Fairbanks Seventh-day Adventist Church

Florida Citrus Fruit Sale 
Navel Oranges     The fruit usually arrives the week of Christmas. Pick up is at the Fairbanks SDA Gym. Payment is due at pickup.

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     Full Case (40 lbs)  $ 48.50
     1/2 Case (20 lbs)  $ 31.50
Pink Grapefruit  
     Full Case (40 lbs)  $ 48.50
     1/2 Case (20 lbs)  $ 31.50
     Large Box (20 lbs)  $ 32.50
     Small Box (10 lbs)  $ 21.50
Trio (12 oranges, 12 grapefruit, 12 tangelos)  $ 41.50

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Christmas is coming!" is the note that is sounded throughout our world from east to west, north to south. With youth, those of mature age, and even the aged, it is a period of general rejoicing, of great gladness. But what is Christmas that it should demand so much attention? . . . 

The 25th of December has long been commemorated as the day of Jesus' birth, and . . . it is not my purpose to affirm or question the propriety of celebrating this event on this day, but to dwell upon the childhood and life of our Saviour. It is my purpose to call the attention of the children to the humble manner in which the Redeemer came to the world. 

All heaven was interested in the great event of Christ's advent to earth. Heavenly messengers cameto make known the birth of the long-promised, long-expected Saviour to the humble shepherds watching their flocks by night on the plains of Bethlehem. The first manifestation that attracted the notice of the shepherds at the birth of the Saviour was a radiant light in the starry heavens which filled them with wonder and admiration. The astonished shepherds could scarcely comprehend the precious message borne to them by the angels and when the radiant light had passed away, they said one to another, "Let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this thing which is come to pass, which the Lord hath made known unto us. And they came with haste, and found Mary, and Joseph, and the babe lying in a manger. And when they had seen it, they made known abroad the saying which was told them concerning thid child." Luke 2: 15-17

What matchless love Jesus has manifested for a fallen world! If angels sang because the Saviour was born in Bethlehem, shall not our hearts echo the glad strain, Glory to God in the highest, peace on earth, good will to men? Although we do not know the exact day of Christ's birth, we would honor the sacred event. May the Lord forbid that any one should be so narrow minded as to overlook the event because there is an uncertainty in regard to the exact time. Let us do what we can to fasten the minds of the children upon those things which are precious to everyone who loves Jesus. Let us teach them how Jesus came into the world to bring hope, comfort, peace, and happiness to all. . . . Let the hearts of all respond with exceeding joy for the priceless gift of the Son of God.
--Review and Herald, Dec. 17, 1889. {TDG 360 1-3}
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