Christmas

Understanding the Christian holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus

Christmas is an annual commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ, celebrated generally on December 25 as a religious and cultural holiday by billions of people around the world. A feast central to the Christian liturgical year, it closes the Advent season and initiates the twelve days of Christmastide. Christmas is a civil holiday in many of the world's nations, is celebrated by an increasing number of non-Christians, and is an integral part ... View more

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09/20/2014

Christmas Through The Eyes of Calvary [Audio]

Christmas Through The Eyes of Calvary [Audio]
09/20/2014

Christmas Through The Eyes of the Open Tomb [Audio]

Christmas Through The Eyes of the Open Tomb [Audio]
09/20/2014

Christmas Candlelight Service

Christmas Candlelight Service
09/20/2014

Christmas Presence - The Power of Immanuel :

Christmas Presence - The Power of Immanuel :
12/25/2015

A CHRISTMAS SPECIAL - "GOD DOESN'T LIE TO US"

A compelling and divinely sent message by the Holy Spirit through the vessel of O.W. Prince proclaiming the hypocrisy and satanic deception of the ...
12/24/2015

A CHRISTMAS PRAYER

TEACHING COMMENTARY AND PRAYER
11/29/2016

Come Together

A Short film about Christmas by Wes Anderson starring Adrian Brody
09/20/2014

Christmas Presence - The Power of Immanuel :

Christmas Presence - The Power of Immanuel :
12/24/2015

THE BISHOP’S CORNER – “Our Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds”

Bishop O.W. Prince offers a unique and scripturally sound perspective on the apparent hypocrisy that exists in Contemporary Christianity. He expose...
12/27/2017

A Christmas Miracle

A touching story of a prolific American author’s own most wondrous Christmas. (from www.BiblicalViewpoint.com)
12/03/2015

New York's Great Hanukkah Blackout

How can one tiny candle outshine thousands of sparkling lights...
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12/18/2016

Why December 25th for Christmas?

Everyone assumes that early Church authorities chose December 25th for Christmas to coincide with the already popular Roman holiday of Saturnalia. ...

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