What are your favorite Christmas traditions? Tree lighting, candles, sparkling lights, manger scene, tinsel and holly?Do you give gifts to your loved ones? Do you “shop ‘till you drop”? Does your family gather around a Christmas tree on Christmas day? Or do you have a quiet day of reflection? Do you fix a special meal? Continue reading “Christmas Bible Study Available for Free Download, and to Purchase on Amazon.”
The new Christmas Bible Study has just been finished! It’s a 10-Lesson verse-by-verse study of passages in Luke and Matthew, following the Christmas Story all the way from the birth of John the Baptist to the settling of Mary and Joseph and Jesus in Nazareth. Click on the picture to view or for free download.
Here are the Questions and Answers for Luke 1:59-66 If you want to see all the Questions and Answers for what we’ve done so far in Luke, click here.
How Does God Want Us to Celebrate Christmas? How do you celebrate Christmas? Is it honoring to God? Do you tell or read the Christmas story every year? Are your traditions all about the Christmas Tree, ornaments, food, sparkle and presents? I do wonder what God thinks about our Christmas-time activities. Over the lastContinue reading “Questions You Have Asked: How Does God Want Us to Celebrate Christmas?”
Click on the Answers sheet to view or download the Discussion part of this Bible Study. Luke 1:26-38. “Mary” Click on the link below for the Audio of our Bible Study Lesson on this passage . Luke Chapter 1 26-38 answers
The story of Jesus’ birth includes three Gentiles with Faith in the One, True, God, and practically a whole nation of Jews without. “Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, wise men from the East came to Jerusalem, saying, ‘Where is He who has beenContinue reading “The Three Wise Gentiles”
The Birth of Jesus Christ – A Christmas Chronology God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit together agreed, before They ever made the world, that God the Son would become a man and pay the blood-price for the sin which would be committed by the people They were about to create.Continue reading “A Christmas Chronology”