Monthly Archives: December 2020

All God’s Fullness Dwells in Christ!

We give thanks, as we should, for the Baby born in Bethlehem. But don’t forget who he is before he was born, and who he has become through his life, death, and resurrection. In Colossians 1:15–20 Paul describes something that … Continue reading

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Light Shining in Darkness

Darkness is not just seasonal nor the challenges of 2020, whether medical, political, or cultural. At the heart of the darkness that Zechariah describes in Luke 1:76–79 is the darkness of sin. Believe because of the work of the Holy … Continue reading

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Glorify the Lord!

It took nine months of enforced silence before Zechariah could sing, but notice the prompt joy of the women in the narrative. Elizabeth tells Mary that her son in her womb leaped for joy, Luke 1:44. And Mary responds with … Continue reading

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Here Is Your God!

Good news and 2020 don’t seem to go together. But Isaiah 40:9–11 gives you good news, not just for the people in Isaiah’s day, but for you as well. Behold! Your God! Listen to the good news. Much of the … Continue reading

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The Holy Family

Have any Christmas cards arrived at your house with a picture of the holy family? Jesus talks about a holy family in Matthew 12:46–50, but it’s not limited to those pictured on the card. Recognize the holy family. Give honor … Continue reading

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