Merry Christmas! Today I have a real treat for you: a Christmas hymn by Mark Preus. He hadn’t settled on a tune for it yet, but on his Facebook page was accepting suggestions. At the end of the Christmas poem, you can see the hymn tune suggestion he liked the most. 🙂
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As of this point, I’m afraid we are not all experts on New Testament Greek. But it doesn’t have to stay that way!!! 🙂 Maybe I jest a little, but Rev. Andy Richard has been teaching a New Testament Greek class and is putting together a reference guide, Overview of New Testament Greek Syntax.
I’m a bit behind posting this due to my unexpected hiatus, but here you go: an example of a super simple Lutheran Christmas program for a small group of kids. I put it together for our own little group, and you’ll see it’s more “put together” than written by me. 🙂 So, come on, folks! Let’s get the Word of God into the mouths of children! And, if you don’t have something, choose goodies for Christmas children’s programs from all the good stuff already graciously given to us! (I like to use the ESV version.)
Hi. There’s been a death in the family so I’m taking a blog break. Meanwhile, be thankful for family. 🙂 And for the promises that we will live with our believing loved-ones eternally with Christ.
I’ve come into possession of a rather large amount of the pamphlet/booklet, Why God’s Word is All We Need by Gene Edward Veith. It was part of a series called Today’s Issues published by Crossway, and was also, in one edition or another, titled Why God Gave Us A Book.
*Edited to Add: SOLD!