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ISSUE 9, <strong>DECEMBER</strong> <strong>2022</strong><br />

In this Edition:<br />

Stories & Devotionals<br />

based on Luke 2:4-20<br />



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EDITOR'S<br />

LETTER<br />

Christmas is about family! All of them.<br />

Christmas is about your grandparents,<br />

mom and dad, aunts and uncles, brothers us! It’s important to surround ourselves<br />

and sisters.<br />

with friends and church family<br />

I want to present this question: Why "No other structure can replace the<br />

didn’t God just send Jesus as an adult? family.” ~Chuck Colson<br />

Why a babe? Why even give him a mom<br />

or dad, a family? Now when I ask myself May you enjoy your family this Christmas<br />

these questions the only thing that comes season and reflect on all the joy it brings.<br />

to mind is maybe God knows something<br />

about Family that we don’t. Maybe God<br />

/ Bobby Richardson<br />

knows that Family is important, and he<br />

wanted to show us that with his son<br />

Jesus.<br />

When we look at the story of Jesus’s birth<br />

we find an important part of the story of<br />

Jesus found in Mary and Joseph. The<br />

reason why Family is so important is<br />

because it protects us from attack/being<br />

broken. Kind of like a tooth-pic, when we<br />

are alone and by ourselves, we are easily<br />

broken. With our family we become<br />

stronger.<br />

The Bible many times calls us brother and<br />

sister. Now that does not mean that we<br />

are blood related, but we are a part of<br />

God's family and church is important to<br />

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Reflections from<br />

Mayberry<br />

/ by Greg & Donna Journey<br />

Luke 2:4-5<br />

"So Joseph also went up from the She was a virgin and had never<br />

town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, been with a man! I can imagine her<br />

