Simply Christmas: And There Were Shepherds | Luke 2:8 Sermon for Christmas Eve

December 24, 2020 00:15:56
Simply Christmas: And There Were Shepherds | Luke 2:8 Sermon for Christmas Eve
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Simply Christmas: And There Were Shepherds | Luke 2:8 Sermon for Christmas Eve
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The Lord delights to make the marriage between his good news and our hearts. See that up close in the example of the shepherds and rejoice with them in making heaven's glory your own in Jesus.

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