What do you have to say about Jesus? He’s heard it all, but it does reveal something about your heart, so beware. … More The Sign Spoken Against
As you openly celebrate Christmas, pray for those who do not have such freedom. … More Where there is no Christmas
Are you feeling in a fog this Christmas? Overwhelmed with parties and gift-shopping? Spend a silent night with God. … More Christmas Fog
Focus on the names of Jesus this Christmas. Worship him according to his name. … More Focus on His Names
As I end this Christmas season with a final carol, I was so touched by the words of one that is probably not on your normal repertoire of songs. Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne* shares not only the birth of Christ, but what he left on our behalf to fulfill the will of God the Father. … More Is there room in your heart?
Today’s sermon spoke to the wonder of Christmas and how important it is to really read the scriptures that speak of Christ’s birth. Not only should we read them, but meditate or ponder on them, for there is so much to cause us to wonder in amazement. Today’s carol, What Child is This* speaks to one … More We can wear our boots
We Three Kings of Orient Are* would have been a great carol to sing in my ESL class this month, for it carries great teaching about this part of the Christmas story. My ladies, all from another religious background, wanted to understand why these wise men would bring such gifts to the newborn king. I … More Why such gifts?
There are some carols you identify with because of special memories or people. I identify with He is Born,* because I can sing it in French (Il est né) and used to play the oboe in high school band. He is born, the holy Child; play the oboe and bagpipes merrily! He is born, the holy Child; … More Oboe and French
In order to reflect on today’s carol, Love Came Down at Christmas,* I listened to it on the Youtube link below, and I was blown away … in worship. I love the words of this song, which is from the poem by Christina G. Rossetti. Love came down at Christmas, Love all lovely, love divine; Love … More When love came down
Christmas should be a joyful season of the year, right? Homes are decorated, families gather, lots of good food is prepared — all reasons for a cheerful disposition. Why is it, then that so many face the holidays with dread and depression? Maybe they’re looking for joy in all the wrong places. I don’t say … More How great’s your joy?