Happy Christmas 2019

Merry Christmas! The closest thing I have to a tradition on this blog is this Christmas day offering. Each Christmas I post the Isaiah passage below (which is a reading for Christmas Eve worship every year); John Lennon's "Happy Christmas (War is Over)," which I find the world's best and most challenging Christmas song; and …

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Happy Christmas 2018

Merry Christmas! The closest thing I have to a tradition on this blog is this Christmas day offering. Each Christmas I post the Isaiah passage below (which is a reading for Christmas Eve worship every year); John Lennon's "Happy Christmas (War is Over)", which I find the world's best and most challenging Christmas song; and …

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Happy Christmas 2017

Merry Christmas! The closest thing I have to a tradition on this blog is this Christmas day offering. Each Christmas I post the Isaiah passage below (which is a reading for Christmas Eve worship every year); John Lennon's "Happy Christmas (War is Over)", which I find the world's best and most challenging Christmas song; and …

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Happy Christmas 2016

Merry Christmas! I don't have many traditions on this blog (other than posting quite irregularly, of course). However, I've tried to maintain a Christmas day tradition. I missed doing it in 2015, so wanted to be sure to get back on track this year. Each Christmas I post this Isaiah passage (which is a reading for …

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Happy Christmas 2014

Merry Christmas! It's my Christmas day tradition to post this Isaiah passage (which is a reading for Christmas Eve worship every year), Lennon's "Happy Christmas (War is Over)" (the world's best - and most challenging - Christmas song), and a lighter second song that changes each year. You're welcome. 😉 Isaiah 9:2-7: The people who …

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Happy Christmas 2012

Merry Christmas! Tradition can be a good thing. I'm making it a tradition to post this Isaiah passage (which is a reading for Christmas Eve worship every year), and to post the world's best - and most challenging - Christmas song. I'm also making it a tradition to change the second song every year. You're …

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Happy Christmas

Merry Christmas! The main reading for our Christmas Eve worship services was Isaiah 9:2-7: The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who lived in a land of deep darkness - on them light has shined... For the yoke of their burden, and the bar across their shoulders, the rod of …

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