Isaiah 52:7-10; Psalms 98:1-6; Hebrews 1:1-6; John 1:1-18
There is a “Peanuts” comic strip in which little Lucy says that Christmas is a time for kindness and good-will; a time when we accept one another — welcoming others into our homes and into our lives. Charlie Brown responds, saying “Why just Christmas? Why can’t we be kind and accepting and hospitable all through the year?” To which Lucy replies, “What are you, some kind of religious fanatic?”
There is a little book called “Underside of Heaven” in which the author describes a Nativity Scene one of his daughters drew when she was seven-years-old. “I’m sure the Good Lord Himself smiled as He looked down on it,” said the author …
Above the stable shines a wobbly-looking Star of…
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