What gifts has God, in his manifold wisdom and grace, given to you? How might God want to make his power and love known to others through those gifts? Perhaps something for us to prayerfully contemplate this Epiphany.
How is this possible? How is it possible to live in this world and not be overcome with worry? How is it possible to rejoice even in the face of great suffering? He tells us, did you catch it? “The Lord is near.” Paul was convinced and convicted about the presence of Jesus and that transformed his life so that even from a prison cell worry had to give way to rejoicing.
The world is passing but the Word is enduring. So, where is your hope rooted and grounded today? In the world or in the Word, in Christ?
Friends, Advent begins once again this Sunday, November 28. As you know, Advent is a season of expectant anticipation in which we are open to our Lord who has come to us in the flesh, who will come to us as Judge, and who comes to us each day, in our souls. Advent is a … Continue reading A Devotional Resource for Advent
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