The Night Before Christmas (Luke 1:67–79)

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Doug Van Meter - 25 Dec 2020

The Night Before Christmas (Luke 1:67–79)

The night before the first Christmas was a long and dark one. For four hundred years, God had remained silent, seemingly abandoning his people. Israel was in a woeful spiritual condition. It seemed as if a spiritual eclipse had overtaken the nation. But one day, the silence was broken, a spiritual sunrise occurred, and the long dark night was replaced by a new, brighter day. That is the story of Christmas.

Scripture References: Luke 1:67-79

From Series: "Christmas Services"

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The night before the first Christmas was a long and dark one. For four hundred years, God had remained silent, seemingly abandoning his people. Israel was in a woeful spiritual condition. It seemed as if a spiritual eclipse had overtaken the nation. But one day, the silence was broken, a spiritual sunrise occurred, and the long dark night was replaced by a new, brighter day. That is the story of Christmas.