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Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2010
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In this four-week Advent study, author Richard B. Wilke focuses on people in the story of Christs birth. There are those we associate with the joy and celebration of Christmasthe wise men, the shepherds, and Joseph. Yet the author reminds us not to forget that the evil King Herod is also part of the Christmas story, and how it is because there is evil in our world that we so desperately neededand needa Savior.
Each lesson includes a key scripture, brief reflection, questions to discuss, a suggested Christmas carol, and a prayer.
Table of Contents:
First Week of Advent
Lets Keep Herod in Christmas (Matthew 2:1, 7-8, 16-18)
Second Week of AdventLets Keep the Wise Men in Christmas (Matthew 2:1-12)
Third Week of Advent
Lets Keep Joseph in Christmas (Matthew 1:18-25; 2:13-15, 19-23)
Fourth Week of AdventLets Keep the Shepherds in Christmas (Luke 2:8-20)
MrsP5 Stars Out Of 5Great StudyJanuary 17, 2015MrsPInsightful and sparks great discussion.
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