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November 28, 2005

Advent Blogging

Advent actually started on Sunday, but I didn't have time to post -- I was preaching at First Baptist South Shore in South Shore, Kentucky -- just on the other side of the Ohio River from me. If I'd had a boat, it probably would have been quicker to get there just by crossing the Ohio than driving WAY out of my way to get to the bridge, but I digress. . . .

I talked about Advent before, and how I see it as a time of anticipation. In fact, the Advent calendar I have on the computer has Psalm 80:14-15 as the verse for the 27th (even thought they say 15-16) -- Psalms 80:14-15 Turn again, O God of hosts! Look down from heaven, and see; have regard for this vine, the stock that your right hand planted, and for the son whom you made strong for yourself.

We prepare ourselves for Christmas, and we prepare ourselves for the return of Christ.

Others are blogging about Advent:

(I sure wish that someone at The Henry Institute would set up an RSS feed. I keep forgetting to read over there, and I miss stuff!!!) {EDIT -- OK, I somehow missed the great big RSS graphic at the very top of the page at the Henry Institute. I found it, and am subscribed. And embarrassed.}

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