Monthly Archives: December 2020

Resources for Worship – The Second Sunday of Christmas, January 3, 2021

These are worship resources for the Second Sunday of Christmas Day, January 3, 2021. The resources are gathered from a variety of sources and, while assembled mainly for The Anglican Church of St Thomas the Apostle, Kefalas, on the island … Continue reading

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John 1.14: Καὶ ὁ λόγος σὰρξ ἐγένετο . . .

This is a Sermon I Preached on Christmas Day over a year ago, on December 25, 2019 11:00 amat The Anglican Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, Kefalas, Crete. I am only getting it finished now . . . The … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 24/12 – (26) Behold, The Lamb of God!

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the last of twenty-six short reflections. Tomorrow is Christmas Day, in which we … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 23/12 – (25) My Own, Personal, Apocalypse

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the next to last of twenty-six short reflections. I have a new spiritual … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 22/12 – (24) Living through an Apocalypse

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the twenty-fourth of twenty-six short reflections. When we read Revelation we have a … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 21/12 – (23) The Meaning of What John Sees In The New Jerusalem

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the twenty-third of twenty-six short reflections. Remember this song? Remember hair in the … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 20/12 – (22) A Timetable For The End?

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the twenty-second of twenty-six short reflections. As we saw a couple of days … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 19/12 – (21) Apocalyptic Literature and Hope

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the twenty-first of twenty-six short reflections. It is a common statement in academic … Continue reading

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Resources for Worship – Christmas Day 2020, the Year of the Great Pandemic

These are worship resources for Christmas Day, December 25, 2020. The resources are gathered from a variety of sources and, while assembled mainly for The Anglican Church of St Thomas the Apostle, Kefalas, on the island of Crete in Greece, … Continue reading

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Resources for Worship – A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols for Christmas

These are resources for a Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, which we will have on the Fourth Sunday of Advent, December 20, 2020 at 11:00 am. The resources are gathered from a variety of sources and, while assembled mainly … Continue reading

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