1. C.S. Lewis, Grief, and the Holiday Season
  2. The following poem was written by Tanner Olson to accompany 1517’s 2023 Advent Resources, The Clothing of the King. Advent begins this Sunday.
  3. God resolves his wrath through the unexpected giving of his Son.
  4. There is an association, almost a one-to-one correspondence, between the gift and the nature of the giving.
  5. Toy Story is indeed a Christmas story.
  6. That great truth of creedal Christianity – that God is man in Christ – is not set forth for our speculative enjoyment.
  7. The good news of the Gospel is Jesus has come, and Jesus will come again.
  8. It makes perfect sense that the day honoring Jesus' birth would be observed in a decidedly less than refined manner.
  9. When we pray to Jesus, we pray to the King's right hand. We know one who has the Father's ear, respect and trust. And the one who intercedes for us is still one of us, with nail-pierced hands.
  10. Despite our best efforts to avoid him, King Jesus remains very much unavoidable.
  11. Psalm 98, with its promise of a sea and mountains singing, takes these imposing natural features and turns them into a praise choir.
  12. He is given His name so you could call on it. He is called Jesus, so you can call on Jesus and be saved.

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