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  1. This week’s series starts out with a comprehensive introduction to the many names of Jesus and what that means for us at Christmas.
  2. Names are part of our identity. And the names of God give us insight into God Himself. They give us a deeper understanding of who He is and what he came to do.
  3. The Hebrew word for peace means completeness, wholeness, and harmony. And that’s exactly what Jesus brings to those who trust in him.
  4. From Genesis to Revelation, the Lion of Judah is mentioned throughout the Bible. But we also learn that the lion became a lamb and sits on the throne today.
  5. The Israelites eagerly waited for the arrival of the Messiah. But when He finally came, they didn’t recognize Him. Will you recognize the gift of Jesus this Christmas?
  6. Isaiah prophesied that the Messiah’s name would be Immanuel, but the Angel told Mary his name would be Jesus. Find out why He had so many names to help us understand why He is the Savior of the world.
His Name Shall Be … | Part 1
December 16, 2019
His Name Shall Be … | Part 2
December 17, 2019
His Name Shall Be … | Part 3
December 18, 2019
His Name Shall Be … | Part 4
December 19, 2019
His Name Shall Be … | Part 5
December 20, 2019
His Name Shall Be … | Part 6
December 23, 2019

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