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How Was Jesus Both God and Man?

Christmas is fast approaching. It’s the time of the year when Christians commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. I enjoy Christmas a lot, not just because it’s a time when we give and receive gifts, but especially because of the many beautiful Christmas carols we get to hear and sing.
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5 Gift Ideas For A Meaningful Christmas

It’s that time of the year again when we have to think of the perfect Christmas gift for our friends! If you're thinking of giving your friends and loved ones more meaningful Christmas presents than those $1 notebooks that they might never use, look no further.
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Why I Stopped Trying to Earn God’s Love

It started out great. She liked me and I liked her. We hugged and held hands and spent entire Saturdays together. It was great for about a month or so. But then I said something that triggered a downward spiral.
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Don’t Let Depression Define You

The first few years, it was simply a sudden and unexpected heaviness of heart and mind. The feeling of being stuck in thick darkness and finding no safety. But it was overwhelming. Losing control of my mind, seeing fear take over. Despair settling in. Hopelessness filling my heart.
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I Just Wanted A Restart

It was not the first time I tried to end my own life. It was as if I had sunk into a sea of emptiness. In despair, all I could do was curl up in a ball, hold my breath, and hope that life—and my pain—would end quickly.
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How Was Jesus Both God and Man?

Christmas is fast approaching. It’s the time of the year when Christians commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. I enjoy Christmas a lot, not just because it’s a time when we give and receive gifts, but especially because of the many beautiful Christmas carols we get to hear and sing.
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ODJ: A Strange Murder

Melito of Sardis, the second century Bishop of Smyrna, wrote these haunting words reflecting on the cross’ tragic grace: God has been murdered . . . O strange murder, strange crime! . . . Therefore the lights [of heaven] turned away, and the day darkened, that it might hide him who was stripped upon a cross.The starkness of this line ought to catch our breath: God has been murde
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ODJ: A Strange Murder

Melito of Sardis, the second century Bishop of Smyrna, wrote these haunting words reflecting on the cross’ tragic grace: God has been murdered . . . O strange murder, strange crime! . . . Therefore the lights [of heaven] turned away, and the day darkened, that it might hide him who was stripped upon a cross.The starkness of this line ought to catch our breath: God has been murde
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ODB: A Christmas Letter

Every Christmas, a friend of mine writes a long letter to his wife, reviewing the events of the year and dreaming about the future. He always tells her how much he loves her, and why. He also writes a letter to each of his daughters. His words of love make an unforgettable Christmas present.We could say that the original Christmas love letter was Jesus, the Word made flesh. John highlights this tr

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