Monthly Archives: December 2018

THOUGHTS FOR THE THIRD SUNDAY IN ADVENT

LUKE 3:7-18 The question posed to John the Baptist – ‘what should we do?’ Is the most vital question ‘What should I do? – To avoid the wrath that is to flow out from the inexorable justice of God This … Continue reading

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Advent: another beginning….

In this season of Advent we begin the gracious cycle of the Christian Year. Through it we will contemplate the end and purpose of all things; the saving work of God’s love in the incarnation, temptation, passion and death, ascension … Continue reading

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ADVENT GOSPEL ( after Luke)

  In the third year Of the term Of Trump. When Macron was President Of France, May, Prime minister of The United Kingdom.   In the Papacy of Francis; When Justin was Primate of All England.   The Word of … Continue reading

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ADVENT TRAIN

THE ADVENT TRAIN   So long in the Making: Underground, Through rock It came.   Opening up A new And thriving Way.   Now abandoned, Except for a few Who walk This forgotten And narrow Path.     That a … Continue reading

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