Sermons from December 2016

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Busy in Bethlehem

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Luke 2:1-3, 8-20 When Jesus was born, the small town of Bethlehem was flooded with people who had moved away returning because of the census. They were so busy–with crowded streets, overbooked hotels, and increased economic possibilities–that they missed the birth of Jesus right under their noses.

Hopeless in Jerusalem

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Isaiah 11:1-10, Luke 2:22-40 When waiting with expectation turns to coping with hopelessness, it can shift your focus from believing in the promise to believing it was all too good to be true, and in the midst of hopelessness, missing the Messiah.