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Category Archives: Christmas Midnight
In the Name of the Father and of the + Son and of the Holy Spirit Christmas snapshots are plentiful among families. Perhaps you have a picture from a Christmas past where you are holding a new toy or … Continue reading
Once upon a time the devil attended Mass in a church where it was customary in either the Lord’s Prayer or in the Creed to sing: Et homo factus est, that is, “God’s Son has become a human being.” While … Continue reading
Both from 1879. First Christmas Day and Third Christmas Day.
Leo the Great on the “government” on the Messiah’s shoulder in Is. 9.6 as a prophecy of the holy cross: And so the Lord was handed over to their savage wishes, and in mockery of His kingly state, ordered to … Continue reading
Todd A. Peperkorn, STM Messiah Lutheran Church Kenosha, Wisconsin Christmas Eve Midnight (Dec. 24, 2008) Luke 2:1-20 TITLE: “From Heaven Above” [This sermon is a series of meditations and quotations all from the Christmas sermons of Dr. Martin Luther. I … Continue reading