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Bethlehem's Warrior Baby

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Bethlehem's Warrior Baby

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31 Biblical Devotions to meditate on the Christmas conquest
These devotional meditations will open your eyes:
The baby born with a sword.
The conquering Lord.
The wonder of Christmas.
His victory in your life.

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31 Biblical Devotions to meditate on the Christmas conquest
These devotional meditations will open your eyes:
The baby born with a sword.
The conquering Lord.
The wonder of Christmas.
His victory in your life.
- Koorong

Unwrap God's Christmas gift to you through these devotional meditations. They will introduce you to the warrior child, who is much more than a sweet baby in a manger nativity scene. Gain a deeper understanding of Christ Jesus as Heaven's warrior as He conquers sin, death and Satan on our behalf. These devotional meditations will open your eyes to: The baby born with a sword. The conquering Lord. The wonder of Christmas. His victory in your life.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Ray Hawkins

Ray Hawkins, retired after over 40 years as a Churches of Christ minister, enjoys sharing themes from the Scriptures through Devotional writing. Married to Mary, multi-published inspirational romance author, they have three children and five grandchildren. Ray shares his insights in his first two books on Marriage and Children with more ideas to come about ministry and much more. Living in Beauty Point Tasmania Ray heads up a new Christian Fellowship as well as doing relief preaching, community work and writing.

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Bethlehem's Warrior Baby
5 stars By Narelle Atkins, Dec 24 2012
I am a fan of Ray Hawkins' devotion books and Bethlehem's Warrior Baby lived up to my expectations. I really like how Ray is able to explain complex theological concepts in a way that is easy to understand.
The devotions look at how Jesus' time on Earth fits into God's plan of salvation for the world. We read verses in both the Old and New Testaments to help us understand why Christmas is truly a time of great celebration. Jesus' birth is put into historical context. The prophesy and events recorded in the Old Testament pointing to Jesus' arrival as our Lord and Saviour are explored in the devotions.
Each devotion starts with a Bible reading and concludes with a prayer. I highly recommend Bethlehem's Warrior Baby to those looking to gain a fuller understanding of who Jesus is and the true  meaning of Christmas from a Biblical perspective. I also believe this devotion book would be useful for seekers and those wanting to learn more about Jesus and his role in God's plan of salvation.   
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher.
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A new way to look at Christ's Birth
5 stars By SarahB, Dec 05 2012
Bethlehem's Warrior Baby is a nice little devotional that will take you through 31 days of focusing on Christmas, but not in the typical white washed, itty bitty baby way that most of us tend to think of Christmas.  One doesn't often think of the Christ child coming to wage war, we often perceive the birth of the Lord as we see all baby's born, cute, cuddly and bringing joy.  I liked having a new perspective on Christ's birth - that while He came as a baby, He came to wage a war against death, sin and Satan - for us.  With Scripture readings, thoughts on the passage and prayers this book can be used after Thanksgiving and up through Christmas to focus on Christ's redeeming love.

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a fresh look
5 stars By Dale, Dec 03 2012
This book of 31 devotions is a little gem. It would be ideal advent project in the lead up to Christmas. Each devotion has a short bible passage or two, a meditation on the text, a prayer and a gift (read - suggestion of how it could be applied.)

There are some great ideas and images in this short book. In the  one titled someone is coming I liked the comparison  of  the coming of the Promised One coming at Christmas to a jigsaw needing all the interlocking pieces and also the idea of Christmas being God's 'invasion strategy' to take back what was lost by fall in Genesis 3.

Just as interesting was the concept that 'God can be unsettling.' In other words God doesn't always behave as we night ask or expect. He has His own plans and they are far better and more long-reaching than ours. It was good to have a fresh take on Abraham's call and 'tenacious faith' despite his 'high profile mistakes'.

I liked the way Ray Hawkins separated the sentimental traditions regarding Christmas, which sees nativity sets with the magi at the manger, from the few biblical fact about these mystery men.

It would be a great book to read as a family in the lead up to Christmas and could bring up lots of interesting questions or just as an individual devotional. Well worth reading at any time.
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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 358631
  • Product Code 9781922074461
  • ISBN 1922074462
  • EAN 9781922074461
  • Pages 80
  • Department General Books
  • Category Devotions
  • Sub-Category Christmas & Advent
  • Publisher Mary And Ray Hawkins
  • Publication Date Nov 2012
  • Sales Rank #16094
  • Dimensions 210 x 148 x 4 mm
  • Weight 0.107kg

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