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Advent Meditation: Lord Omnipotent

It was by God’s omnipotence that both Hannah and Elizabeth found themselves with child. God had done something miraculous that even in that moment was recognized.

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Advent Meditation: Mediator

But God weighs every action against the motives of our hearts, and what others might scorn, condemn, or dismiss God meets with tender mercy.

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Advent Meditation: Rock of Heaven

Moses also spoke of the “Rock Who bore you” and “The God Who gave you birth,” and perhaps Hannah had this image in her mind as she prayed and prophesied over her little boy.

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Advent Meditation: Redeemer

y. Sometimes, God Who knows and understands our weakness and woe, does not deliver us from our pain, but rather delivers us through our pain.

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Hannah’s Prayer and Zechariah’s Prophecy

The first part of this devotional pairs Hannah’s prayer (mother of the prophet Samuel, who anointed King David) with Zechariah’s prophecy (father of John the Baptist, who heralded and baptized Messiah Jesus)

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