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Luke 21: 34-36

This time before Advent is intended to remind us of the necessity of being prepared.  It is a time for us to get our priorities back in perspective. A good way to do this is through prayer and reading of the scriptures.

Luke 21: 29-33

The Lord reminds us that through all change we need to hold onto his words which will not pass away. And thus, we wrap up another liturgical year. This weekend we will begin a new year of grace. I pray that it will be a fresh start for all of us and a new year of great blessing as we continue our journey. We walk by faith and not by sight.

Thanksgiving Day

Luke 21:20-28

When Abraham Lincoln de­clared a National Day of Thanksgiving, his proclamation cautioned that we had become blind to the blessings around us. Hopefully we have our sights set on the graciousness of God in our lives. This sense of thanksgiving need not be reserved for only one day a year. Thanksgiving is a way of looking at life differently, seeing the hand of God at work in all aspects of life, and giving thanks. Lord, help us to live lives of gratefulness.

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