Isaiah 52:7-10; Psalms 98:1-6; Hebrews 1:1-6; John 1:1-18
Just a few days before Christmas, a family of four drove to a huge urban mall to do some last-minute shopping. They decided to shop separately so that any presents they might buy for each other would be kept secret. Before they split up, the father said, “Let’s synchronize our watches and agree to meet in the parking lot at five o’clock sharp. The four dutifully complied. Then the mother turned to the father and said, “Okay, now let’s synchronize our wallets.”
In the same shopping mall, a six-year-old walked up to a department store Santa Claus and said, “You don’t have to worry about me this year. We have Visa and Master Card.”
For weeks now, most of you, perhaps, have been asking each other the same question: “What do you want for Christmas?” A child’s quick answer might have been, “A bike,” or “some video games” or a “puppy.” Or maybe a brand new updated version of a famous doll (as advertised on…
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