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  1. This is the post for “Keep Watch”.
    Shepherds were keeping watch over their flock by night
    and experienced the glory of the Lord and an angelic
    invitation to seek out the newborn Savior.(Luke 2:8-18)
    Wise men were watching the heavens and noticed a star
    that heralded the birth of the “King of the Jews’.
    They followed the star (some say a two year journey)
    bringing treasure to worship Him. (Matt.2)
    Devout Simeon was watching and waiting for the Lord’s
    Christ and was led by the Spirit into the temple in
    Jerusalem to hold the baby Jesus and exclaim in blessing to God,
    “…my eyes have seen your salvation, which You have
    prepared before the face of all people…” (Luke 2:25-35)
    Jesus also tells His followers to watch and pray always;
    taking heed against deceivers who would lead many astray, (Matt. 24:5,24)
    watching for the signs that precede His second coming, (Matt. 24: 29-42)
    “Lest coming suddenly He find you sleeping”. (Mark 13:36)
    That day will come on many unawares (suddenly, like a trap)
    their hearts becoming overwhelmed with self-indulgence,
    drunkenness, and worldly worries and cares. (Luke 21:34)

    “…knowing these things beforehand, we should be on our guard
    lest we be carried away by the error of lawless and wicked persons
    and fall from our own present, firm condition, but grow in the grace
    and knowledge or our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.” 2 Peter 3: 17-18

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