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Message: “02 Integrity – Tempted Slave” from Tim Spanburg

Nathan Miller - December 15, 2019

03 The Song of the Angels

So let me just ask: Where have you been looking for it? All of us are searching. Young, old, regardless of what you believe. We are hungry for peace. What do you think is going to finally give it to you? You know, one of our favorite Christmas songs answers this question. It’s a song we only sing at Christmas, and you can hear it in just about every department store and holiday album. This song just screams Christmas! But it wasn’t written for Christmas. Weird, right? It wasn’t written for Jesus’ 1st coming at all. It was written about His 2nd coming, still ahead. About this future peace we’re still waiting for. For Jesus will return. Do you believe that? We’re going to sing it in just a moment, but as we do, don’t imagine a baby in a manger. Don’t picture shepherds or angels or wise men, or Christmas trees, or presents, or holiday parties. Picture a King. Coming down from the clouds. Picture you standing there waiting. Watch Him make this world right. Feel Him make you right. Witness as He makes His forever home here with us. Picture our King. And sing. The Song of the Angels Luke 2:1-14 December 15, 2019 Nathan Miller

From Series: "The First Songs of Christmas - Olathe Campus"

Songs have such power to convey meaning and evoke emotion. Christmas music is no exception. Whether they cause you to feel jolly or jaded, these seasonal songs of celebration do impact us. And we want to experience the wonder and glory of God’s entrance into our world through The First Songs of Christmas. Now we’re not talking about the tunes we hear at the mall. This advent season we will see the story of Christ’s birth through the songs that are sung in the opening chapters of Luke’s gospel. And as we listen we will discover the glorious truth that Jesus is the song our hearts long to sing.

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Message: “02 Integrity – Tempted Slave” from Nathan Miller

Nathan Miller - December 15, 2019

03 The Song of the Angels

So let me just ask: Where have you been looking for it? All of us are searching. Young, old, regardless of what you believe. We are hungry for peace. What do you think is going to finally give it to you? You know, one of our favorite Christmas songs answers this question. It’s a song we only sing at Christmas, and you can hear it in just about every department store and holiday album. This song just screams Christmas! But it wasn’t written for Christmas. Weird, right? It wasn’t written for Jesus’ 1st coming at all. It was written about His 2nd coming, still ahead. About this future peace we’re still waiting for. For Jesus will return. Do you believe that? We’re going to sing it in just a moment, but as we do, don’t imagine a baby in a manger. Don’t picture shepherds or angels or wise men, or Christmas trees, or presents, or holiday parties. Picture a King. Coming down from the clouds. Picture you standing there waiting. Watch Him make this world right. Feel Him make you right. Witness as He makes His forever home here with us. Picture our King. And sing. The Song of the Angels Luke 2:1-14 December 15, 2019 Nathan Miller

From Series: "The First Songs of Christmas - Olathe Campus"

Songs have such power to convey meaning and evoke emotion. Christmas music is no exception. Whether they cause you to feel jolly or jaded, these seasonal songs of celebration do impact us. And we want to experience the wonder and glory of God’s entrance into our world through The First Songs of Christmas. Now we’re not talking about the tunes we hear at the mall. This advent season we will see the story of Christ’s birth through the songs that are sung in the opening chapters of Luke’s gospel. And as we listen we will discover the glorious truth that Jesus is the song our hearts long to sing.

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