Bethlehem's Best - The Shepherd's Song (2 of 5) by Donald Cantrell
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I - Shepherds and their Humble Vocation (8)
Nomadic Workmen ''Their Many Fields''
Needful Watchmen ''Their Mandated Flocks''
II - Shepherds and their Holy Revelation (9/12)
Glowing Appearance of this Angel (9)
Gratifying Assurance of this Angel (10)
Glimmering Acquaintance of this Angel (11)
Guiding Assistance of this Angel (12)
III - Shepherds and their Heavenly Congregation (13/14)
Words of Praise and Glory ''Heavenly Acclamation''
Words of Peace and Goodness ''Earthly Anticipation''
IV - Shepherds and their Hasty Visitation (15/16)
Inward Desire that Impassioned Them (15)
Onward Destination that Impacted Them (16)
V - Shepherds and their Heartfelt Proclamation (17/19)
Evident Proof ''What they saw'' (17a)
Eager Publication ''What they shared'' (17b)
Enriched People ''What they studied'' (18)
VI - Shepherds and their Hearty Glorification (20)
Returned Visitation for their Sheep Fold
B) Raised Vocalization for their Supreme Find
In this awesome story we find one of the most stunning events to be found in the entire bible. I honestly think that many never even give it a second thought, the events that happened outside the fields of Bethlehem.
On the night that God was going to proclaim the birth of his Son, the Savior of mankind, the Gift of Eternal Life, let us consider whom he chose to be his spokesman. In the fields outside of Bethlehem were various groups of ostracized shepherds.
Society had a distinct distaste for these men due to their occupation. The shepherds were men that had notorious reputations for pilfering and dipping into the coffers as they traveled from place to place.
The night was swiftly falling into place as God had previously planned it ages ago, but much more was needed than just allowing the babe to be born. The Lord would need someone to proclaim the birth of his son, whom wo ...
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