Date: December 3, 2000

Series: Do You Hear What I Hear

Speaker: Kevin McKee

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Hark, The Herald Angels Sing
Luke 2:8-20

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The Shepherds Hear the Good News...

“...Hark, The Herald Angels Sing...”

Angels announce Good News vv. 8-14

“...God and sinners reconciled...”

Shepherds respond to Good News vv. 15-17

“...Glory to the New Born King...”

The impressions left from Good News vv. 18-20

Do you believe...

...everyday God wants to announce and empress on you the wonder of His peace? The peace we can have with God, with others, and with ourselves through Christ!
...God can include you in making known the message of Peace?'re not left out? God's good news is for you right where you re. He wants to be in an intimate relationship with you today, and everyday.

To live in the present, we must believe deeply that what is most important is the here and now. We are constantly distracted by things tha have happened in the past or that might happen in the future. It is not easy to remain focused on the present. Our mind is hard to master and keeps pulling us away from the moment. Prayer is the discipline of the moment. When we pray, we enter into the presence of God whose name is God-eith-us. To pray is to listen attentively to the One who addresses us here and now.

Here and Now, Henri Nouwen

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