Instead of settling for what is paltry and passing at Christmas, Christians should adopt the attitude and outlook of Zechariah, the father of John the Baptist.
God’s love is the most amazing gift you will ever receive, could ever receive. And God’s love is a gift to be shared this Christmas season.
Modern day Christians often gloss over the term Messiah without fully appreciating its depth and import, stemming from the Old Testament.
Soren Kierkegaard, the great Danish philosopher, told the story of a prince who wanted to find a young woman suitable to be his queen. One day while visiting in the local village, he glanced out the windows of the carriage and his eyes fell upon a beautiful peasant maiden. During the ensuing days he intentionally arranged to pass by the … Read More
“Where is God? Where is He?” That is the question Elie Wiesel heard behind him as he witnessed Nazi soldiers hang two adults and a young boy. The boy was so small that it took more than half an hour for him to finally die. Wiesel writes: christmas The two adults were no longer alive. Their tongues hung swollen, blue-tinged. … Read More
Michael Duduit sets forth the reminder that amidst a society that is consumed with materialism, it is our job as believers to share the real “reason for the season”.
I was experiencing topographical whiplash. Twenty-four hours earlier I had watched black and yellow Triggerfish dance along a colorful reef on the Island of Maui. Now, I watched the tumbleweeds dodge sand-stained mesquite trees on the desert plains of West Texas. The whiplash hurt. Our Hawaiian vacation had drawn to a close and the parched West Texas desert provided a … Read More