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Christmastide – Liturgical Meditations

Season of ChristmastideCulture's calendar says Christmas is over on December 26. But, the church's calendar encourages us to celebrate for 12 full days of Christmastide.

This season of Christmastide offers an opportunity to reflect on the message and meaning of Christmas beyond just one day.

Here is a video to enhance your study, meditation, and prayer.

It portrays the often-told Christmas story from a new viewpoint:

You can find ideas and resources for celebrating the 12 Days of Christmas by going
here --> Resources for Christmastide.

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Christmas Day Scriptures for Church Year A

The Scriptures for Christmas Day Proper I, Year A cycle of the Revised Common Lectionary are:

Isaiah 9:2-7 | Psalm 96 | Titus 2:11-14 | Luke 2:1-20

Here is a video meditation using selected scripture and visual art:


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Christmas Greetings 2022 – Clinging to Christmas

Over the past three years, news reports of death and destruction - to both persons and planet - have been overwhelming. Well, candidly, for me at times, depressing.

But in moments of despair, I remind myself of the almost unimaginable message and meaning of Christmas:

God chose to become flesh and live with us.

And in moments of doubt, I strive to lean on - and into - that first Christmas greeting announced by the angel and a heavenly choir:

Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people.

This transformational, divine declaration is well summarized in a traditional English Christmas carol:

God rest you merry, gentlemen,
let nothing you dismay;
remember Christ, our Savior
was born on Christmas Day
to save us all from Satan's pow'r
when we were gone astray.

O tidings of comfort and joy, comfort and joy,
O tidings of comfort and joy.

From God our heav'nly Father
a blessed angel came
and unto certain shepherds
brought tidings of the same,
how that in Bethlehem was born
the son of God by name. [Refrain]

"Fear not," then said the angel,
"let nothing you affright;
this day is born a Savior,
the true and radiant light,
to free all those who trust in him
from Satan's pow'r and might." [Refrain]

Now to the Lord sing praises,
all you within this place,
and in true love and fellowship
each other now embrace;
this holy tide of Christmas
is filled with heav'nly grace. [Refrain]

Until recently, I did not know that originally there was no comma after "merry." Why? Well, simply because "merry" was not a modifier of "gentlemen." The historic meaning of the phrase "God rest you merry" is 'may God grant you peace and happiness'; the Oxford English Dictionary records uses of this phrase

So, amid all the other news, I invite you to join me in reading this good news post:


Good News for Chrstimastide


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All Saints Day – Remember and Reflect

All Saints Day is an opportunity for Christians to remember and reflect on the lives of those persons who have gone before us - examples of faith and service.

  • Simply enter your intentions and prayer requests in the form below and then, just click the "Click to Send" button.
  • I will speak aloud the name of each person and remember each one in prayer during the week of All Saints and All Souls Days.  --David Best

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