The Secret of True Greatness (10 of 10) by Stan Coffey
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The angel said that Christmas is for all people when the angel said, "For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior which is Christ the Lord." And He is indeed the Savior of the world. And the keynote of Christmas in the music and all that we do is joy. And the joy of Christmas is something that we ought to experience not only at this time of the year but that it would be every day. And I am grateful that joy can be ours in a very personal way as we allow the Lord Jesus Christ to come into our lives and take control.
Our world is a strife ridden and war torn world, but our hope is in the message of Christmas, peace on earth, good will toward men. Join me in a prayer that the peace will come as the Prince of Peace is allowed to have His rule and reign in our hearts and lives. May God richly bless you in the coming year and may God give you the spirit of Christmas throughout the days to come.
Today I would like for our attention to be directed to Philippians 2:5 as we continue to think about the theme of Christmas and the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ to this earth.
And indeed that is one of the most beautiful of all of the passages in God's Word describing our Lord Jesus Christ. I want to speak to you today on this subject, "The Secret Of True Greatness". I believe it ought to be the aspiration of every child of God to be all that God can make you to be. I think it ought to be our goal, it ought to be our ideal, and it ought to be our mark to look toward that which God can cause us to be through the mighty power of the Holy Spirit. And to realize all that we are and to achieve all that we can through the Lord Jesus Christ. I believe that we ought to desire greatness for ourselves as individuals in the kingdom of God.
I also believe we ought to desire greatness for our church. I believe it ought to be the heart's desire and t ...
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