Series: Advent 2018
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The Word and God - by Michael Phillips
Advent 2018 - Part 1
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John 1:1-2
Dec 02, 2018 am - There is no bad time of the year to reflect on the birth of our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. If shepherds, wise men, and angels rejoiced over His nativity, we must be safe in doing the same ourselves! The hymn that is so often on our lips, ought to be deeply felt in our hearts, every day- Joy to ... More >>>

The Word and Creation - by Michael Phillips
Advent 2018 - Part 2
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John 1:3-5
Dec 09, 2018 am - Christmas is the best time of year to talk to your neighbors and loved ones about Jesus-not because they need Him more in December than they do in July, but because they're more likely to listen now than they would be next summer. So, let's take every opportunity to speak up for Christ this Advent ... More >>>

The Word and John - by Michael Phillips
Advent 2018 - Part 3
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John 1:6-8
Dec 16, 2018 am - Whatever Paganism or commercialism has added to the Christmas Story, its central figure remains God, who became a Man and was laid in a manger, because there was no room for Him in the inn. This is what Christmas is about: Not trees or gifts, parties, or time off work. It is about God becoming ... More >>>

The Word Incarnate - by Michael Phillips
Advent 2018 - Part 4
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John 1:9-14
Dec 23, 2018 am - Way back in about 1968, I first saw the bumper sticker- Keep Christ in Christmas. I agreed with it at the time, and now, fifty years later, I still do. If Jesus is 'The Reason for the Season', He has to be the central figure in our holiday celebration. I suppose this has always been hard to do, but ...

The Surpassing Greatness of the Word - by Michael Phillips
Advent 2018 - Part 5
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1 John 1:1-18
Dec 30, 2018 am - The human race can be divided into two, airtight, compartments: those who can tell a joke, and those who can't. The people who cannot tell a joke always fail for one of two reasons. Either: (1) they have no punch line, or, if they do, (2) they say it too soon. More than anything else, jokes depend ... More >>>

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