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Powered by 4 - December 19, 2011

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Impossible?? No Way!

today's reading.
Luke 1:1-38    Inasmuch as many have undertaken to compile a narrative of the things that have been accomplished among us...

the blog.
Well, it's finally here--Christmas week. So for the next several days, we'll be reading through and considering different Scriptures about Christ's coming to live among us as Savior of the world.

In Luke 1:1-38 Zacharias and Mary each get a visit from the angel Gabriel with "a baby is coming into your life" news. Pretty shocking. Pretty surprising. Pretty awesome, particularly for Mary. After all, she was young, a virgin and being told that she was going to conceive by the Holy Spirit and give birth to the Son of God. Sounds a little crazy…until Gabriel makes this declaration: "'For nothing will be impossible with God'" (vs. 37). (Thank you, Gabriel, for this encouraging reminder today.)

So what did Gabriel's "nothing will be impossible" declaration communicate to you? Tami W.

P.S. All this week on Back to the Bible is our special Voices of Christmas teaching and drama. It's a perfect fit for Christmas week. Hope you can listen!

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