1. Reliving the First Christmas: The Grace Christmas Special

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    Four special meditations on the traditional story of Christmas from Luke's Gospel. Annunciation: Justin Sagert, Magnificant: Jordan Los, Nativity: Wyatt Graham, and Eucharist: Chad Graham. Explore the foundational story of Christianity with us, from Luke Chapters 1-2, and 22-24.

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    • Sent

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      Sunday morning message at Grace Bible Church in Minooka, IL. Series - SENT Taught by Brian Pipping Sunday, December 26th, 2010

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      • Sermon Excerpt: What is the Central Message of the Entire Bible?

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        The full sermon from which this excerpt is taken is entitled "Reasons to Believe" from December 26, 2010.

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        • Test of Time

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          Another project. I photoshopped each individual images+made the track

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          • What Child is This

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            • Slaves of Christ, Part 1 (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur

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              http://www.gty.org/Resources/Sermons/80-321 Now you could check every Greek lexicon there is and you will find no usage of that word other than the word “slave.” What is remarkable about this is though this word is used about 150 times in the New Testament in one form or another, 130 times doulos itself, and then sun doulos in the verb form, douloo, though it means slave, always means slave, only means slave, out of the 20 English translations of the New Testament, there are essentially 20 English translations of the New Testament, only one of them always translates doulos slave, 19 of them equivocate and do not do that. They even invent a hyphenated word for which there is no parallel in Greek, bondservant. There are only two options in Greek...servant or slave. There’s no middle concept. The only New Testament translation that always translates doulos slave is the Goodspeed translation. From 1923 to 1937, E.J. Goodspeed was a professor of Greek at the University of Chicago. He is a storied Greek genius, pioneer in lexicography of the Greek language. And you probably are familiar with Goodspeed translation though it’s a little bit obscure. He has the integrity to stick with the meaning of doulos everywhere it appears in the New Testament. There is a multi-volume set of lexicography about that long on my shelf called Kittel, have you heard of it? K-i-t-t-e-l, it is the last word, the consummate word, more than you ever need to know or care to know about every Greek word. Every single Greek word has an article and the articles go on for page and page after page, after page, after page to fill up that much space just dealing with the Greek words in the New Testament.

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              • Revolution 618 TV episode 34 "Orphaned No More - Part 2"

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                Revolution 618 TV episode 34 "Orphaned No More - Part 2" Hosted by Josh and Melissa Jamison. Directed and Produced by Bryan Kreutz. Associate Producer Jen Collins-Smith. Original Airdate November 1,2010 on the Christian Television Network. Christians need the word of God activated in their life. In order to do this we must read the bible and receive what the lord has for us and apply it to our lives. We have a helper from God known as the holy spirit of truth to lead and guide us in all truth as we are not alone and not orphans. Melissa Jamison adds that not only do we get to learn from God but we also get to learn from people that God uses. Some of us may feel like we don't have anything to give, anything to speak or share and the lord says you do with a measure of faith. We grow in faith by exercising in the faith God gave us.

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                • Why the Genealogies? (Luke 3:23-38)

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                  http://www.macarthurcommentaries.com Genealogies play a significant role in Scripture by rooting the biblical account in history. Because of their importance, the Jews kept very careful genealogical records, which survived until the Romans sacked Jerusalem and burned the temple in A.D. 70. In fact, the genealo­gies recorded by both Matthew and Luke are likely based on those pub­lic records, which were still in existence when they wrote. In addition to the official public records, many families undoubtedly kept private genealogical records. The Old Testament contains numerous genealo­gies (e.g., Gen. 4; 5; 10; 11; 1 Chron. 1--9).The New Testament also alludes to the availability of genealogical records. For example, Anna is identi­fied as a member of the tribe of Asher (Luke 2:36), Barnabas as a mem­ber of the tribe of Levi (Acts 4:36 [cf. Luke 10:32]), and Paul as a member of the tribe of Benjamin (Rom. 11:1; Phil. 3:5). Also, as noted above, Joseph knew that he had to go to Bethlehem for the census "because he was of the house and family of David" (Luke 2:4). Because of the significance of genealogies in the ancient world, Luke's readers would have understood why he included the genealogy of Jesus Christ. It was an essential credential for one claiming to be the Messiah to be a descendant of David. Luke has already given several cre­dentials that establish irrefutably that Jesus is the Messiah.The account of John the Baptist's miraculous birth to an elderly, barren couple intro­duced His prophesied forerunner (Luke 1:17; cf. Isa. 40:3--4; Mal. 3:1)...

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                  • Gifts Fit for a Baby (Matthew 2:9-12)

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                    http://www.macarthurcommentaries.com Right worship is always, and must be, the only basis for right giving and right learning and right service. Giving that is generous but done apart from a loving relationship with God is empty giving. Learning that is orthodox and biblical but is learned apart from knowing and depending on the Source of truth, is empty knowledge, like that of the chief priests and scribes. Service that is demanding and sacrificial but done in the power of the flesh or for the praise of men is empty service. Throughout history gold has been considered the most precious of metals and the universal symbol of material value and wealth. It was used extensively in the construction of the Temple (see 1 Kings 6--7, 9; 2 Chron. 2--4). It was also a symbol of nobility and royalty (see Gen. 41:4; 1 Kings 10:1--13; etc.). Matthew continually presents Christ as the King, and here we see the King of the Jews, the King of kings, appropriately being presented with royal gifts of gold. The Savior of the world is also the true King of the world, and He will not be Savior of those who will not accept Him as sovereign Lord. As wonderful as Jesus' saviorhood was to them, the early Christians' first known creed was "Jesus is Lord," acknowledging His rule.

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                    • Children's Christmas Musical at The Point Church of the Nazarene Main Sanctuary, 12-12-10 (Part 2)

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                      This is part 2 of "Arrest Thee Merry Gentlemen", a children's Christmas musical performance. In this 2nd video, it shows our children's Christmas musical here at the main sanctuary at The Point Church of the Nazarene in Murillo, San Jose, CA. Happy holidays and Merry Christmas everyone! [Footage taken on December 12, 2010, at The Point Church of the Nazarene in San Jose, CA with my Canon Powershot SD1100 IS Digital ELPH camera]

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