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December 22, 2020

Christmas in 2 Samuel

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This Christmas, let us take a journey through the First Testament. Traditionally, in order to prepare ourselves for the true meaning of the birth of Jesus, we celebrate a four-week period called Advent. Advent means arrival. It reminds us of how God prepared for the coming of the Son of God. Galatians 4:4 says, “But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son…” That is to say, God sent his Son after a long period of preparation. That long period of preparation would help us understand who he is.

In truth, the Bible is a book about preparation, and without it, can we truly understand the birth of Jesus Prepare yourself for the preparation of a promise.

Dr. John Neufeld

Dr. John Neufeld

Dr. John Neufeld is the national Bible teacher at Back to the Bible Canada. He has served as Senior Pastor, church planter, conference speaker and educator, and is known both nationally and internationally for his passion and excellence in expositional preaching and teaching.

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