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The fourth and final week of Advent begins tomorrow. This week’s verses from Angie Mosteller’s “How to Do an Advent Wreath” (available on her Celebrating Holidays website) are centered around “love and the presence of the Savior.”
Tomorrow begins the third week of advent. Each weekend, I’m posting verses from Angie Mosteller’s “How to Do an Advent Wreath” (available on her Celebrating Holidays website) for you to meditate on throughout the week. The third week is about “joy and the proclamations regarding the coming Savior.”
Here’s a year-end message for you from Stand to Reason. Thanks for all your support, your conversations, your challenges, and your encouragement. I pray that we’ve been a help to you this year. "Training ambassadors who can think clearly, answer accurately, and stand courageously—all with grace. That’s our vision for every follower of Christ."
The second week of Advent starts tomorrow.
Even though it’s questionable how much of it is true, I still love the stories about the real St. Nicholas. From Fred Sanders:
We’re already a few days into Advent, but it’s not too late for you to start intentionally using this time to prepare for our celebration of Christ’s coming. Here are a few free options to get you started.
Tim Keller had this to say about doubt in The Reason for God:
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Alan’s and Brett’s newsletters are now posted on the website:
It’s Reformation Day today. Nearly 500 years ago, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses in Wittenberg. At the time, he didn’t expect this would lead to his being put on trial just a few years later—the trial where he ultimately said: [M]y conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and I will not recant anything, for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. Here I stand, I cannot do otherwise. God help me. Amen.