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An Advent Message: Elizabeth’s Song

The following post is the second in a series of Scriptural messages called “The Songs of Christmas: Advent Meditations on the Incarnation.” I pray that these Advent devotions may be used by families as well as individuals and perhaps even … Continue reading

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Elizabeth’s Song: An Advent Sermon

The next movement in the Symphony of Christmas after Mary’s opening happens as Mary travels from Nazareth to the hill country of Judea.  One commentator has written that: “[Mary] probably traveled fifty to seventy miles from Nazareth to Zechariah’s home … Continue reading

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The Songs of Christmas: Elizabeth’s Song

Another “Song” from Advent is the spontaneous, Spirit-shaped response of Mary’s cousin, Elizabeth. Preaching.com has published this second in the series and it is here.

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