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Surprises in the Family Tree - #6770
We're sinners who must always find grace to be "Amazing grace - how sweet the sound." The hymn says, "I stand amazed in the presence of Jesus the Nazarene, and wonder how He could love me...a sinner condemned, unclean." I hope today you still find God's grace amazing, and that you haven't been around so long that you think you belong in God's family because you deserve it.

http://hutchcraft.com/a-word-with-you/your-most-important-relationship/surprises-in-the...

Wanting to be King - #6768
As we count down to our annual visit to the manger, let me ask you, "Who's king in your life?" "Who's driving?" We don't mind the baby in a manger; that's kind of sweet. We don't even mind the Savior on the cross, but king on the throne; king of my life? Him driving? That's another story.

http://hutchcraft.com/a-word-with-you/your-most-important-relationship/wanting-to-be-ki...

The Gift He Didn't Want - #6769
This Christmas, you've got to decide what you're going to do with this greatest gift of all. To reject that gift is to reject God's great sacrifice for you, is to spurn this ultimate act of love from the God who made you, and to turn your back on the heaven that you want to go to when you die.

http://hutchcraft.com/a-word-with-you/your-most-important-relationship/the-gift-he-didn...

The Closer They Get, The Better You Look - #6764
Live your life in such a way that you have no fear of scrutiny or discovery, or people comparing stories. If you tell the truth and do all things as Jesus would do them, the light will only show your authenticity as it did Samuel's. It can be said of those who live without secrets and without deception, "The closer people get, the better you look."

http://hutchcraft.com/a-word-with-you/your-hindrances/the-closer-they-get-the-better-yo...

Christmas is For Losers - #6763
Aren't you glad Christmas is for losers like you and me? Let's be sure that Christ comes to some people no one else comes to. He'll come to them through you, and they'll come to you to bring you into His family.

http://hutchcraft.com/a-word-with-you/your-most-important-relationship/christmas-is-for...

Keep the Child Alive - #6732
The first snow? Christmas? Amusement parks? They may or may not bring out the child in you. But knowing Jesus, trusting Jesus? That should keep the child alive in you. And I am so grateful that what Jesus did for us He said requires simply the faith of a little child to possess it. What He did on the cross, dying for our sins, loving us enough to pay the penalty we deserve, that that is something a child can grasp, and theologians can explore the depths of.

http://hutchcraft.com/a-word-with-you/your-most-important-relationship/keep-the-child-a...

New free video tells the Christmas story - embed or download
In the Celtic Christian tradition, 'thin spaces' are times and places where the spiritual and the natural world intersect – occasions when it is possible to reach out and be touched by God. Christmas, even in our post-christendom world, is such a thin space.

http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/6513

Our Own Little Bethlehem - #6505
You know, Christmas really is all about a Baby who came to die so we could live. And I will never stop thanking Him that He saw that lost little family in a second floor apartment on the south side of Chicago and sent a missionary - my brother - who never spoke a word to gave us Jesus.

http://hutchcraft.com/a-word-with-you/your-most-important-relationship/our-own-little-b...

Christmas: Light Splits the Night
Use this 4- or 5-session study during Advent to remember the strange and wonderful time when light split the night and God became one of us. Optional Advent activities are included.

http://faithaliveresources.org/Products/154425/christmas-light-splits-the-night.aspx

True Woman: The God of the Unexpected
Elizabeth’s cold barrenness and years of humiliation melted like snow under warming sun as she praised God’s unexpected work in her life.

http://truewoman.com/?id=1568

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“It is written: “‘As surely as I live,’ says the Lord, ‘every knee will bow before me; every tongue will acknowledge God.’””
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