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November 26, 2016, 12:00 AM

From Your Pastor's Heart - November 27, 2016

Good Morning Family,

          The Christmas Season is in full swing now!  I have always loved this time of the year.  Celebrating Jesus’ birth with family, church family, and friends is such a sweet time.  This is also the most musical time of the year.  So many songs!  So many memories!  So many blessings from the Lord!

          Today, we will be sharing together in the morning service in regarding being grateful for the Lord’s hand in our lives.  I am so thankful for His guiding hand, His giving hand, and His correcting hand as well.  I cannot even picture my life without Him.  If I try to think of it, I only see darkness and pointlessness.  He is everything to us.

          But, with Christ’s incarnation, light came into darkness, purpose took the place of pointlessness, forgiveness covered our guiltiness.  The manger held everything we had been waiting for, everything we had been needing, and even more than we could have thought possible.  Christmas is a reason to celebrate Christ, share the Gospel, and praise the Father who bankrupt Heaven for your sake!

          Christ divested Himself of His high throne to come and breathe our air, eat our food, live with us, laugh with us, and cry with us.  Without Christmas, Easter would not exist.  If Christ had not become obedient to come to the manger; He could not have been obedient to the death on the cross for your sin and mine.  Christmas is not just about incarnation, but about the beginning of the plan of salvation.  The cross was the whole purpose of His birth.

          Join us tonight as we begin Christmas at FBCCF.  We will share together once again in the “Hanging of the Greens” at 6:30pm.  We’ll be decorating the church for Christmas, so please come help out.  Even if you are unable to physically help, come along anyhow and join in the songs and fun times with your church family as we decorate.

          As always, my prayer is for you to, “Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of truth.”     II Timothy 2:15


Humbly Yours,

Bro. Steve

Dr. Steven Gann

Your Shepherd



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