Monthly Archives: December 2016

Jumping Chasms

Friday, Dec. 30 David Lloyd George was Prime Minister of England during WW I.  He made a statement that has been remembered by many over the years.  “A politician is a person with whose politics you don’t agree; if you … Continue reading

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The Entire Package

 Wednesday, Dec. 28                        I mentioned earlier that the birth of Jesus and the crucifixion and resurrection can’t exist without each other, but that’s only part of the story.  The … Continue reading

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The Star

Monday, Dec. 26                              The Magi followed a star to find the baby Jesus.  This has some serious problems which most of us don’t even think about.  … Continue reading

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The Magi’s Mission

Sunday, Dec. 25                         Nothing seemed to be a surprise to the Magi.  It’s doubtful if they had ever been in this area of the world before.  They had … Continue reading

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Magi Myths

Saturday, Dec. 24                               Mt. 2:1-2.  “After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to … Continue reading

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Why Bethlehem?

Friday, Dec. 23                               Jesus was born in Bethlehem.  This was not mere circumstance.  Bethlehem was where lambs were prepared for sacrifices in Jerusalem.  Jesus was called the Lamb of God.  A sheep is considered the most humble animal in … Continue reading

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What Christmas Isn’t

Thursday, Dec. 22                       Most of my readers will have a fairly good handle on this.  Nevertheless I will probably offend someone here.  So be it.  Christmas isn’t Santa Claus … Continue reading

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