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    1. Thank you Mandy! The series break will be on the first Advent. It is also a transition between two subseries. I pray that GOD will guide me in this 10-post prelude to the election. Yes, the early 2021 election subseries that will start on January 2. This used to be titled “Parol” or a Filipino term for Christmas star but it is best to named it to GOD. JJ, a fellow blogger, gave me an idea of the capitalization of the essential letters of Christmas. GOD bless you, Nathan, and your parents!

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    1. True, Jim! It gives us not just confidence but also a resolute in our belief/faith that JESUS is GOD who emptied Himself by taking in the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men so He can be the sinless sacrifice and save us from our sins. This is the other Isaiah verse that you mentioned during the Bible Study. Micah 5:2 post has been scheduled for the 25th. GOD bless you, Nancy, and the kids! The rest of the best ones were posted in 2019.

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    1. Yes, Crissy, GOD with us! This is not an Ark nor the burning bush. This is the presence of GOD; GOD in human form (Philippians 2:7-8). GOD who emptied Himself so He can empathize with us. He walks with us so we can walk by faith in Him. He, who is sinless, was the only fitting sacrifice for all our sins and suffered in pain the torture (as any human does suffer when inflicted) and crucifixion (the wrath for all our sins) because of His love and obedience. JESUS is with GOD the FATHER in glory. As we celebrate CHRIST’s first coming/Advent, we prepare to celebrate in our hearts His second glorious coming/Advent by living a sanctified life in faith in GOD. GOD bless you, your family, and your ministry! Good night!

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    1. You are right, Richard! These verses, like from other Books, points to JESUS and prepares the Jews for the coming of CHRIST. All this set of verses from the Old Testament proves that JESUS is Messiah/Savior and Lord GOD. GOD bless you and your family!

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  1. I came over to wish you a very Merry Christmas season; to tell you your scriptures are a blessing to me; and to say thanks for all the likes you leave for me. They are a welcome Christmas gift. May your ministry of graphics and scripture be blessed. 🙂

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    1. Thank you very much Oneta! I enjoy reading your stories as it opens windows of histories and things that are new to me. I also like your reactions on current events that you share. GOD is with us and many did saw GOD in the flesh including the Shepherds and the wisemen. Now, we celebrate JESUS’ first Advent as we look forward to someday see His second Advent. A blessed day and merry CHRISTmas to you and your family! 🙂

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    1. True and you are right, Donna! GOD’s presence, love, mercy and faithfulness is what we experience everyday even when we have not seen Him face-to-face yet. As we celebrate JESUS’ first Advent, the time when GOD had a face-to-face interaction with humans, we also look forward to the second Advent we’re we never stop seeing the Triune GOD’s glory. Merry CHRISTmas to you and your family!

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    1. Amen! You are right that none will surpass the blessing that GOD is with us NotestoWomen! We are blessed that GOD the SON dwelt among us, humans. Because of that, we are saved by GOD the FATHER’s grace through the redemptive work of GOD the SON. Now, as believers, the HOLY SPIRIT dwells in us to guide, convict and intercedes for us. None surpasses GOD’s indwelling. GOD bless you and your family! Merry CHRISTmas! 🙂

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