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The First Songs of Christmas
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 impact us. We want to experience the wonder and glory of God’s entrance into our world through The First Songs of Christmas. 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. 

Let’s listen together and discover the glorious truth that Jesus is the song our hearts long to sing.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Tim Spanburg - April 23, 2017

08 Living in a New World

The King\'s Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus

Matthew 28:16-20

From Series: "The King's Triumph - Shawnee Mission Campus"

Paradox and irony. These are two of the great themes that the Gospel-writer Matthew has woven throughout his telling of the story of Jesus’ life. And nowhere are these more fully on display than in Jesus’ death. The King’s triumph comes not through political power or military force, but through humiliation, death, suffering, and then, ultimately victorious resurrection! Join us Sundays this spring as we look at the King’s unlikely and glorious triumph.

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Conversation Starters are one way we at Christ Community seek to dig deeper into the current sermon and biblical text. They are available during community group sessions.

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