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  • Let's Go To Bethlehem

    Contributed by Scott Maze on May 19, 2021

    There are “Bethlehems” in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Georgia, and even Texas. In fact, I located twenty-eight towns named Bethlehem around the globe and in the United States. They have streets named Manger Avenue and Shepherd Street. But Bethlehem hasn’t always been so prominent …

    Thank you for being a part of one of three Christmas Eve services tonight. If we could travel anywhere in the world tonight to celebrate Christmas Eve, where would you want to go? Many of us might choose the house we grew up in celebrating many wonderful Christmas family celebrations. Others may more

  • 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

  • Peace Series

    Contributed by Russ Barksdale on Dec 6, 2018

    God brings peace in the midst of adversity

    Peace Micah 5:2-6 How does God bring peace to us in the midst of adversity? 1. He reminds us of His divine nature. v. 2 He is eternal. He is omniscient. He is sovereign. God allows, even orchestrates every circumstance in your life . He is merciful. As we begin to 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

  • 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

  • There He Stands

    Contributed by Brian Credille on Jun 21, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    When disasters such as Hurricane Katrina or Sepember 11 strike, many people ask the question, "Where is God?" The answer: Right where He always is! There He stands right by your side!

    "There He Stands" Micah 5:2-6 Where is God when disasters such as 9-11 and Hurricane Katriana strike? Many people seem to think He is either totally absent or just indifferent and uncaring. But that is just not true! Today we look at a passage of Scripture that came to God’s people at a time more

  • God's Leader Is Always Better Series

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Feb 19, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    People, constantly look for good leaders. They want good persons to lead in government. Corporations search for competent people to manage their business. Churches look for effective pastors and other leaders. Nevertheless, leaders sometimes fail. Su

    God’s Leader is Always Better Micah 5:2-9 Intro People, constantly look for good leaders. They want good persons to lead in government. Corporations search for competent people to manage their business. Churches look for effective pastors and other leaders. Nevertheless, leaders sometimes more

  • Born A King Series

    Contributed by Bob Briggs on Dec 8, 2003
    based on 39 ratings

    We can take advantage of the opportunity to invest in people’s lives by providing an opportunity to explore Christianity with a well informed conversation at the water cooler on current films and Christian themes.

    Have you bought your ticket? The Return of the King, the final episode in the Lord of the Rings trilogy is coming out in 10 days. Probably I should have asked who has seen the Fellowship of the rings and the two towers, and then I would know who the Tolkien fans are. Though 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

  • 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