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Here I want to briefly respond to Joe Oliver’s article in the Toronto Sun from December 28, 2020. The title of the article is: “Trudeau’s undermining of democratic traditions advances a socialist agenda.” My Dad sent the link to me and was asking my thoughts. So here they are: I think there are two majorContinue reading “Commenting on Joe Oliver’s December 28th Piece on Trudeau”
Today, I post a link to a sermon I gave from Matthew 1:18-25 a few Sundays ago.
As we are experiencing a different sort of Christmas this year, we do well to look afresh at the Christmas story for, without a doubt, Joseph experienced a time that was well outside the boundaries of his expectations! He certainly had no clue about all that he would be going through and all that would be asked of him. And yet, Joseph had no clue of the great blessings that God was drawing him into. And what about us? How, with all our plans rearranged, is God present and at work in this time?
However we understand the mystery of Jesus’ full divinity and full humanity, surely both Mary and Joseph had an important part to play in Jesus’ emotional, intellectual, spiritual upbringing.
Today we look at Joseph and Mary as parents well-suited to be disciplers of Jesus.
After a few days off, I am back at it. … Today we meditate further on the importance of Joseph. There are two main points in today’s post. First, Joseph is important simply because of the way that God has ordered the creation – family is important. Second, Joseph is important because he was the protector of Jesus.
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