Skip to main content

Driving Directions • (301) 733-7550

Early Worship Service: Sunday @ 8:15am

Sunday School: Sunday @ 9:30am

Worship Service: Sunday @ 10:45am
(Second & Last Sunday - Contemporary)

You are here

Will You Believe?

“The Miracle of Christmas”

 
A Child is born in Bethlehem
His mother holds Him close
And sings a sweet lullaby
All the world lay sleeping unaware
That God Himself
Has come in the night
 
The shepherds tremble as the angels sing
And in their song the voice of God
Speaks peace to the world
A miracle has happened
God has come and God has spoken
But the miracle has only just begun
 
And the God who spoke is speaking still
And the God who came still comes
And the miracle that happened
Still happens in the heart that will believe
And we receive the miracle of Christmas
 
So come to Bethlehem again and see
The One who's come to rescue us our Savior and King
Bring your past the joy the sorrow
All your hope to find tomorrow
And hear the words again
Fear not and know that God is near
 
And the God who spoke is speaking still
And the God who came still comes
And the miracle that happened
Still happens in the heart that will believe
And we receive the miracle of Christmas
 

Believe the miracle of Christmas
Will you believe?

 

CCLI Song # 4629403
Steven Curtis Chapman
© 2005 Primary Wave Brian (Chapman Sp Acct) (Admin. by BMG Chrysalis US)
Sparrow Song (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing)
For use solely with the SongSelect®. Terms of Use. All rights reserved. www.ccli.com
CCLI License # 2016041

 

The amazing truth about Christmas is that we get to experience the God to whom all signs point: signs in nature, signs of feeling fulfilled as we give ourselves away in service, signs through beauty, and signs of experiencing love through our relationships. Christmas means that Almighty God has come to us with a human face. God the Creator has made himself completely accessible to his creation. How can you be accessible as well?

This Christmas why not set time aside to experience more fully the God, who came to us in Jesus Christ? Here are some suggestions for experiencing God this Christmas:

•         Read through the Christmas stories and, perhaps, pick up a wonderful book, “The Cradle, Cross, and Crown” by Billy Graham or “Celebrating Christmas with Jesus, Advent Devotional” by Max Lucado.

•         Consider donating or even volunteering somewhere in the community this year.

•         Find ways to help with the REACH Shelter, The Hope Center at Hagerstown Rescue Mission, The Salvation Army or other service organizations around the area.

•         Invite friends and family to church as we begin a new year. Share the joy and the message of Christmas with those whom you love.

So as the song says, “…God who spoke is speaking still and the God who came still comes…” With your help this season, others can receive the miracle of Christmas. “…And the miracle that happened still happens in the heart that will believe and receive the miracle of Christmas.”

Will you believe?