Merry Christmas, Professor Mead.
Pshaw! I fear God every time I eat at Arby’s.
“We read of seven trumpets in the Revelation of John, which seven angels received.(1) And there you read that when the seventh angel sounded his trumpet, there was a great voice from heaven, saying: “The kingdom of this world is become the kingdom of our God and of His Christ, and He shall reign for ever and ever.”
Is this about the first or the second coming?
Flashmob. Really lovely. Our Heathrow version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NB3NPNM4xgo&feature=channel
America needs to return to “One Nation Under God”. This is one way to help do just that, so I say wonderful, thanking all those who sang, and may God be with you all.
My grandfather died on the day this post was published, and that’s fitting because he was the embodiment of the quiet power of Christian faith to transform ordinary lives and make them infinitely richer. In every life he encountered, he left an indelible mark of God’s love and grace, and that legacy will live on for generations after him. The Kingdom of God must exist through the faithful or not at all. Thank you for all of your great posts, but this one especially. It was a joy in a time of sorrow.
A very beautiful thing, and I agree, some of the best Christian evangelism I have seen in my lifetime.
… Canadians, too, eh? It can happen anywhere…
Had I been there, I would have wept.