Monthly Archives: December 2010

If God is for you, who can be against you?

“Who delivered up Jesus to die? Not Judas, for money; not Pilate, for fear; not the Jews, for envy — but the Father, for love.” (Octavius Winslow, “No Condemnation in Christ,” 1852.) Continue reading

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Post-Christmas reflections

Did you receive a Christmas card this year which featured the flight into Egypt?  Probably not.  Have you ever seen one depicting what happened next in Bethlehem, the murder of the children?  Almost certainly not!  How do these grim events … Continue reading

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Reflections on dreaming

“I’m dreaming of a white Christmas / Just like the ones I used to know. . . .”  Irving Berlin’s song of 1942 struck a chord with those serving in distant locations in the military during WW2.  But Matthew tells … Continue reading

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