to Bethlehem the town of David, questions..."How?" "What?"<br />

because he belonged to the house "Why?" "Why me???" But yet she<br />

and line of David. He went there to trusted God that He would protect<br />

register with Mary, who was pledged her and show her and Joseph what<br />

to be married to him and was to do every step of the way.<br />

expecting a child."<br />

Then there was Joseph. He could<br />

Can you imagine the amazing and have said the word and had Mary<br />

unwavering faith that Mary and put away, but yet he trusted God<br />

Joseph must have had as they made and listened to God’s plan for he<br />

the journey to Bethlehem? Mary and Mary’s life. He, a simple<br />

had been approached by the Angel carpenter, had been chosen to be<br />

letting her know that she had been the earthly father of a Savior.<br />

chosen by God to be the mother of<br />

Jesus, the long awaited one, the God has a plan and His plan is<br />

Savior, the hope for the world! Just perfect in every way. Trust Him<br />

imagine for a moment how and have faith in Him as Mary and<br />

frightened she must have been. Joseph did.<br />

/ Donna Journey

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Greg<br />

Sullivan<br />

Ministries<br />

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Now at Radio<br />

I Know<br />

He Can

Luke 2:6-7<br />

"While they were<br />

there, the time<br />

came for the baby<br />

to be born, and she<br />

gave birth to her<br />

firstborn, a son.<br />

She wrapped him<br />

in cloths and<br />

placed him in a<br />

manger, because<br />

there was no guest<br />

room available for<br />

them."<br />

Expectations are<br />

high at Christmas.<br />

Most of us have a<br />

vision of how the<br />

season should be<br />

celebrated. But<br />

sometimes<br />

experience doesn’t<br />

match our<br />

expectations. And<br />

that’s not<br />

necessarily a bad<br />

thing.<br />

Joseph was a man<br />

who might have<br />

had high<br />

expectations. He<br />

was a poor<br />

Expecting<br />

Christmas<br />

carpenter, but he’d been<br />

chosen to raise a king.<br />

And a king deserves the<br />

absolute best.<br />

The journey to Bethlehem<br />

was his first task as a<br />

father. If he was anything<br />

like my husband, he<br />

cleaned the donkey until<br />

he sparkled, packed extra<br />

snacks for the pregnant<br />

lady, measured out the<br />

safest and quickest route,<br />

and had the perfect<br />

lodging already in mind.<br />

But Joseph's calculations<br />

must have been a little<br />

off because the couple<br />

arrived too late to garner<br />

even a corner of a house;<br />

much less a place suitable<br />

for a king! And Mary was<br />

going into labor. There<br />

was no time left to waste.<br />

Any well-crafted plans<br />

were in the dust as a<br />

desperate Joseph ran<br />

door to door looking for<br />

somewhere, anywhere to<br />

stay.<br />

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There was only one<br />

place that could<br />

accommodate our<br />

Christmas couple. And I<br />

guarantee this place<br />

was nowhere near<br />

what Joseph had in<br />

mind. The King of Kings,<br />

Lord of Lords, Prince of<br />

Peace, Son of God, was<br />

born in a filthy stable.<br />

Talk about lowering a<br />

man’s expectations!<br />

Our family recently<br />

watched the latest<br />

sequel to the Christmas<br />

classic, ‘A Christmas<br />

Story’. The flick paints a<br />

fair picture of how a<br />

dad looks when he feels<br />

like he’s failed at<br />

meeting perceived<br />

expectations. A grownup<br />

Ralphie has kids of<br />

his own, and plans to<br />

pull off Christmas like<br />

his father once did:<br />

with masterful<br />

perfection. But when<br />

circumstances outside<br />

of his control cause his<br />

plans to go awry, he is<br />

a man defeated.<br />

Christmas will be<br />

ruined, and he feels<br />

he’s to blame.<br />

I can’t help but<br />

wonder if Joseph<br />

might have felt the<br />

same as Mary gave<br />

birth to baby Jesus<br />

among the smell of<br />

donkeys and hay.<br />

Surely it was a<br />

disgrace for the Son of<br />

God to be born in a<br />

stable! Surely the bed<br />

for the Holy Child<br />

should have been<br />

better than a manger!<br />

Surely this was not<br />

how the Promised<br />

Messiah should enter<br />

the world!<br />

It's a good thing the<br />

birth of Jesus didn't go<br />

as a man might have<br />

planned it. God's plan<br />

was so much better.<br />

There was purpose in<br />

everthing surrounding<br />

Christ's birth. The<br />

messy birthplace of<br />

our Savior gives us a<br />

beautiful hope: Christ<br />

will come to even the<br />

lowliest of places to<br />

heal the hearts of<br />

men. There is no<br />

house too dirty, or<br />

too poor, to invite<br />

this Jesus in.<br />

And the manger<br />

where they laid Him<br />

was not by accident,<br />

or a shame. A<br />

shepherd would<br />

often bind a spotless<br />

lamb and place him<br />

