Pastor Ken explores, during this Christmas time, the characteristics of the names given to Jesus in Isaiah. The amazement is that these are not just labels, tags that identify the nature and characteristics of Jesus. They are descriptives of the power behind the names; the power to change our lives and our behavior.
It's Christmas time again. As long as we're in the giving mood, today we're going to discuss the kind of giving that goes year round. How much of us are we willing to give?
We all want more peace in our lives, but how many of us are willing to shut up and listen. Why is it so important that others know our opinion about everything?! So much disagreement can be turned to unity if only we learned patience, keeping back, listening. Result... a quiet heart. Peace.
There's an old adage 'You can live about 40 days without food, 6 days without water, but you can't live 1 second without hope'. We're looking into Isaiah today, examining seven good reasons for hope. Today more than ever we as individuals as well as nations as a whole need to understand these realities that are coming our way, probably in the very near future.
We know the story well, almost too well. It's been rehearsed so often that the realities of the event have been lost. It's become a very nice story, almost fable-like in its delivery over the centuries. But the Lord of the universe very decidedly folded into that most significant event low-life, dirty, ceremonially unclean shepherds.
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