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Archive for December, 2014

  • What Now? – Sermon from 12/28/2014

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    All the excitement was three days ago. Today the activity and excitement has settled down, the work is done and all the guests have gone home. All the waiting and anticipation that has been leading up to this event is over and we are left asking, now what? I’m actually not talking about our celebration of Christmas; I’m talking about life for Mary, Joseph and the Shepherds.

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  • Christmas Eve – The Steps of the Sheperd’s | Sermon from 12/24/2014

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    Fear Not – I bring you tidings of great joy.

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  • unFrozen – Love’s Open Door | Sermon from 12/21/2014

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    Mary, Joseph, Shepherds, Angels and even the Wise man all find a place in our nativity scenes, but there are two people who met Jesus as an infant who are never there, Simeon and Anna. These two righteous people met Jesus when his parents brought him to the Temple and when Simeon held Jesus in his arms and Anna testified to who Jesus was, the promises of God were made complete and the door of God’s love stood open for all to enter in. Hear the story of these two people and celebrate the good news that Jesus has come to be the Savior of ALL.

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  • unFrozen – Do You Want To Meet a Savior? | Sermon from 12/14/2014

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    While the Shepherds and Magi were anxious to meet the new king born in Bethlehem, not everyone wanted to meet the Savior. King Herod was afraid of losing his power so he rejected a meeting with Jesus and instead tried to have him killed. Do you want to meet a savior? There are times we act more like Herod than the Magi and don’t want to meet Jesus, but life and love are only found in his presence. Ask God to unfreeze your heart so that we can give it to Jesus.

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  • unFrozen – Let Us Go | Sermon from 12/7/2014

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    While Let It Go might be a catchy song in a Disney movie, it makes a lousy response to the birth of Jesus. A better response to Jesus’ birth comes from the shepherds of Bethlehem who after hearing from the angels about the birth of this Savior and King said, “Let us go to Bethlehem and see this thing that has happened.” But it wasn’t just the shepherds who said, let us go, it was also Mary and Joseph when they heard from the angel that they were to be parents to the Messiah, and the Wise men when they saw the star in the sky. All through the Christmas story people go TO God and then go WITH God. Come TO God as we worship our Savior and King and find the strength and spirit here to go with God into the world. Let Us Go…

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