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Our God reigns -- Isaiah 52:7-10, Hebrews 1:1-4 (5-12), John 1:1-14 -- The Nativity of our Lord - C -- 1997
The Babylonian captivity provided the original context for this oracle.
Home for Christmas -- Isaiah 52:7-10, Hebrews 1:1-4 (5-12), John 1:1-14, Psalm 98 -- The Nativity of our Lord - B
My living room contains a painting of the great race between a horse and a steam locomotive by the C

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The intimate relationship between the... -- Hebrews 1:1-4 (5-12) -- 2002
The intimate relationship between the Father and the Son that informs the Nicene Creed's understandi
Christians would rather read the... -- Hebrews 1:1-4 (5-12) -- 2000
Christians would rather read the Book of Hebrews than tackle the apocalyptic Book of Revelation.
Jonathan was one of five... -- Hebrews 1:1-4 (5-12) -- 1999
Jonathan was one of five children.
Christmas Day! The day for... -- Hebrews 1:1-4 (5-12) -- 1998
Christmas Day! The day for which we have prepared.
Gordon MacDonald, in an article... -- Hebrews 1:1-4 (5-12) -- The Nativity of our Lord - B
Gordon MacDonald, in an article in Leadership Journal titled "Speaking into Crisis," wrote of
The movie Crocodile Dundee was... -- Hebrews 1:1-4 (5-12) -- The Nativity of our Lord - B
The movie Crocodile Dundee was about a man from Australia who made a splash when he came to t
Five-year-old Lee and... -- Hebrews 1:1-4 (5-12) -- The Nativity of our Lord - B
Five-year-old Lee and his three-year-old sister, Kristen, had never seen anything like the community
In 2002, a teacher in... -- Hebrews 1:1-4 (5-12) -- The Nativity of our Lord - B
In 2002, a teacher in the Brookfield (Ohio) School District rejected Jesus as the proposed subject o
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