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Thankful...for Ordinary Time

Yesterday was our last day of Ordinary Time. Today, the first Sunday of Advent, brings the start of a new season and another year in the life of the Church. 379 more words

Advent-to-All Saints

Jesse Tree Revisited...

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Blessings!

Advent is a three-fold season of anticipation:
anticipating the coming of the Messiah through salvation history,
anticipating Jesus’ coming into my life here and now, 297 more words

Advent

Love From Beginning to End

Before everything we know, there was Love. Father, Son and Spirit in deep communion; loving, giving, honouring one another.

Out of this communion of loved flowed a Plan. 4,322 more words

Zechariah 1-7 My words and my statutes, which I commanded my servants, did they not overtake your fathers?

From Zechariah 1-7

The people of God are under Persian rule in exile. In the opening chapter of Zechariah, the prophet recalls what happened to their fathers. 940 more words

01 Old Testament

Daniel 7-9 The curse and oath that are written in the Law of Moses have been poured out upon us

From Daniel 7-9

In exile, Daniel confesses Israel’s sins and acknowledges the LORD’s covenant righteousness in His dealings with them. Depending on the LORD’s steadfast love, Daniel requests mercy and forgiveness which only belong to those God considers his covenant people. 1,227 more words

01 Old Testament

God, in Trinity & History

This Monday, I dialogued with Muslims, Jews, and Unitarians in an online comments section. How’d it go? A Muslim man accused me of an “unforgivable sin” for espousing Trinitarianism. 1,186 more words

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