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Immanuel, mystery, and the trajectory of glory

One thing we cannot afford to do is read the Bible as if Jesus never happened. This is especially true with the Old Testament. When we read the Bible indiscriminately, not interpreting it through the lens of Jesus Christ, we end up … Continue reading

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Immanuel, God with us (Part two)

Source: heartlight.org In part one I mentioned that “Immanuel, God with us” meant that Jesus’ birth marked the long anticipated glory invasion of God coming in flesh to live among us. And that God is not only with us but He is also for … Continue reading

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Immanuel, God with us (Part 1)

Immanuel (or “Emmanuel”) means that God is with us. This is the Christmas message–that God became to be with us in flesh and dwelt among us (John 1:14). “Behold, the virgin shall be with child, and bear a Son, and they … Continue reading

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