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Church Under Construction
Lesson 13 - Organized Acts
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Category Archives: Advent
Sometime over this weekend, I’m guessing, you will sing, “O Come, All Ye Faithful.” When you do, pray, O come all ye faithless, all who do not believe. Come and believe. Come and adore. Come now, or … Continue reading
Count Your Blessings meets Joy to the World: “And wonders, and wonders of his love.” Count his many wonders . . . “Name them one by one, and it will surprise you what the Lord has … Continue reading
To my female readers— Do you feel left out of this Christmas carol? God rest you merry, Gentlemen, Let nothing you dismay. Not to worry, God’s got it covered–in the well-known description of the wife of noble character: Proverbs … Continue reading
OK, call me fickle. Yesterday I criticized Away in a Manger. Today, I want us to sing it. Together. Often. All the verses. What’s with that? Tucked away in the third verse is the best prayer ever. For everyone. … Continue reading
I gotta admit–Away in a Manger bugs me a bit. It makes the stable and manger seem sweet. Lullaby sweet. And I have second thoughts. The only good thing about birthing a baby in a stable is that it … Continue reading
We sing the Doxology every Sunday: “Praise Him above, ye heavenly host.” Sing, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing–same thought, slightly different words: “Christ, by highest heaven adored.” And we get to sing alongside that heavenly host: Glory … Continue reading
Handy Hubby hung swags of colored lights along our back fence. I look into the darkness and see a path of lights along the edge of our property. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing is a set of beautiful … Continue reading
Imagine this scene (with Charles Wesley’s attention to detail)– Shepherds abide in the fields, keeping watch over their flocks by night. The sky explodes with ten thousand flashes of lightning. Angels speak in the north … Continue reading
I imagine shepherds on the hillside, watching their flocks by night. Someone is playing a simple wooden flute, a quiet melody floating over men and sheep–gray shadows caught in a flicker of firelight. BOOM! The skies open with … Continue reading