by Ernest Easley

The First Christmas Catalogue
Gabriel's Good News
Dr. Ernest Easley
Luke 1.26-38

Take God's Word tonight and turn please to Luke chapter 1.
This time of the year we are bombarded with Christmas
Catalogues. Merchants know that during the Christmas season
that most people buy things they don't need with money they don't
have to impress people they don't like!

So .. by sending out Christmas Catalogues, they have a
better chance at getting some of our money! We take those
catalogues, sometimes called "wish books" .. and begin working
our way through it's pages. There are clothes and electronics to
buy. There are toys and appliances, gadgets and garden
equipment. You name it and it's found in somebody's Christmas

Well .. did you know that God has a Christmas Catalogue?
Well .. He does! In fact, His was the first Christmas Catalogue
filled not with gadgets .. but with grace! Not with toys but with
triumph! Not with appliances .. but with acceptance!

I hold in my hand The First Christmas Catalogue and on
every page you'll find treasures and gifts just for you! But unlike
most Christmas Catalogues, there are no prices listed because the
price for every item has already been paid for in full! They were
paid for by the precious blood of Jesus Christ! It's not a "wish
book", it's a "wonder book." And you will not find any upgrading
necessary! The items listed in this catalogue never grow old, never
wear out, nor do they ever run down!

And on these Wednesday nights in December leading up to
Christmas Day, I want us to look through this First Christmas
Catalogue at some of the treasures and truths that are ours!

The first item I want us to look at tonight from The First
Christmas Catalogue is found in Luke 1. I want to speak to you
tonight on this subject:

Gabriel's Good News
Luke 1:26-38

We read here in Luke 1 of Gabriel's Good News. And as we
do, the first t ...

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