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When you want to know you haven’t missed Him this Christmas… when you wish you could find your way back — or forward… when you want Christmas to not be…
From our home & farm & hearts & all our unspoken broken…. to you & yours & all of your unspoken broken — Merry, Merry Christmas Eve… There are no…
Hope resuscitates what you can’t afford to let die.
Whatever love, provision, hope, acceptance, grace, restoration you need — will not run out — because Your God will never run out on you.
You have to let Hope always carry you or fears will carry you away.
Do not be afraid to see the face of God in the dark where you did not expect Him.
You may feel like you’ve lost hope — but Hope never loses track of you.
Advent is a whole lot more than passively waiting for the King — it’s about participating in the work of the Kingdom of God.
We all need to believe that things can change.
He grafts you into His line and His story and His heart, and He gives you His name, His lineage, His righteousness.
So this turns out to be the tenderest relief, just 5 Mondays from Christmas Eve: When the holidays hit this year, we’re all choosing holy days more than hyped-up days. When…
Christmas comes for our grief. Christmas comes for the sadness we can’t speak out loud, Christmas comes to crush all our dark, Christmas comes for our wounded ache.
Practicing participation and anticipation is how we practice Advent.
For the nations — and the next generation — to seek Him — this generation can seek nothing less.
Christ comes right to your Christmas tree and looks at your family tree and says, “I am your God, and I am one of you, and I’ll be the Gift, and I’ll take you. Take Me?”
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