Often, we separate the ideas of freedom and service but juxtaposed together, the two beautifully articulate gifts presented to us through the birth and life of Christ.
Like Jesus, we have the opportunity to grow in wisdom and strength “and in divine and human favor” by making good choices.
How can you live in community and offer your presence, rather than mere presents?
In the days leading up to Christmas, may we be reminded of God’s magnificent creation and use it as a space to prepare our hearts for Christ’s coming.
Sometimes we feel that we are too busy with exams, readings, work and all sorts of things and forget to take the time to thank God for what we are today.
The unknown author of Hebrews pursues an unlikely remedy: a vigorous exploration of Christ as high priest that aims to take readers beyond a “baby understanding” of the One who came to do God’s will.
In order to stand side by side with the Bethlehem shepherds to welcome our savior, I must also heed Jesus’ word in Matthew 5:23 and turn to them to ask permission to join their company.
The sheep were content and secure with their loving shepherd. Can I, too, be so trusting and satisfied?
In every situation, the love of God and Jesus can show us the path away from bondage to freedom.
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