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Sometimes in the Christmas focus on children, on the young woman Mary and the birth in the manger, we miss another element in the story of Christ's birth. There is grace here not just for the young, but for the old, or older, as well.
When I travel, I want to see all the big sites, the beautiful buildings and the somber markers. I don't want to miss a thing.
I wonder how I can escape the prison of my prejudices and learn to enjoy all that God has made.
"We cannot do everything, and there is a sense of liberation in realizing that."
Realists dismiss these images of predator and prey reconciled as the sheerest sort of seasonal sentimentality.
Mary is the still point in the resounding amazement.
There will be no white Christmas in Gainesville, Florida, tomorrow.
Do you have any Theys in your family?
Quinn G. Caldwell
Admit it: you love fire.
To understand John the Baptist we have to appreciate his old-fashioned idea that everyone has been compromised by that slithering serpent in the garden and is deserving of God's wrath.