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Jesus Came to Be the Light

Light accompanied Jesus at his birth, and it’s been with him, and us, ever since.

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Introduction: Light is a symbol of hope.

I. Jesus attracted attention at his birth through the use of light.

II. Jesus attracted attention, as an adult, like a light does.

III. Light is always more powerful than darkness.

Conclusion: Once we walk in light, we're never content to walk in darkness again.

Robert Russell is a speaker, chairman of the board of the Londen Institute, and author of When God Builds a Church (Howard).

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