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The Daily Devotional premiers Monday through Friday at 5am, and is written by Chaplain Ken Hart.
Through subtle intervention, God caused a baby to born to Mary and Joseph in the tiny town of Bethlehem on that first Christmas. Using a census as the means for a baby to be born at just the right moment, in just the right way, and in just the right place might not seem like a very big deal. Who this baby really is and what he came to do makes all the difference.Read MorePrintable PDF
Today we begin week two of a four-week Devotional Series entitled, “Christmas: Foretold & Fulfilled.” In this series we will examine the original Christmas Story. The series will look at many of the details we find in the Gospel accounts concerning the birth of Christ but each week we will focus on one Old Testament passage that foretells something of the birth of Christ. We will then see the Old Testament passage fulfilled in the part of the New Testament story of Christmas that is being featured that week.Read MorePrintable PDF
About a week before Christmas the family bought a new nativity scene. When they unpacked it they found 2 figures of the Baby Jesus. "Someone must have packed this wrong," the mother said, counting out the figures. "We have one Joseph, one Mary, three wise men, three shepherds, two lambs, a donkey, a cow, an angel and two babies. Oh, dear! I suppose some set down at the store is missing a Baby Jesus because we have 2.""You two run back down to the store and tell the manager that we have an extra Jesus. Tell him to put a sign on the remaining boxes saying that if a set is missing a Baby Jesus, call 7126. Put on your warm coats, it's freezing cold out there."Read MorePrintable PDF
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