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Watching the expanding claims of the New Testament -- 2 Samuel 7:8-16, Romans 16:25-27, Luke 1:26-38 -- Fourth Sunday of Advent - B -- 1990
Just back away from the New Testament for a moment and take a broad look at what is portrayed here.
Dust off the throne -- 2 Samuel 7:1-11, 16, Romans 16:25-27, Luke 1:26-38 -- David Kalas -- Fourth Sunday of Advent - B
When I was a kid, my parents would host several Christmas parties each year -- one for each of the a

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Jim's trademark was a simple... -- Romans 16:25-27 -- 1999
Jim's trademark was a simple one.
These verses shout! Some of... -- Romans 16:25-27 -- 1990
These verses shout! Some of Romans whisper so inaudibly I can't hear it.
In this passage, Paul wrote... -- Romans 16:25-27 -- 1990
In this passage, Paul wrote about "the revelation of the mystery which was kept secret since the wor
(A)Secret... -- Romans 16:25-27 -- Fourth Sunday of Advent - A -- 1981
(A)
There is a Latin saying... -- Romans 16:25-27 -- Fourth Sunday of Advent - B
There is a Latin saying carved into the wall of the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth.
A major news network released... -- Romans 16:25-27 -- Fourth Sunday of Advent - B
A major news network released a story through their premiere anchorman that turned out to be false a
There was great excitement surrounding... -- Romans 16:25-27 -- Fourth Sunday of Advent - B
There was great excitement surrounding the drive-through nativity at least for the first two years.
Mr. Harvey was concerned about... -- Romans 16:25-27 -- Fourth Sunday of Advent - B
Mr. Harvey was concerned about the students in his high school industrial arts class.
The drama of military conflict... -- Romans 16:25-27 -- Fourth Sunday of Advent - B
The drama of military conflict, with secret strategies, commanders, and motivation, make Paul the fi
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“You. Yes, You.” by C. David McKirachan
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You. Yes, You.
by C. David McKirachan
Acts 2:1-21

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These verses follow the metaphor of living water flowing from our hearts into the world. The opening activity will work off of that image to show how water works. Water fills in all the empty places it can find. Even when we think there is no room, water can find the emptiness and fill it up.

What you will need:
A transparent jar or bowl
A couple of large rocks (or other large objects that will fit in your container)
Sand
Water

In your lesson say something like:

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Call to Worship:
Jesus promised his friends that great power would be available to them when he had finally disappeared from this earth. That power came on the Day of Pentecost. In our worship today let us explore what sort of power this was and whether it is still available to us.


Invitation to Confession:
Jesus, sometimes I have difficulty connecting with things that happened 2,000 years ago.
Lord, have mercy.
Jesus, sometimes I assume that all your power was in the past, belonging to a by-gone age.

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