Tag Archive | O Come Emmanuel

Advent Day 17 ~ The burning bush of the world

THURSDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK OF ADVENT Advent themes are all about waiting for light to shine in our darkness. For we who are Christians we await, Jesus, Yeshua, who is for us the Light of the World. We prepare a place for him to shine in our own hearts this day. We invite you […]

ADVENT DAY 20 – WHAT WONDROUS LOVE IS THIS?

FRIDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK OF ADVENT O COME, O COME EMMANUEL, AND RANSOM CAPTIVE ISRAEL, THAT MOURNS IN LONELY EXILE HERE, UNTIL THE SON OF GOD APPEAR, REJOICE! REJOICE! EMMANUEL SHALL COME TO THEE, O ISRAEL! EMMANUEL, THEY TELL US YOU ARE “GOD-WITH-US.” WHERE ARE YOU, EMMANUEL? ARE YOU HERE? ARE YOU HERE IN […]

ADVENT DAY 18 ~ THE BURNING BUSH OF THE WORLD

       O ADONAI AND RULER OF THE HOUSE OF ISRAEL,        YOU APPEARED TO MOSES IN THE FIRE OF THE BURNING BUSH        AND ON MOUNT SINAI GAVE HIM YOUR LAW.        COME, AND WITH OUTSTRETCHED ARM, REDEEM US.                 […]

Advent Day 23 ~ What does it all mean?

Friday of the Fourth Week of Advent O come, O Come Emmanuel That mourns in lonely exile here And ransom captive Israel         Until the Son of God appear. Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel Shall come to thee, O Israel! Remember the age-old story “The Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens?  That laid out for us more than […]