The Wise Men's Story (3 of 4) by Fred Lowery
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Series: Christmas Is Real
Dr. Fred Lowery
Proverbs 13:20; Matt. 2: 1-12; Rom. 10:9
Oh, didn't you love "Oh, Holy Night"? My goodness! Randy, Janean, and Kricket, you know, I love Christmas songs and that's my favorite and sometimes during Christmas, usually, if I could ever find Leigh gone and my neighbors gone on both sides, I sing Oh, Holy Night and it's just great, great, song that I love at Christmas time.
We're in a series, "Christmas Is Real" and we've been talking about that the people in Christmas are real people, it's a real story. Christmas happened and these people had real problems, real struggles, real questions, real needs. We talked about Joseph, who found out through an angel that the girl that he was engaged to and in love with was pregnant and that he was not the father and then he got this crazy explanation from an angel that said the Holy Spirit got her pregnant and then we looked at Mary, who was told by an angel that she was pregnant and not by Joseph and she was going to have a boy and she was to name Him Jesus, which means Saviour and this young girl, all of a sudden her fairy tale wedding plans exploded like a bomb but here's the amazing thing we learned the last couple of weeks about Mary and Joseph -- that they so young and yet so mature in that they chose to trust God when what God was telling them to do made no sense to them whatsoever and it really --it just --was impossible thing for them to get a hold of. It went against human nature but yet they chose to obey and understand later and what a truth for us to learn that if we would just learn to trust God and do what He says --that what Mary and Joseph did--do what He says--believing that in time you will understand and you will know that you made the right choice.
And so today we move to the Wise Men.
Proverbs13:20 He who walks with the wise grows wise… [NIV]
Do you hang out with wise people? You need to. You need to because by walkin ...
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