When Jesus read the scripture in the temple in his hometown of Nazareth, he was not well received in his hometown. They were expecting something else and someone else. But he was sent for all, both Jew and Gentile. For all of us! Let’s listen… …
We don’t always know what God is doing in us or through us. We don’t know how God will use us in His plan. But we are all important, even if you think you are not making a difference you are important in God’s eyes. We don’t really know when our actions are significant and…
Discovering whose we are is as important as who we are. When John baptized Jesus, the Holy Spirit came down and announced that Jesus was God’s son. Help us to remember we are all God’s children.
God has adopted us and cares for us as His children. Every revelation is like a firework, another explosive idea of beauty and wonder. Let’s explore his word to find the best New Year’s resolution for this and every year: to acknowledge our Triune God, to share the Lord and share your faith!
Simeon proclaims the baby Jesus as the light of the world and the glory of Israel. But a bright light casts a deep shadow.
God brought the light and separated the light from the darkness so many years ago. We still face darkness today that can take many different forms. When we are in need, help us to remember there is still light for us, the light of Christ. We at Blessed Savior are blessed to be able to…
As we reflect on “what Christmas is really all about”, we remember that Jesus is our reason for the season so let us celebrate his birth and life. We at Blessed Savior hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year!
Looking to the arrival of our Lord, we visit with Mary and Elizabeth in the months before the Christ Child arrived. As Elizabeth acknowledged our Lord, help us to celebrate him today.
As we live through the days of our holiday 2015, are we anxious? Let’s listen to the word of the apostle Paul as he reminds us to Rejoice! Rejoice! Help us to calm our spirits and focus on the One who really matters this Christmas season – our Savior Jesus Christ.
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