Tag Archives: Incarnation

What does Christmas Mean?

Christmas either means more than is popularly supposed or it means nothing. We had better decide. – A.W. Tozer Continue reading

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Go home, January! No one likes you.

Life without Christ would be like winter without January. Continue reading

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A Word for the Weary

Sometimes the journey can be too much. But God has given His Word for the weary. Continue reading

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Why I Love Theatre

Plays are stories incarnate. They put flesh on our ideas, our values, our struggles. They can teach us to rejoice, that can lead us to repent. And, by God’s grace, they can help us become better human beings. Continue reading

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In the Fullness of Time

In Paul’s condensed version of the Christmas story (Galatians 4:4-5) he uses a curious phrase, “In the fullness of time.”  I’ve often wondered about this. In the Greek, this word “fullness” suggests a completion, or the end of a period … Continue reading

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