Sunday Morning Service - Dec. 19th, 2021
Family Worship Center Sunday Morning Service • 19-Dec-2021
EMMANUEL- What did Mary think about being chosen to bring the Redeemer into the world? Today at Family Worship Center, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart reads from Luke 2:1-14, describing how the Angel Gabriel appeared before Mary, making the declaration of God; His name shall be called Jesus, Emmanuel, God with us. Jesus would be the Savior of the world to save mankind from their sin. All the problems of life will vanish in the presence of God. We are made whole through salvation. The prophet Micah, 720 years before Christ’s birth, prophesied that out of Bethlehem shall come a ruler. Jesus was born yes, but He will totally fulfill that prophecy when He returns to reign in Jerusalem forever.
Will The Circle Be Broken
He Took My Sins Away
Near The Cross
Joy To The World
I Give You Glory
Think About His Love
Nobody Like You Lord
Jesus What A Wonderful Child
The Healing Waters
Great Is Thy Faithfulness
Jesus Got A Hold Of My Life
He Bought My Soul
Peace In The Valley
Thank You Lord For Saving My Soul
Joy To The World
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