Matthew's First Christmas
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More Christmas Sermons: Immanuel - God With Us; The Love Of God; What Is Worship?; The Barren Womb And The Virgin Birth; Treasures In The Family Tree Of Christ.

Related Study Series: The Fear Nots Of The First Nativity.

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The Miracle Of Christmas, by John MacArthur
This little book goes to the heart of what Christmas is really about: the birth of Jesus -- Immanuel, God with us, the promised Messiah -- who came to save His people from their sins. It may be the biggest and most popular of all our holidays, but Christmas is in jeopardy just the same. A subtle but sure erosion is eating away the season's true significance.

MacArthur offers this book as an antidote to two prevailing philosophies that are stealing Christmas - an effort to mythologize the Christmas story - and a tendency to secularize it. With reverence and a contagious sense of wonder, he details every biblical fact known about the birth of Jesus, stressing that "Christmas should be a time of real joy and gladness, as opposed to the manufactured sentiment and wild revelry that characterize the way the world observes Christmas". The simple fact is: "That baby in the manger is God. That's the heart and soul of the Christmas message".

Available to order from Amazon (US or UK) - 143 pages.

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