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Chaplain's sermon from "JAG" episode "Answered Prayers" Originally aired December 2001 ===== When God revealed Himself to us, He did so through a family, which is why I speak to you tonight of Joseph, the forgotten man of the Christmas story. We know much about Mary, and, of course, the Christ child, but the Bible makes few references into the life of Joseph. Therefore, he remains somewhat...

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sermon Chaplain's from "JAG" episode "Answered Prayers" Originally aired December 2001 ===== When God revealed Himself to us, He did so through a family, which is why I speak to you tonight of Joseph, the forgotten man of the Christmas story. We know much about Mary, and, of course, the Christ child, but the Bible makes few references into the life of Joseph. Therefore, he remains somewhat of a mystery, much as many of our own fathers do. But we do know that Joseph was a gentle father and a courageous man. He saved his family from Herod by taking them on the dangerous journey to Egypt; taught his son his own trade, as fathers do even today. Joseph died before Jesus grew up to become a man, and begin his ministry. Yet Joseph still believed: "Blessed are those who believe that He will bind up the brokenhearted free and the captives." At his best, a father is the solid foundation of a house, his support taken for granted. At other times, he may need shoring up himself. He may be tired; he may be impatient; he may be mired in in his own problems. But always the father looks beyond the here and now. He keeps one eye trained on the next generation, so as a necessity, he is a man filled with hope, hope that a knowing God watches over the universe, hope that justice will prevail, hope that we ...

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