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December 07, 2012

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It is so easy to see the sins of others, but rare is the one who sees others sins and looks deep into his own heart to view his own sins.
We are all the adulteress woman, deserving to be stoned by the crowd (John 7:53-8:11).

Amen! We've just joined a church that is low-church in regard to liturgy - I don't mind, but coming from a high-church era I miss the Advent season of worship.

The refulgence of just what God did - I love it in every sense of worship.

Thanks for the reminder of what this season is truly about. What a marvelous Gospel!

I think getting other people to reflect on the deep nature of their own sin against God is one of the few ways to get others to realize that we all are in bad need of a savior. Thankfully, God gave us the greatest gift we could have ever asked for in the incarnation of his son Jesus Christ. That is truly why Christmas should be a happy day for all human beings.

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