5 Big Messages of the Nativity - Free PDF Handout

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Overview

God used amazing events to communicate that Jesus Christ was the promised Messiah who would be the Savior of the world. Give this one-page handout to anyone who has questions about the leading messages regarding Christ's birth, or for your own study.

Message One

God Promised Christ's Arrival Throughout History

The promise of the coming Savior appears like a thread running through the Old Testament, starting with a hint after the first recorded sin...

Message Two

God Became a Man

The most astounding message of the Nativity is that God became man. John tells us God became flesh and lived with us (John 1:14)...

Message Three

Angels Testified to Christ's Coming

The angel Gabriel appeared to Mary, not only to prepare her, a virgin, for bearing the Son of God, but to give her specific instructions concerning him...

Message Four

Witnesses Proclaimed Christ the Messiah

Eight days after Jesus was born, Mary and Joseph took him to the temple. Simeon, who had been promised he wouldn’t die before seeing the Lord’s Christ, said, “My eyes have seen your salvation...

Message Five

Christ Came for Our Salvation

Jesus came to fulfill thousands of years of prophecy. He would be the one who not only represented God, but was God (John 1:1). When Adam and Eve sinned...



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Click to enlarge5 Big Messages of the Nativity - Free PDF Handout This free handout will be an essential for passing out to friends and family. Use this document to study some of the leading messages regarding Christ's birth.

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