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Sunday Sermon – Children’s Play – The Magnificat, Inside Out

December 10, 2017
Passage: Luke 1:26-38 ; Psalm 126; Luke 1:39-56
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Affirmation of Faith

God did not wait until the world was ready, until the nations were at peace. God came when the Heavens were unsteady and prisoners cried out for release. God did not wait for the perfect time. God came when the need was deep and great. God dined with sinners in all their grime, turned water into wine. God did not wait until hearts were pure. In joy, God came to a tarnished world of sin and doubt. To a world like ours, of anguished shame, God came and God’s Light would not go out. God came to a world which did not mesh; to heal its tangles, shield its scorn. In the mystery of the Word made Flesh, the Maker of the Stars was born. We cannot wait until the world is sane to raise our songs with joyful voice, or to share our grief, to touch our pain. God came with Love: Rejoice! Rejoice!

~*A Christmas Affirmation from “First Coming” by Madeline L’Engle

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