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Author: Dana Kramer-Rolls

Where Did Advent Go?

There is no shortage of ways to find Advent, in liturgy and music, in prayer and silence, in fellowship and practice. And this year we have only eight more days to get there. So hurry up, and Wait.

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Listen to Him

Today we are reminded that we are promised our own transfiguration, not just struggling to be Christ-like by prayer and study of Scripture, but made perfect in Christ and a child of the Living God, a God who knows our name, who loves us warts and all

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All Souls are Mine Saith the Lord

there is also no escape from Resurrection, and Reconciliation with God in all the little things we missed along the way. No exclusion from sharing in the ultimate joy in praising God, face to face, in Glory.

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