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This morning, we begin thinking in earnest about Christmas. To complete our year-long emphasis on the word “Story” I am prepared to preach The Story of Christmas as given in each of the four Gospels over the next four Sundays. Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John all give us a little bit different version. This is not contradictory, understand, but complementary. Some like Luke, give us a lot of detail; others, like Mark, do not give us much. Today, we start with Matthew.
As part of our "Matthew: On Earth as it is in Heaven" series, Chris Carr teaches "The King Has Come" from Matthew 1:1-17.
Mr. Jody Farrell
Rev. Tony Holifield
Rev. Carl Palmer
My introduction to the Lord’s prayer was, perhaps like most of you, as a child. We memorized it and got a pencil or something for our memory work. In our Baptist tradition, we have not recited this prayer as often as other Christian traditions. My next phase of interaction with this prayer was as an athlete. Unfortunately, as a team, we said this prayer more as a cheer, I’m afraid, then as a prayer. Only in more recent years has this prayer had for me the kind of impact that Jesus intended. I went through it slowly a few years ago, studying the prayer phrase by phrase. I shared some of that during Wednesday evening prayer time and Bible Study.