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2009 is over. 2010 is here. As we stand here at the beginning of a New Year it is a good time to reflect on the year that is ending and look forward into the year that is soon to begin. It is also a good time for God’s people to take inventory of their walk with the Lord. We should take a very close look at where we are in our relationship with Him. We need to examine ourselves and see where we have been, where we are and where the Lord wants us to be. This passage gives us the opportunity and the challenge to do just that.
Text: Luke 2:8-20
The Angels brought the message of Christ’s birth only to Shepherds.
- Jesus is the savior of the whole world. He is the King of kings and the Lord of lords. Such an important message was delivered to an insignificant bunch of Shepherds.
- God intentionally ignored the noblemen, Wise men and even the Jewish leaders.
- Shepherds are poor, uneducated, probably were not people others could hang around with (stinking, filthy, you name it!)
- Then why did God chose Shepherds? Let me give you 3 reasons, and see what we can learn from it?
CARM is a Christian ministry focused on Apologetics and Research. Among the many resources, they have published on their official website are 44 Old Testament and New Testament sermon outlines. While you are not permitted to republish them you can always download those sermons for free and preach from them.
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I have heard the true story of a young broken-hearted man who wrote a letter to his fiancée in blood. It is said that he died after writing the letter. The story of this lover and his message written in his own blood is a moving one, especially at this time in which we celebrate human love, Valentine’s Day. There is another moving love story written in blood, one I want you to consider now. That love is the love of Jesus Christ for a lost world.