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Should Christians Pray to Mary?
Mary, the mother of Jesus, certainly deserves our admiration for her faithful obedience to God. But should we pray to her as an intercessor?
Joseph Teaches Us to Respond to Disappointment?
To find examples of wise, godly reactions to disappointment, you’re more likely to turn to Psalms than to Matthew. But the very first chapter in the New Testament tells the story of an upright man’s reaction to painful and disheartening news.
The First Christmas Began with... Pain?
What a scandal. . . A respected local carpenter is engaged to a young peasant woman when all of a sudden, she turns up pregnant!
Were Mary and Joseph Just Engaged?
Did Mary and Joseph Move to Bethlehem?
Teenage Parents But Godly Examples?
It was nearly 2,000 years ago that God spoke to a young, teenage couple.
An Example of Godly Motherhood?
We will find out the qualities God admires in a woman. He picked her out of the entire world for this special assignment!
Mary: Our Example in Obscurity?
It is difficult for us to understand, 2,000 years later, the significance of the angel Gabriel’s appearance to Mary in Nazareth.
Do We Have to Understand the Virgin Birth?
There is a difference between being ignorant or uneducated and deliberately rejecting Scripture's testimony about who Jesus was.
The Need for a Virgin Birth?
Some people have a hard time believing in the Virgin Birth. If you believe the Bible, you need to believe in the Virgin Birth.
Joseph and Mary: Engaged or Betrothed?
What Do We Know about Mary?
We have in Luke 2:26-38 an account given of the mother of our Lord, of whom He was to be born.
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