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

Nathan Miller - December 22, 2019

04 The Song of Simeon

The First Songs of Christmas - Olathe Campus

Yet Simeon says, in the midst of his wait: It’s ok. I can die now. Who says that!? Jesus, if today’s the day, I’m ready. How could he? Because he’d seen Jesus. The most important thing this man ever does, is hold a baby. We literally know nothing else about him. He plays only a miniscule part in God's redemption. He’s a nobody. Like us, people. We’re nobodies. And we’re waiting. Yet somehow seeing Jesus is enough for him. And you and I can still see Him if we’re looking. And we can still open wide our arms, for He has open wide His arms for us. And one day, He will return. And the wait will be over. This is who Christmas is for. This is what it’s about. Seeing Jesus once again, holding Him in our arms, trusting Him with our lives, and saying: If it’s today, Lord, I’m ok. I can depart peace. For my eyes have seen your salvation! The Song of Simeon Luke 2:22-35 December 22, 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 22, 2019

04 The Song of Simeon

The First Songs of Christmas - Olathe Campus

Yet Simeon says, in the midst of his wait: It’s ok. I can die now. Who says that!? Jesus, if today’s the day, I’m ready. How could he? Because he’d seen Jesus. The most important thing this man ever does, is hold a baby. We literally know nothing else about him. He plays only a miniscule part in God's redemption. He’s a nobody. Like us, people. We’re nobodies. And we’re waiting. Yet somehow seeing Jesus is enough for him. And you and I can still see Him if we’re looking. And we can still open wide our arms, for He has open wide His arms for us. And one day, He will return. And the wait will be over. This is who Christmas is for. This is what it’s about. Seeing Jesus once again, holding Him in our arms, trusting Him with our lives, and saying: If it’s today, Lord, I’m ok. I can depart peace. For my eyes have seen your salvation! The Song of Simeon Luke 2:22-35 December 22, 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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