Daily Archives: November 17, 2010

Day Symbolic of All Days

To anyone beginning the study of Sunday in early Christian literature, the initial impression is one of confusion: “Sunday is the first day, the day of creation, the day of light, the day of a new time. But it is … Continue reading

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Psalm 98: Liturgical Education; a sermon

Family Advance Conference; Joint Service with Trinity Presbyterian Church Sermon: Liturgical Education: Celebrating God’s Song and Salvation Text: Psalm 98 Pastor Uriesou T. Brito Text: Sing to Yahweh a new song, For He has done wonderful things, His Salvation-worker is … Continue reading

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Re-Considering Birthdays…

My friend Rich Lusk made a refreshing observation recently at the 20th Family Advance Conference. He wondered why we do not celebrate baptismal days, when in fact our baptisms are more important than our actual birthdays. Baptism is our second … Continue reading

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