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- New year, Old City. This was at the ruins the Pool of Bethesda, where Jesus healed a man who was paralyzed for 38 years on the Sabbath. (Taken by @carole.rizkallah on her iPhone X) Thank you for your thoughtful birthday messages from yesterday! ❤️Becoming another year older is never exciting for me, just because it scares me to think about the future. And yet the God who dictated the course of human history is strong enough to carry my anxiety on His shoulders. Friends, I need you to remind me of that truth - especially on the days when I don’t feel like it’s true.
- New year, Old City. This was at the ruins the Pool of Bethesda, where Jesus healed a man who was paralyzed for 38 years on the Sabbath. (Taken by @carole.rizkallah on her iPhone X) Thank you for your thoughtful birthday messages from yesterday! ❤️Becoming another year older is never exciting for me, just because it scares me to think about the future. And yet the God who dictated the course of human history is strong enough to carry my anxiety on His shoulders. Friends, I need you to remind me of that truth - especially on the days when I don’t feel like it’s true.
- New year, Old City. This was at the ruins the Pool of Bethesda, where Jesus healed a man who was paralyzed for 38 years on the Sabbath. (Taken by @carole.rizkallah on her iPhone X) Thank you for your thoughtful birthday messages from yesterday! ❤️Becoming another year older is never exciting for me, just because it scares me to think about the future. And yet the God who dictated the course of human history is strong enough to carry my anxiety on His shoulders. Friends, I need you to remind me of that truth - especially on the days when I don’t feel like it’s true.
- Jerusalem. Al-Quds, the Holy City; perched upon Mount Zion, the holy hill (Zech 8:3); the city of the great King (Matt 5:35), and joy of all the earth. (Ps 48:2) In awe that I was able to step foot in this city... and yet our anticipation is not for this one on earth, but for the New Jerusalem to come. Pray for peace and justice in the former. But only the latter will be a heavenly, eternal city in which “there is no need of sun or moon to shine on it, for the glory of God gives it light,” and where “dwelling place of God is with man.” (Rev. 21)
- Jerusalem. Al-Quds, the Holy City; perched upon Mount Zion, the holy hill (Zech 8:3); the city of the great King (Matt 5:35), and joy of all the earth. (Ps 48:2) In awe that I was able to step foot in this city... and yet our anticipation is not for this one on earth, but for the New Jerusalem to come. Pray for peace and justice in the former. But only the latter will be a heavenly, eternal city in which “there is no need of sun or moon to shine on it, for the glory of God gives it light,” and where “dwelling place of God is with man.” (Rev. 21)
- Jerusalem. Al-Quds, the Holy City; perched upon Mount Zion, the holy hill (Zech 8:3); the city of the great King (Matt 5:35), and joy of all the earth. (Ps 48:2) In awe that I was able to step foot in this city... and yet our anticipation is not for this one on earth, but for the New Jerusalem to come. Pray for peace and justice in the former. But only the latter will be a heavenly, eternal city in which “there is no need of sun or moon to shine on it, for the glory of God gives it light,” and where “dwelling place of God is with man.” (Rev. 21)
- “For this purpose, then, the incorporeal and incorruptible and immaterial Word of God entered our world. In one sense, indeed, He was not far from it before, for no part of creation had ever been without Him Who, while ever abiding in union with the Father, yet fills all things that are. But now He entered the world in a new way, stooping to our level in His love and Self-revealing to us... This He did that He might turn again to incorruption men who had turned back to corruption, and make them alive through death by the appropriation of His body and by the grace of His resurrection. Thus He would make death to disappear from them as utterly as straw from fire.” St. Athanasius, On The Incarnation
- “For this purpose, then, the incorporeal and incorruptible and immaterial Word of God entered our world. In one sense, indeed, He was not far from it before, for no part of creation had ever been without Him Who, while ever abiding in union with the Father, yet fills all things that are. But now He entered the world in a new way, stooping to our level in His love and Self-revealing to us... This He did that He might turn again to incorruption men who had turned back to corruption, and make them alive through death by the appropriation of His body and by the grace of His resurrection. Thus He would make death to disappear from them as utterly as straw from fire.” St. Athanasius, On The Incarnation
- “For this purpose, then, the incorporeal and incorruptible and immaterial Word of God entered our world. In one sense, indeed, He was not far from it before, for no part of creation had ever been without Him Who, while ever abiding in union with the Father, yet fills all things that are. But now He entered the world in a new way, stooping to our level in His love and Self-revealing to us... This He did that He might turn again to incorruption men who had turned back to corruption, and make them alive through death by the appropriation of His body and by the grace of His resurrection. Thus He would make death to disappear from them as utterly as straw from fire.” St. Athanasius, On The Incarnation
- A family pre-Christmas tradition: going into downtown SF to see the Christmas tree and ice skaters in Union Square, and then making our way towards the sea cliffs at the coast to see the sunset over Sutro Baths. “The true light, which gives light to everyone, was coming into the world. He was in the world, and the world was made through him, yet the world did not know him. He came to his own, and his own people did not receive him. But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God, who were born, not of blood nor of the will of the flesh nor of the will of man, but of God.” John 1:9-13
- A family pre-Christmas tradition: going into downtown SF to see the Christmas tree and ice skaters in Union Square, and then making our way towards the sea cliffs at the coast to see the sunset over Sutro Baths. “The true light, which gives light to everyone, was coming into the world. He was in the world, and the world was made through him, yet the world did not know him. He came to his own, and his own people did not receive him. But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God, who were born, not of blood nor of the will of the flesh nor of the will of man, but of God.” John 1:9-13
- A family pre-Christmas tradition: going into downtown SF to see the Christmas tree and ice skaters in Union Square, and then making our way towards the sea cliffs at the coast to see the sunset over Sutro Baths. “The true light, which gives light to everyone, was coming into the world. He was in the world, and the world was made through him, yet the world did not know him. He came to his own, and his own people did not receive him. But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God, who were born, not of blood nor of the will of the flesh nor of the will of man, but of God.” John 1:9-13
- “You know how it is when some great king enters a large city and dwells in one of its houses; because of his dwelling in that single house, the whole city is honored, and enemies and robbers cease to molest it. Even so is it with the King of all; He has come into our country and dwelt in one body amidst the many, and in consequence the designs of the enemy against mankind have been foiled and the corruption of death, which formerly held them in its power, has simply ceased to be. For the human race would have perished utterly had not the Lord and Savior of all the Son of God, come among us to put an end to death.” St. Athanasius, On The Incarnation
- “You know how it is when some great king enters a large city and dwells in one of its houses; because of his dwelling in that single house, the whole city is honored, and enemies and robbers cease to molest it. Even so is it with the King of all; He has come into our country and dwelt in one body amidst the many, and in consequence the designs of the enemy against mankind have been foiled and the corruption of death, which formerly held them in its power, has simply ceased to be. For the human race would have perished utterly had not the Lord and Savior of all the Son of God, come among us to put an end to death.” St. Athanasius, On The Incarnation
- “You know how it is when some great king enters a large city and dwells in one of its houses; because of his dwelling in that single house, the whole city is honored, and enemies and robbers cease to molest it. Even so is it with the King of all; He has come into our country and dwelt in one body amidst the many, and in consequence the designs of the enemy against mankind have been foiled and the corruption of death, which formerly held them in its power, has simply ceased to be. For the human race would have perished utterly had not the Lord and Savior of all the Son of God, come among us to put an end to death.” St. Athanasius, On The Incarnation

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