in a manger to keep<br />

him safe and<br />

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unblemished for his<br />

purpose as a sacrifice.<br />

This is why the angels<br />

sang, not to Jesus, but<br />

to shepherds, and<br />

sent them looking for<br />

the child in the<br />

manger (Luke 2:12).<br />

His rough bed<br />

declared He was the<br />

spotless Lamb of God!<br />

And Joseph might<br />

have felt like he'd<br />

failed to meet<br />

expectations, but as<br />

he looked on the face<br />

of Jesus, he would<br />

have had a revelation.<br />

If he was capable of<br />

meeting all of God’s<br />

expectations, there’d<br />

be no reason for the<br />

Christ child to be<br />

born. He would fail as<br />

a father, and a<br />

husband, and a<br />

servant, no matter<br />

how hard he would<br />

try. He could not live a<br />

perfect life, so<br />

Godsent one who<br />

could. And he could<br />

not save himself, so<br />

God sent a Savior who<br />

would.<br />

Whatever your<br />

expections of<br />

Christmas are this<br />

year, I hope you won’t<br />

miss the greatest gift<br />

God gives us. Joseph<br />

found himself in a<br />

mess, but that was<br />

where he met God’s<br />

Messiah. And it is<br />

where we meet Him<br />

too. Our plans may<br />

fail, but we can still<br />

rejoice in God's plan.<br />

And it is okay if our<br />

experience does not<br />

match our<br />

expectations, because<br />

it can exceed them if<br />

we take time to<br />

worship. And that’s<br />

always a good thing.<br />

Elise<br />

Ingle<br />

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Wishing you and your<br />

family a safe and wonderful<br />

Holiday Season!<br />

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Luke 2:8<br />

"And there were<br />

shepherds living out<br />

in the fields nearby,<br />

keeping watch over<br />

their flocks at night."<br />

Shepherds - Simple,<br />

unkept, uneducated,<br />

ceremonially<br />

unclean men that<br />

most people would<br />

naturally overlook<br />

for anything grand<br />

or important. Just<br />

local men, doing<br />

their job with no<br />

fanfare - and yet the<br />

God of Heaven chose<br />

them to hear the<br />

good news first that<br />

The Messiah had<br />

indeed arrived!<br />

Without hesitation<br />

these men went and<br />

told all they had<br />

seen and heard! The<br />

truth they knew had<br />

to be shared! The<br />

long awaited<br />

prophecy was<br />

unfolding right<br />

before their eyes!<br />

And yet, as I ponder<br />

this, conviction<br />

washes over me -<br />

even in their lowly<br />

estate, they made<br />

no excuses as to why<br />

they shouldn't tell<br />

everyone. They<br />

simply went!<br />

How often have I<br />

made excuses to my<br />

Lord when He has<br />

opened a door for<br />

me? Excuses like,<br />

"I'm not an eloquent<br />

speaker, Lord!" "I<br />

mess up way too<br />

often!" "Lord, that<br />

costs too much<br />

money. I can't<br />

afford to (you fill in<br />

the rest)." "Lord, I'm<br />

not pretty enough..."<br />

The list of excuses<br />

can be endless.<br />

What has God called<br />

you to do? I've said<br />

many times that you<br />

don't have to stand<br />

on a public stage<br />

with a mic in your<br />

hand to minister and<br />

share the name of<br />

Jesus. More often<br />

than not, real<br />

ministry is better<br />

done, one person,<br />

one soul at a time<br />

right where you live.<br />

No more excuses!<br />

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7 The Kramers - Sing Me There<br />

8 Dixie Revival - Beautiful Messes<br />

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10 The Sound - Never Not God<br />

11 The Perry's - Tell the Grave<br />

12 Collingsworth Family - Another Noah<br />

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14 The Journeys - Grace Said Yes<br />

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16 Cheri Taylor - Comin' Out Singing<br />

17 The Steeles - A Hundred Different Altars<br />

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Sore<br />

Afraid?<br />

Luke 2:9<br />

“And, lo, the angel of the Lord<br />

shone round about them: and they<br />

were sore afraid…”.<br />

Can you imagine?<br />

No. Really.<br />

Take a second and think about it.<br />

Not to sound like Sophia Petrillo on<br />

The Golden Girls, but, ‘Picture it…<br />

Judea." Shepherds on a hill side -<br />

minding their sheep - and their own<br />

business. When, all of a sudden, their<br />

dull, uneventful night changed quite<br />

drastically. Well, that is an<br />

understatement. They had no clue<br />

that they were about to receive an<br />

unearthly angelic visitation of biblical<br />

proportions. God Himself had sent His<br />

very own angel to alert a handful of<br />

lowly humans that God was about to<br />

manifest Himself as a baby - a baby<br />

that would save the world.<br />

“Sore afraid…”. I have always<br />

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wondered why the good King James<br />

