“God please give me patience and hurry up because I need it now.” That might be a humorous and contradictory request, but it sounds like me sometimes. Patience is certainly a difficult fruit to cultivate. Reading: Ephesians 4:1-6
The Apostle Paul provides a simple but profound message to the Galatians: Don’t be a slave to the law or a slave to sin; instead, live in the Spirit. The message is still good today.
When might being discontent be a good thing? Reading: Philippians 3:7-14.
The 4th Sunday of Advent. Reading: Luke 2:8-15.
Isaiah 9:2, 6-7. On this third Sunday of Advent, we look at the situation of the shepherds and the wise men in the story of Christ’s birth.
2nd Sunday of Advent; Isaiah 40:9-11. When we think of the Incarnation, perhaps the best way to put it is, “When Love came down.”
We begin the Advent season with a reminder to hope in what we know, even if we can’t see it.