The waiting is nearly over.
This Sunday is the last one before the big event. The great celebration of the King’s birth is at hand. The One who is our hope fulfilled, the One whose punishment buys our peace, the King whose joy is our strength; we mark His coming… soon.
We’ve been trying to put ourselves in the shoes of those who looked forward to His arrival, trying to feel their desperation, trying to remember how it was, how it was before love came down. Before the King was born.
As it turns out there are few similarities between the King born in the manger and the one most people awaited, I hope you will all join me this Sunday morning for “Love Came Down”