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God is the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. Therefore our final reading in celebration of Messiah’s advent takes us from the opening scene of a straw-filled manger in Bethlehem to the closing scene of a rough … Continue reading
The Father continues to communicate the unfolding plan of salvation. The curtain is drawn back and we receive a glimpse of the manner in which He orchestrates the ways of Man to accomplish His perfect will. “On coming to the … Continue reading
There are many signs and circumstances that surround the revealing of the grace of God in Christ. It’s not a surprise to read of both positive and negative responses in Matthew’s account of the early days in His first appearance. … Continue reading
The Father’s perfect plan did not end at His Son’s appearance as a newborn. All of the powerful and loving attention He gave to the creation of the world continues in the unfolding of its history. “So they hurried off … Continue reading
God’s angels bring messages of many kinds. In this passage we learn that they seem to be equally terrifying to groups as individuals. Whether it’s the surprise of their arrival or the affect of their appearance we can’t be sure. … Continue reading
The account of Messiah’s appearing in the world of men continues the apparent merging of the common and the extraordinary. A stable is a meager setting for any mother’s labor or any baby’s arrival – how much more so for … Continue reading
All of the Old Testament prophecies concerning Messiah are fulfilled. Sometimes the circumstances seem simple, at other times complex. It’s important to remember the 400 years of silence before the New Testament chronicles the Father’s further divine intervention. “In those … Continue reading
We continue to follow the significant characters in the account of Christ’s birth. From the time of her conception Mary seems to be wrapped up in the thrill of the role she’s been given. It wouldn’t be surprising that her … Continue reading