Tag Archives: Christmas

Let Jesus be Jesus

Short Advent Reflection At this time of Advent, leading to Christmas, when everything seems so radically politicized and polarized, let’s remember that Jesus refused to be a military emperor. He refused to be used to go against the Roman Empire … Continue reading

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One Day It Will Not Be a False Flag

Advent Reflection  “In the last days scoffers will come…  and say, ‘Where is this ‘coming” he promised?’” 2. Peter 3:3.4. There was a time when believing in the soon return of Jesus Christ defined the lives of many of my … Continue reading

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Have a Merry Belated Christmas!

The first thing I noticed as I entered the Refugee Camp in Slavonski Brod, Croatia less than three weeks ago was a big Christmas tree shining in the middle of the camp. It looked as a sign of hope in … Continue reading

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Maranatha! Merry Christmas!

A few weeks ago I tried to help my six-year old son to see that Jesus is the real Santa; the only one who surprises us with good gifts, of which the most important one was the gift of His … Continue reading

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