It was stormy – but Jesus was there …

Jesus' disciples were used to storms - but this time, there was something different! They were "troubled" by what they saw - "Jesus came to them, walking on the sea" (Mark 6:49-50). They couldn't get their heads round this. Before they could think too much about what was happening, Jesus said to them, "Be of good …

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Jesus loved them – and he loves us …

"Jesus ... saw a great multitude and was moved with compassion for them, because they were like sheep not having a shepherd. So He began to teach them many things" (Mark 6:34). There were so many people - and Jesus loved every one of them. He loved them, he prayed for them - and he gave himself, …

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When we think of Bethlehem … we think of the Saviour who was born there.

Bethlehem was a 'little town'. Humanly speaking, it did not have any great importance. Its importance is derived from the fact that it was the birth place of our Saviour. when we think of Bethlehem, we do not think so much of the place as the Saviour who was born there. Herod says that he …

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