Tag: Incarnation

The Unexpected Upside of Waiting

In my previous career, I attended a lot of groundbreaking and ribbon cutting ceremonies.  What I found in those momentous…

Can Justice and Love Coexist?

I mentioned recently that God is both the embodiment of love and justice.  I wanted to take it a step…

How I Found Hope In A Story

Think about your favorite story. Great stories hardly are about trivial matters, often they are about something much deeper: vanquishing…

Advent and Mystery

If God’s incomprehensibility does not grip us in a word, if it does not draw us into his superliminious darkness,…

Did God Change at the Incarnation?

The Gospel Coalition had an interesting blog post today on the subject of the Incarnation.  Here is the question posed…

Creator and Redeemer

“For it was to him no lowering to put on what he himself has made.  Let that handiwork be forever…

The Advent and Passion of Jesus

Recently my Advent devotional discussed the interesting tie between Jesus’ purpose and entrance into the world.  Hopefully I don’t ruin…

Dickens and the Kingdom

One of the most beloved tales in English literature is the story of Ebenezer Scrooge.  Charles Dickens’ timeless story was…

God Incarnate

“That is why, behind all our fun and games at Christmastime, we should not try to escape a sense of…

Giving Thanks

“Therefore, relying on this pledge, we trust that we are sons of God, for God’s natural Son fashioned for himself…

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