The word “behold” is used quite often in the Bible, but it has been replaced in more recent versions by the words—“look” or “see.” It is sometimes used to grab attention because something very significant is being referred to. In this series we will look at three references to Jesus where the term “behold” is used. Today we also need to behold—for the same powerful realities are still readily available.
 

Dec 24, 2017
Lamb of God
Series: Behold
John 1:29-34
 
Jesus came for a distinct purpose and John the Baptist readily pointed it out. 
 
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  • Dec 24, 2017Lamb of God
    Dec 24, 2017
    Lamb of God
    Series: Behold
    John 1:29-34
     
    Jesus came for a distinct purpose and John the Baptist readily pointed it out. 
     
  • Dec 17, 2017Savior
    Dec 17, 2017
    Savior
    Series: Behold

    Luke 2:8-14

    God made clear that the good news was for everyone. 

     
  • Dec 10, 2017Immanuel
    Dec 10, 2017
    Immanuel
    Series: Behold

    Isaiah 7:10-17

    Isaiah brought a prophetic message as a comforting sign to a king in a great deal of trouble. This sign not only helped him, but has been an awe-inspiring blessing to us as well.