Archive for December 2012

Touch Hands on Christmas Morning

“For today in the city of Davida savior has been born for you who is Christ and Lord.” Lk 2:1-14 Christmas is a time of traditions. All of us have those family traditions that make our family’s Christmas unique. Christmas is a time of joy, a time of hope for peace on earth, but Christmas…

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God is Love

Many times we hear of the crucifixion as the greatest act of love ever. But let’s not forget that the crucifixion on Good Friday and the joy of Easter were not possible without God’s other act of love– His incarnation. We as humans identify with His act of freely giving up His human life. We…

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Make Low the Mountain

Today I am going to borrow from and expand on a sermon I heard at church this past weekend. The message caused me to see John the Baptist’s calla little differently and I hope I hope it causesyou to make low the mountains in your life. Among Christians there is still an ongoing debate as…

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O Come, O Come Emmanuel

Here we are beginning the season of Advent once again. For us as Christians, Advent is an opportunity to share in the ancient longing for the coming of the Messiah. It is a season of hope and anticipation. But it should be for us so much more than just the anticipation of Christmas. The word…

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