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A Savior is Born to Me!

Season 1, Ep. 10

Enjoy this episode that was originally aired on December 23, 2019!

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The fifth and final episode of a multipart Christmas series "Reasons to Rejoice", a quick look at several passages in the Gospel of Luke, chapters one and two. In the midst of a topsy-turvy world, the Bible reminds us that we have plenty of reasons to rejoice and be at peace!

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