with Dr. David Jeremiah
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Some well-intentioned believers think Christmas should be somber and silent. But as the shepherds demonstrated, the natural response is to rejoice! Dr. David Jeremiah follows these simple ranch hands who were privileged to be the first to greet the baby Jesus, and whose joy became contagious.
Announcing the birth of a king to a group of lowly shepherds was an odd assignment for an army of angels. But then again, this was no ordinary King. Dr. David Jeremiah puts us in the fields outside of Bethlehem alongside the simple men chosen to receive the greatest news the world has ever known.
Jesus’ life on earth was marked by rejection, going all the way back to His birth in that crude stable when all the rooms were full. Dr. David Jeremiah returns to that story and asks if we aren’t sometimes guilty of the same thing: turning Jesus away because we have no room for Him.
Christ’s birth in a lowly stable is a detail of the Nativity story that’s covered in just a few words of Luke. But it has profound significance for every person on earth. Dr. David Jeremiah ponders the importance of God in the flesh arriving in this most humble of circumstances.
It was an obscure and nondescript village, yet it was the subject of one of the Bible’s most amazing prophecies. Dr. David Jeremiah takes a closer look at the little town of Bethlehem, and how it fulfilled a key prophecy about the Messiah’s birth to an astonishing degree of accuracy and detail.