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  • From A Little Village Came A Great Savior

    Contributed by David Nolte on Dec 16, 2018
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    God often uses the small and weak to confound the big and strong

    “FROM A LITTLE VILLAGE CAME A GREAT SAVIOR” MICAH 5:2 / ECCLESIASTES 9:14-15 David P. Nolte “It was in a little village, on a simple village night, when a message for the Ages, was sent in Timeless Light.” Bethlehem. Small, insignificant, despised, but noted by the prophet Micah, “But 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
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    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

  • He Will Be Your Peace

    Contributed by Don Schultz on Jan 27, 2010
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    Jesus is your peace. Nothing else works.

    HE WILL BE THEIR PEACE When will everything be OK? Have you ever asked yourself that question? You’re sitting on the couch, watching the news. You see that the economy has gotten a lot of attention lately. Banks are getting bailed out. Car makers are begging to get bailed out. So more

  • The Cast Of Christmas

    Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Nov 23, 2015
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    William Shakespeare penned these words in his play, As You Like It, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances…”

    The Cast of Christmas William Shakespeare penned these words in his play, As You Like It, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances…” Most of us have seen a wide variety of Christmas plays and more

  • The Humble Birth Of The Savior Series

    Contributed by Manny Salva Cruz on Nov 30, 2015

    Great things come from small beginnings. This is what we can learn on that first Christmas when Christ was born of humble beginnings and rose to be King of Israel.

    THE BIRTH OF THE SAVIOR SCRIPTURE READING: Micah 5:2 (NIV) "But you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, though you are small among the clans of Judah, out of you will come for me one who will be ruler over Israel, whose origins are from of old, from ancient times." INTRODUCTION; Our sermon series on the more

  • Bethlehem, O Bethlehem

    Contributed by Richard Futrell on Oct 8, 2010
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    Nothing can take Christ’s promises away from you, for He was born in the town of Bethlehem to make it so. And no one can take you away from Him, for He seals that promise in His death and His blood.

    Intro Bethlehem, O Bethlehem of old, how small you are. You are small, so insignificant, that few even count you among the towns of Judah. So small and little-known are you that Micah the Prophet must call you Bethlehem of Ephratah, or someone might mistake you for another: Bethlehem of Zebulon. 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

  • Our Prayers Have Been Answered Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Apr 11, 2019

    Throughout the Hebrew scriptures, the promise of a messiah is clearly given. These messianic prophecies were made hundreds, sometimes thousands, of years before Jesus Christ was born … and clearly Jesus Christ is the only person who has ever walked this earth who could fulfill them.

    “Jerusalem, Jerusalem … the city that kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to it!” (Matthew 23: 37). Prophetic and chilling words given the one who spoke them. They are the last words that the Lord Jesus Christ would address to His beloved city, Jerusalem … the city that hailed Him more

  • The King Who Rules God's Kingdom Series

    Contributed by Isaac Butterworth on Apr 22, 2011
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    God has established Jesus as King over all the earth.

    First Presbyterian Church Wichita Falls, Texas April 27, 2011 THE KING WHO RULES GOD’S KINGDOM Jesus Christ -- The Center of Our Faith: Part 4 Isaac Butterworth Micah 5:1-5 (NIV) 1 Marshal your troops, O city of troops, for a siege is laid against us. They will strike more

  • Our Peace

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Nov 28, 2000
    based on 121 ratings

    He has peace in Himself, and bestows it on His people.

    Do you know what “Bethlehem” means? “The house of bread”. Know what “Ephrathah” means? “Fruitful” So from Bethlehem Ephrathah, comes the One whose body was broken for us (like the Passover bread), but Who was the firstfruits of the resurrection. Isn’t God’s Word wonderful!?!? more

  • Bethlehem Travelogue Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Feb 23, 2016
    based on 6 ratings

    Having just returned from a trip to Israel, this is the first of my talks about what I learned. Bethlehem is the place God chose for Jesus to be born... but why Bethlehem and what does the present day city tell us about our faith?

    (For those who have been to the Holy Land and are thinking of making a presentation of your experiences, I submit this lesson as a guideline of what worked for my first of several lessons on Sunday Nights). Set up: My presentation was built around overhead projections of scenes found in more

  • Looking Ahead Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Dec 5, 2015

    Bethlehem was a key location in the Bible. It was the place of Jesus' birth. It was also key to the story of Rachel and her son, Benjamin.

    1. Song: "O Little Town of Bethlehem" He was known as the most dynamic and inspirational preacher of his time, but he had lost his fervor and could not seem to recover. In his mid-twenties he had become pastor of the Holy Trinity Church in Philadelphia. He recruited a super salesman named Lewis more

  • "But You, Bethlehem..."

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 10, 2015

    A humble village, through its association with Christ, became one of the most famous places on Earth. Christ can take our inconspicuous lives and get great glory through them, if we will only yield them to Him!

    “BUT YOU, BETHLEHEM…” Mic. 5:2 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A 3 year old was helping his mother unpack their nativity set. He announced each piece as he unwrapped it from its tissue paper. “Here’s a donkey!” “Here’s a king!” 2. When he got more

  • The Jesus That Always Was Series

    Contributed by Paul Barreca on Dec 15, 2015

    Only a Messiah who was truly God could save humanity.

    Harry Reasoner, one Christmas years ago, gave the following closing to 60 minutes [God would become a baby.] It is a startling idea, of course. My guess is that the whole story that a virgin was selected by God to bear His Son ... is not an idea that has been popular with theologians. It's a more