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  • The Real Spirit Of Christmas

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Dec 15, 2019
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    Today's Sermon looks at the real Spirit of Christmas, the Holy Spirit.

    The Real Spirit of Christmas {Audio:!Dc0BWQyR!v8Q8xcj9aGiMrQKPv4L5Kq8YUzeW75JB6NgOL_KGErU} At this time of year we often hear people talking about getting into the Christmas spirit. But what is the Christmas spirit, and can we even talk of the true spirit of Christmas without more

  • The Perpetual Virginity Of Mary And The Kingship Of Jesus

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 3, 2018
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    The perpetual virginity of Mary, which was believed by the Church throughout its existence with almost no question, and even believed by the original Protestant reformers, is a basic Christian doctrine. To deny this is to deny the kingship of Jesus.

  • The Birth Of Jesus Foretold Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Sep 29, 2012
    based on 5 ratings

    An analysis of the account regarding the announcement of the birth of Jesus will show us how to respond to God's word.

    Scripture Let us continue our study in the Gospel of Luke that I am calling, “To Seek and to Save the Lost.” Today I would like to study the passage in which we see the birth of Jesus foretold. The announcement—or, annunciation—of the angel Gabriel to Mary that she more

  • Advent Week 2 - 2012 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Dec 11, 2012

    Advent is about God and God alone initiating His grand plan of salvation. Don't get sidetracked by and over emphasize the secondary characters in the narrative.

    Today is the second Sunday of Advent The whole reason for the Advent was to initiate the new covenant and to save the lost. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [This next segment is a promo for an upcoming Christmas Dinner Drama] But more

  • Waiting....a Centering Excercise

    Contributed by Derek Noorman on Dec 8, 2012

    With three powerful words, "Let it be...," Mary goes from Nazerene poor girl to highly exalted mother of our Lord Jesus Christ. But Mary's words also give us a different perspective on our own waiting.

    Prayer for Illumination: Lord we bring ourselves to your word this morning, And we ask that you would speak to us that we might hear your words. Unstop our ears to listen, Chase the thoughts of tasks unfinished and tasks yet to do from our minds, Open our hearts to be responsive to your more

  • The Joy Of The Lord

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Dec 9, 2012

    The announcement of the angel to Mary is about the Joy Of The Lord in sending Jesus to save the world.

    We’ve Got Joy For You, The Joy Of The Lord Calvary 12/9/12 Genesis 3”:1-12 Luke 1:26-38 Today we are in our second sermon in the series We’ve Got Joy. Last week Pastor Toby spoke on the Joy of the church, next week Pastor Kellie will speak on the Joy of the more

  • Characters Of Christmas: Zacharias - Just Keep Quiet Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Dec 7, 2012
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    A message about Zacharias and how he need to learn to be quit and listen to the Lord.

    Note I used Jon Courson’s notes from e-sword’s Application Commentary on this passage plus the Preacher’s Commentary in Luke. Title: Christmas Characters Zacharias Theme: To show lessons learned from the life of Zacharias Text: Luke 1:1-80 Zacharias: Luk 1:1-20 Inasmuch as many have more

  • God Comes Near

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Dec 10, 2012
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    God comes near! 1. To reveal the divine dimension to us (vs. 26-28). 2. With answers for our anxieties (vs. 29-30). 3. To teach us the truth about Jesus (vs. 31-37). 4. Seeking servants with faith to follow the Lord (vs. 38).

    God Comes Near Luke 1:26-38 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - December 9, 2012 *Christmas is a time when God came near. And God comes near today. *Joe McKeever told the story of a little girl named Rachel. Like many preschoolers, Rachel had a problem waking up in the middle more

  • Divine Interuptions

    Contributed by Oris Hubbard on Dec 8, 2012
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    Our lives are filled with interruptions. Some are natural occurrences, some are Satan-inflicted, and some are God-ordained.

    Title: Divine Interruptions Text: Luke 1:26-35 Matthew 1:18-25 Introduction: A telephone call in the middle of the night, a talkative child while you are talking to another adult, the power going off in the middle of Sunday morning preparations, a virus that hits while on vacation, a more

  • Learn How God Loves Your Praise Behind Your Song!

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Feb 4, 2014

    Without Songs we would burst; Jesus agreed, & said so to the Pharisees. Great works of God have always been accompanied by joyful song. Do you enjoy praising the Lord, or just enjoy singing, there is a vast difference, as few can do both, read on ….

    Word Count: 2370 2 Samuel 7:1-11, 16 Psalm 89:1-4, 19-26 Romans 16: 25-27 Luke 1: 26-38 Summary: Without Songs we would burst; Jesus agreed, & said so to the Pharisees. Great works of God have always been accompanied by joyful song. Do you enjoy praising the Lord, or just enjoy singing, more

  • The Big Story: Magnificat Series

    Contributed by Danny Davis on Feb 7, 2014

    Mary, a young virgin girl, is pregnant. Though the pregnancy is of divine action she is still in danger of human repercussions. Yet in the midst of what could be a tumultuous time for this young girl she chooses to focus on God and make Him bigger.

    (ME) Good morning Odessa First! Merry Christmas! We are so blessed with all the Christmas decorations – it just looks beautiful around here. I guess you could say, “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!” First Time Guests – Introduction Christmas is my more

  • Nothing! Nada Hay Imposible!

    Contributed by Mark Opperman on Jan 15, 2014
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    I. It Pays to be Right with God! (28-30). II. It’s okay to be Real with the Lord (34). III. Personal Surrender Precedes the Miraculous! (37-38).We will see that when we line our lives up with God’s plan, nothing can stop what He wants to do in and through us.

    Nada hay Imposible! Luke 1:26-38 26 In the sixth month, God sent the angel Gabriel to Nazareth, a town in Galilee, 27 to a virgin pledged to be married to a man named Joseph, a descendant of David. The virgin's name was Mary. 28 The angel went to her and said, "Greetings, you who are highly more

  • What Were You Told

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Jan 12, 2014

    This message focuses on how we lose our dreams or forget what God has told us about ourselves and our children when we experience different things in our life.

    What Were You Told? Scripture: Eph. 4:22- 24; Prov. 18:21; Luke 1:11-38; Heb. 11:1 Introduction: As we enter into a new year many of us have made resolutions about things we are going to do differently this year. Most of these resolutions are based on personal desires of things we more

  • God Has Favourites Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Feb 15, 2014

    Christianity is unique in our belief that God has become one of us. and Mary waste one favoured by God to bring this miracle to birth.

    The Incarnation’ as we call it, God becoming a human being, is the fundamental belief that sets us apart from Judaism and all other religious followings. It really is where the rubber hits the road in terms of the Christian faith. We Christians are the only people on this earth who more

  • What Did Mary Know?

    Contributed by Curtis E. Nester on Jan 1, 2014

    What did Mary actually know when Jesus was born What we know What others need to know

    TITLE: What Did Mary Know? TEXT: Luke 1:26-38 INTRO: My favorite Christmas song was written by Mark Lowry, "Mary Did You Know?" And what did Mary actually know? Do you realize that, looking back at the birth of Jesus, we probably know more than Mary did at that time. We have all the accounts more