PART 1: Christmas isn’t just about nativities, it’s about the Lord keeping his appointments. Learn about the perfect timing of Christmas when you listen to today’s program.

PART 2: “Good things come to those who wait.” This common expression didn’t come from Scripture, but it does illustrate an important truth about Christ’s promise to us at Christmastime.

PART 3: In the centuries leading up to Christ’s birth, God’s people longed for Emmanuel: God with us. As we face a very unique Christmas this year, why not take a moment to join your spiritual ancestors right now and prepare your heart for the promised Messiah.

PART 4: The traditions we observe each year leave a legacy for future generations. Have you thought about what your legacy will be after this Christmas? If you posed the question to Jesus today, his answer would include you.

PART 5: What is the perfect remedy to a year riddled with tragedy and division? Hope. On today’s program, Charles is joined by one of his favorite preachers, Dr. George Wood, to offer you a little hope this Christmas.

PART 1: Jesus’ Perfect Timing
December 7, 2020
PART 2: The Spiritual Practice of Waiting
December 8, 2020
PART 3: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
December 9, 2020
PART 4: Your Christmas Legacy
December 10, 2020
PART 5: Perfect Hope
December 11, 2020

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