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THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS MESSIANIC PROPHECIES – DAY ONE

Hello again Friends and Family,

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Welcome to Day One of the 12 part series, “The Twelve Days Before

Christmas

Messianic Prophecies.”

Jesus’ Coming was Announced by a Forerunner;

John the Baptist

Isaiah 40:3

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness,

Prepare ye the way of the LORD,

make straight in the desert a highway for our God.

(Prophecy)

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Matthew 3:1; 3

 In those days came John the Baptist,

preaching

in the wilderness of Judaea.

For this is he that was spoken of by the prophet Esaias,

saying,

The voice of one crying in the wilderness.

 PREPARE YE THE WAY OF THE LORD, MAKE HIS PATHS STRAIGHT.

(Fulfillment of Prophecy)

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In ancient times whenever a monarch set out on a journey through the desert and

unknown countries, they would send a forerunner in advance of their party to make the

king’s approach known.  He was a herald sent to prepare lodging  and to clear the way

before the king.

The King of all Kings was coming to His people Israel and John the Baptist was

preparing the way before Him with his preaching.

Jesus’ birth, life, death and resurrection is the greatest event that has happened in all of

history.

Everything small and great pivots on this infallible fact.

 History itself is

divided into two parts –

B.C. – all that happened Before Christ

and A.D. meaning AnnoDomini,

(Latin for “Year of Our Lord”),

which speaks of everything that has happened

 since His coming.

 

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Jesus isn’t just great.

He is the Greatest!

He is the Superlative of every virtue and

excellence.

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There never has been a God like our God!

All human speech is inadequate

to describe Who He is or to express His infinite power and greatness!

 

Even though the wise men didn’t arrive at His birth as depicted in this video, it

nevertheless makes a composite of the two blessed events – the coming of the shepherds

and the Magi, into one picture. The events are not the same, but the expressions of awe

as seen in their faces at seeing the Messiah make the point.

Thank you for stopping by and have a joyous Christmas season!

 

 

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