The Birth of Our Savior
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___________ means “God’s Anointed One” or “Savior."
__________ is a body of stories that has been passed down by word of mouth.
The ___________ is the mystery of the Son of God becoming man, Jesus Christ.
We believe the ___________ became man to save us from our sins.
God the Father
Son of God
John the Baptist
___________ Gospel begins with the phrase “In the beginning."
The angel ___________ appeared to Mary and told her that she would conceive and bear a child, the Son of God.
Matthew’s Gospel begins with ___________ of Jesus.
___________ is the son of Zechariah and Elizabeth.
John the Baptist
___________ Gospel begins with the preaching of John the Baptist.
___________ fled Egypt to escape King Herod, who planned a massacre of all Jewish firstborn sons.
The ___________ are priestly men from the east whose visit to Jesus was a sign that Jesus came to be the Savior to all people.
___________ is the mother of Jesus.
After the birth of Jesus, an angel appeared to shepherds in a field and told them “a savior has been born for you who is the ___________."
Messiah and Lord
Magi followed a star in the sky to the town of ___________, where Jesus was born.
___________ wanted to pass on the faith of the Church that there were signs from God that his plan to send the Messiah was coming true.
Matthew wanted people to recognize that Jesus brought a ___________, freedom from sin forever.
The Gospels written by ___________ and John do not include accounts of Jesus’ birth.
The Holy Spirit gives us the gift of ___________ so that we can believe in the mystery of the Incarnation.
The Gospel of John begins with a _________.
Elizabeth’s pregnancy was both a sign of God’s ___________ with his people and a sign of the coming of the Messiah whom God promised to send.
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