Barry Creamer continues on our journey through the Sermon on the Mount, heading into Matthew 7:12-20.
To download audio right-click on the following link: A Sermon on a Mountain: Part 11
When I read the poem below, I thought of all the sweet, familiar traditions we share as a family that help us focus on Christmas truth – the hanging of the green, happy Christmas colors, twinkling lights reflected in the children’s eyes, candlelight and firelight, stars and tiny manger scenes – all celebrating ”This most tremendous tale of all, Seen in a stained-glass window’s hue, A Baby in an ox’s stall, ,The Maker of the stars and sea, Become a Child on earth for me..” 294 more words
The Following text is an Excerpt from the Epistle to Diognetus. It is a very mysterious letter, neither it’s authorship or date of authorship are known. 448 more words