In this advent season of waiting, consider how you can be actively patient in your own life and the world around you.
No matter what is going on in my life and in the world, Christmas comes each year without fail. In that fact alone, I find hope.
Taking the time during this special season to be a beacon of God’s light, love and passion will help us heal and care for each other despite differences and be examples of unity to the world.
there’s a sanctuary hidden in the season of our advent
Take time to set aside our worries and our differences, and to walk in God’s heart, in relationship, with creation and each other.
“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.”
John called the crowds to prepare the way for the Lord — Jesus wasn’t going to do all the work himself. The same is true today.
Prayer – It’s something that Christians hold central to their relationship with God, and yet it can often seem elusive.
How will the Messiah bring about change in the world? How will he promote harmony between people?
Join the call to investigate the very familiar texts for this week’s devotions by keeping an eye out for the signs or markers along the path.