Monthly Archives: December 2017

[RadCast] Advent (Psalm 89:19-26)

We often read Old Testament passages about kings and thrones and imagine a Middle Earth scenario that has little relevance for today. Quite the contrary: the promise of King David is fulfilled in King Jesus. He is the King we … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Advent (Luke 1:46-55)

Mary had no idea how God would break in and disrupt her life, yet she was ready to drop everything and obey. Mary models the kind of heart God is looking for in us today — one of humility, servanthood, … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Advent: Mary said “yep!” (Luke 1)

Mary gets unexpected news that reveals a divine calling to faith and obedience. Advent reminds us to be ready to do the same.  

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[RadCast] Advent (2 Samuel 7)

God is faithful, as seen in this long setup to the divine punchline from David to Mary, from Alpha to Omega.  

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[RadCast] Advent (Psalm 126)

[RadCast] Advent (Psalm 126) Joy gives us context for our temporary suffering. Songs of redemption give us complete lyrics for fighting injustice. James L. Mays wrote “The agony and the ecstasy belong together as the secret of our identity.”

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[RadCast] Advent (John 1)

Leave it to ol’ John the Baptist, the camel hair wearing consumer of locusts and wild honey, to know who he is and who he’s *not*. Is the same true of me? Advent gives us time to reflect on the … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Advent Joy! (1 Thessalonians 5:16-24)

Advent reminds us of the joy we have now as we anticipate Christ’s return. It’s a good way to live.   Subscribe via YouTube!

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