“O Come, Let Us Adore Him”

I don’t know if this guy is a Lutheran, but I find his comments fitting for this season. (Not only that, but I identify with the fact that I can’t turn my mind off, even in worship. My wife finds this annoying at times.)

Christmas isn’t over; it’s just beginning!

Timotheos

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4 thoughts on ““O Come, Let Us Adore Him”

  1. He speaks of Knowledge and of Understanding.

    Knowledge of the Bible and Understanding of the Messiah do not come hand in hand, as I have come to learn as I get older.

    When I was young, I considered myself a Christian because I was LCMS. But now I consider myself a Christian who belongs to a Lutheran congregation. A few “Ah Ha” moments along that path… significant cultural issues at play of course, but the truth is I grew in faith to understand that I agree with the doctrinal knowledge.

    … “Ah ha!”

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