God using anything and anyone for HIS plan and purpose.

    O Little Town of Bethlehem CCCAG December 17th, 2017 Scripture- Micah 5:1-4 In Scotland many years ago, the pastor of a small village church was visited by one of his deacons before service one Sunday morning. As the pastor brought out some coffee for them to share, her could tell by the more

  • "Such A Little Town"

    Contributed by Allan Kircher on Dec 12, 2011

    One person, changed by a relationship with Jesus Christ, who acknowledges the Messiah as his/her Shepherd, Can change his/her world that they live in.

    “Such a little town” Date: December 11, 2011 Scripture: Micah 5:1-5 from the series Christmas B.C. Introduction It is quite common, particularly in the United States, to be driving along on a major highway and see a giant billboard that reads, 'Jesus Is The Answer'. more

  • The Peace Of Christmas

    Contributed by John Lowe on Sep 9, 2015

    In the midst of national uncertainty brought on by terrorist attacks, and personal turmoil resulting from high unemployment and natural disasters, can the hope of Christmas still deliver peace?

    12-03-05 Title: The Peace of Christmas Text: (Micah 5:1-5) Call to Worship: Behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to allpeople. For there is born to you this day in the city of David aSavior, who is Christ the Lord (Luke 2:10 –11). Introduction more

  • High & Holy Becomes Meek & Lowly

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Dec 8, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Christ exemplified a character of being the humble ruler, the good shepherd and the passionate deliverer. What will we do with this? Should we really care about this at all? Why was God so mindful of us? Why should He have cared? Are we really worth it?

    Opening illustration: Abraham Lincoln’s humble beginnings have become part of American lore. But one historian says that the most difficult part of young Abraham’s life came not during his early years in a Kentucky cabin, but after Thomas Lincoln moved the family to Indiana in 1816. The family more

  • 0 Little Town Of Bethlehem

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 21, 2010

    Bethlehem. (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email:

    0 Little Town of Bethlehem Reading: Micah chapter 5 verse 1-4 / Matthew chapter 2 verse 1-6. “But for now, prepare for the worst, victim daughter! The siege is set against us. They humiliate Israel’s king, slapping him around like a rag doll. 2But you, Bethlehem, David’s more

  • Christmas Is Coming

    Contributed by Timothy Shumer on Dec 1, 2001
    based on 34 ratings

    Have you ever wondered why God placed perhaps the most important prophecy about His coming Messiah in Micah 5:2? This sermon explores that thought, and along the way sees both how contemporary Micah’s message was, and how wise and awesome in His planning

    We are not very patient people + Esp. when we want something done = Out of our control + "It’s coming..." = "So is Christmas" + Anxious anticipation for the something we want = Can’t hardly wait for it + As with Christmas = Christmas is coming = Can’t hardly wait for it + Sights, sounds, more

  • The Enduring Legacy Of Bethehem's Baby

    Contributed by Wayne Burnett on Dec 16, 2001
    based on 90 ratings


    THE ENDURING LEGACY OF BETHLEHEM’S BABY MICAH 5:1-5a I. THE IMPORTANCE OF CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS A. There are many Christians who do not feel we should celebrate Christmas -they point to it’s pagan origins and how the early church associated it with the birth of Jesus B. It is important more

  • "all I Want For Christmas Is A Savior

    Contributed by David Henderson on Feb 17, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    In the OT there were many prophecies that were written down and these prophecies are like promises. They both tell us that something is going to take place. Over 300 prophecies were given to us in the OT concerning the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

    “All I want for Christmas is a Savior” Micah 5:1-2 and Isaiah 7:14 It is hard to imagine that Christmas is now less than a day away. Technically Christmas will arrive in about 6 hours. It’s now past that time when people ask the question-hey-what do you want for Christmas? I read this week about more

  • The Deliverer

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Nov 27, 2013
    based on 7 ratings

    Bethlehem, after all, is no mean city...

    THE DELIVERER. Micah 5:1-6. In Micah 3 a threat was made against the judges and rulers of Israel. In Micah 5:1 we are reminded that the judge, or leader, would be smitten upon the cheek. This also has Messianic overtones, of Jesus the ultimate judge, prince and ruler being smitten on our behalf. more

  • "all I Want For Christmas Is A Savior” Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Dec 19, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    A perspective of the OT prophets. They waited for centuries before this would be fulfilled.

    “All I want for Christmas is a Savior” Micah 5:1-2 and Isaiah 7:14 It is hard to imagine that Christmas is now just three weeks away. Three short weeks. It’s that time of year when people start asking the question-hey-what do you want for Christmas and someone may respond by saying “well, all I more

  • Birthing A Miracle Series

    Contributed by David Rumley on Jan 4, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    On the Road to Bethlehem is a series leading up to Christmas day. Based on a series by Jim Bradford this is a historical look at Bethlehem that helps us bury our past, build our future, and birth a miracle in our lives.

    Part 3 of 3 - On the Road to Bethlehem Birthing a Miracle 3 part series… on the way to Bethlehem… Mark spiritual encounter points as we prepare out hearts for the entrance of Jesus in powerful ways into our lives as we approach this Christmas! Micah 5:1-5 1 Marshal your troops, O city more

  • O Little Town Of Bethlehem Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Dec 5, 2006
    based on 35 ratings

    A sermon exploring the theological truth taught by this familiar and beloved Christmas hymn.

    (Read Text) I want to encourage you to turn to hymn number 143, "O Little Town Of Bethlehem." The words of this beloved Christmas carol were written by Phillip Brooks. Brooks was pastor of the Holy Trinity Episcopal church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from 1869 to 1891. He was recognized as one more