Month: December 2020

A collection of posts and writings.

The First Sacrifice: A Pathway to Glory

This is the final in a series of reflections on the significance of the incarnation. The purpose of this series is to help us reflect on our Savior’s birth, and what that meant for us. To do this we are drawing upon Paul’s letter to the Philippians, specifically Philippians 2:5-11. So far, we have considered

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The First Sacrifice: Humbled

This is a third in a series of reflections on the significance of the incarnation. The purpose of this series is to help us prepare for the celebration of our Savior’s birth. To do this we are drawing upon Paul’s letter to the Philippians, specifically Philippians 2:5-11. So far, we have considered verses 2:5-6 and

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The First Sacrifice: The Meaning of Empty

Last week we began a series of reflections on the significance of the incarnation. The purpose of this series is to help us prepare for the celebration of our Savior’s birth. To do this we are drawing upon Paul’s letter to the Philippians, specifically Philippians 2:5-11. Last week we considered verses 2:5-6 and the significance

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The First Sacrifice: Relinquishing the Throne

When we think of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, our minds likely gravitate towards the cross and the price He paid by surrendering His life on it. And we absolutely should. But as we move into the Advent season, the season in which we remember and rejoice over the arrival of our Savior, I would

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