and his crew used that particular<br />

wording. Sore. Why not ‘So’? How<br />

many times have we ever overexpressed<br />

a situation by adding the<br />

adverb ‘so’. It was SO cold. You are SO<br />

pretty. Not just a regular, run-of-themill<br />

chill. Not just above-average<br />

beauty. We’re talkin’ an over-the-top<br />

bone freezing cold, and an exquisite<br />

visage that defies description.<br />

So, why not say 'So afraid’? I’m glad you<br />

asked. Because as descriptive as that<br />

would be, it simply falls short of the<br />

immensity of the experience. Have you<br />

ever had such a fright that an hour<br />

later, your chest literally hurt? Or have<br />

you ever had something cause you to<br />

tense up to the point that the next day,<br />

your muscles were sore? Yeah. THAT is<br />

what the KJV Boys were screamin’ in<br />

this text.<br />

I know that I can’t fully wrap my mind<br />

around seeing an angel, but I have<br />

seen the Shekinah Glory of The Lord<br />

appear in a few church services over<br />

the years. Was I frightened? Heavens,<br />

no! I was humbled, and immediately<br />

fell into a place of reverence for the<br />

experience. But, ‘sore'? No. Why?<br />

Because as a young man, I gladly<br />

accepted The Gift of the very Christ<br />

that the angel announced to those<br />

shepherds on that Judean hillside.<br />

They were 'sore' because they didn't<br />

know Him; hadn’t been introduced to<br />

Him. But, me? I know Him. I’m<br />

acquainted with Him. He’s my Friend<br />

and Elder Brother. Best of all,He’s my<br />

Savior. He knows me!! Well, Glory!!<br />

Perhaps, you are ’sore afraid’.<br />

Don’t be.<br />

There is no better time of the year<br />

than during the Celebration of The<br />

Birth of Jesus to find Him precious to<br />

your never-dying soul. Then you - as<br />

did those shepherds of old - can go<br />

running into town searching until you<br />

reach Jesus. Then, instead of being<br />

’sore afraid’, you will humbly and<br />

reverently bow at His feet, and<br />

worship Him…<br />

What better Gift can there be?<br />

For The Record,<br />

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Luke 2:10-12<br />

But the angel said to them, "Do not be afraid. I bring you good news<br />

that will cause great joy for all the people. Today in the town of David a<br />

Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord. This will be a<br />

sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a<br />

manger."<br />

When I think of this passage it<br />

reminds me that God never wants<br />

us to be afraid but put our trust in<br />

Him. Everytime in the Bible when<br />

God appeared, the first thing that<br />

was said was "Fear Not". One can<br />

imagine how afraid those<br />

shepherds were. Never having seen<br />

anything like this before in their<br />

lives. The angel calmed their fears<br />

and told them of the great thing<br />

that had taken place. Jesus; the<br />

Savior of the World, had been born<br />

and God chose to tell them first.<br />

Lastly, God gave them instructions<br />

as to where to find the answer.<br />

That's what He does for us. Gives us<br />

direct instructions ... not<br />

suggestions. When fearful things<br />

come upon us He instructs us to<br />

fear not, let's us know why we are<br />

there, and gives us the directions to<br />

the answer. Jesus has, is, and will<br />

always be the answer to every<br />

situation that besets us.<br />

Why is that significant? Shepherds<br />

were considered the lowest of<br />

humanity. They were dirty, stunk<br />

and were considered thieves. Yet,<br />

God chose to tell them first for the<br />

angel said " I bring you tidings of<br />

great joy which shall be to ALL<br />

people." Jesus came for everybody!!!<br />

The highest of highs and the lowest<br />

of lows. We need to always keep<br />

that in the forefront of our minds<br />

daily.<br />

Greg Sullivan Ministries<br />

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and Happy New Year!!!<br />

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Luke 2:16 - 20<br />

"So they hurried off and found Mary<br />

and Joseph, and the baby, who was<br />

lying in the manger. When they had<br />

seen him, they spread the word<br />

concerning what had been told them<br />

about this child, and all who heard it<br />

were amazed at what the shepherds<br />

said to them. But Mary treasured up all<br />

these things and pondered them in her<br />

heart. The shepherds returned,<br />

glorifying and praising God for all the<br />

things they had heard and seen, which<br />

were just as they had been told."<br />

Amy Richardson<br />

Breath of Heaven<br />

In a stable, the baby was born and in a<br />

manger he lay. The one the angel told<br />

Mary about. The one the angel told<br />

Joseph about. The one the angel told<br />

the shepherds about. The breath of<br />

heaven sent down to save the world!<br />

Everyday, we breathe that name.<br />

Think about it. Yahweh. Breathe in<br />

“yah”; breathe out “weh” The breath<br />

of heaven given to each one of us put<br />

in our bodies to go tell the world that<br />

the Savior lives. Emmanuel is with us.<br />

The breath of heaven given to each<br />

one of us to glorify and praise God for<br />

all the things He has done.<br />

The breath of heaven sent in the form<br />

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of a baby – pure and innocent – to<br />

grow up and mature and tell all of us<br />

about the goodness of God so that<br />

we may receive that good gift.<br />

The breath of heaven giving up His<br />

last breath to save a world in need of<br />

a Savior. And in His last breath, he<br />

asked the Father to forgive them for<br />

they knew not what they were doing.<br />

And with the breath of heaven, He<br />

intercedes for us.<br />

We still need Him today. We still need<br />

to tell the world about the love of<br />

God. Will you join me this Christmas<br />

season and breathe that breath of<br />

heaven into the hearts and lives of<br />

the ones you touch?

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