“And my true love brought to me two turtledoves.” Everyone knows the song The Twelve Days of Christmas, and this particular verse that rejoices in love. But there was a time when two turtledoves spoke of the poverty of a King. Join us Sunday as we rejoice in the love of that King!
In his great allegory “Pilgrim’s Progress” John Bunyan’s main character Christian is locked in Doubting Castle by Giant Despair until he remembers he’s had the keys all along. And we Christians today frequently exhibit the same forgetfulness when we encounter giants and castles which imprison and demoralize. We too hold the keys. For the God […]
I remember as a child anticipating the arrival of Santa Claus. Time seemed longer than 24 hours per day, every day seemed as long as a month, and every month as long as a year. Would Christmas Day every get here?! As adults the focus of anticipation shifts as we anxiously await our wedding day, […]
What exactly do you mean when you pray, “Thy kingdom come”? What exactly is God’s kingdom? Should we expect some visible change in the people and society around us? Will the “kingdoms” of this world cease to exist – no more Republicans or Democrats, no more Soviet Union, no more town government? And when will […]