Thursday, December 21, 2006

Stations of the Manger

This Sunday evening we will set up Stations of the Manger. and meditatively consider what impact the birth of Christ has upon us, and upon our world. We will consider that in He was a nomad with no place to lay His head, just as his parents had to travel far from home just before His birth. We will think on the fact that as His parents were taxed at His birth, He also lived to being taken advantage of - He was taxed by this world, and they returned nothing to Him. Our hearts will meditate upon His lonliness, as we remember there was no room for Him in the inn. Last we will consider His poverty, as we remember Him who became poor for us.

The following video is a preview, as it represents the first of our 5 Stations of the Manger.

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