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Glory.

Dec 5, 2020 | Posted by in Advent, arts, worship | 0

In reading December 2’s Advent Project devotional, I was struck by the idea that the glory of God is displayed in a multitude of ways—from the glorious to the mundane. We typically think of the former— the “bright luminescence depicting the arrival of heaven.” Here, devotional writer, Charlie Trimm, gives the example of Exodus 24:17,Read more …

Advent Thoughts

Dec 20, 2017 | Posted by in Advent, Christmas, Jesus | 0

I’ve been encouraged during this season of waiting by a short Advent devotional called Unwrapping the Names of Jesus, by Asheritah Ciuciu. (It’s available on Amazon.) One name that has been meaningful to me is “The Vine.” In John 15, Jesus likens Himself to a vine and His followers to branches. Without Him, we can do nothing, but if weRead more …