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Series: CHRISTMAS WORDS
Luke 2:10-11, 14
It's good to see you this morning. I appreciate you being here on this holiday weekend. I trust you had a great thanksgiving with family and friends. Some of you may be visiting with your family. We sure appreciate you coming to Pastor's Class and being a part of our class this morning. We're going to begin an exciting new study today of Christmas Words. I think that you're really going to enjoy this study as it leads up to Christmas time because the true meaning of Christmas is going to unfold as we study the Christmas words that really describe the meaning of Christmas and Christ's coming into this world.
You know, as we celebrate Thanksgiving we're so thankful for so many things that God has given us, all the privileges that God has given us - the fact that we live in this land, a land that's so blessed with so much bounty. We're thankful, of course, for the supreme thing that we're thankful for - Jesus Christ and the life that we have in him. We would not have that life in Jesus if Christ had not come into this world. So I'm excited about bringing you the message, that because Christ came we have some wonderful words in our vocabulary that we would not have apart from that. So I think you're going to enjoy this study during the holiday season. We're going to have a lot of fun in this study. So welcome to the class this morning. You received your outline and you received your index card for your prayer requests. Also, if you're not a member of the class we would like for you to enroll in the class today. All you have to do is just check at the bottom of the card after you fill in your name. Check where it says, "May we enroll you?" We'll be glad to enroll you in the class today. Then we take up an offering at the end of the class. The offering is for the ministry of this class. It's for radio and newspaper and all the things that we do.
So let's go to t ...
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