First United Methodist Church of Mount Holly
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
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The Cosmic Dimensions of Christmas - Meditation for Chistmas Eve Candlelight Service

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For this Christmas Eve Meditation, Pastor Donald opens our eyes to the cosmological dimensions of Christmas, showing us the significance of December 25th and how powerfully and beautifully it speaks to the gospel message. Using many insights and quotes from Alexander Shaia, Pastor Donald shows us that it is precisely in the deepest darkness where grace goes to be reborn. For it is on the morning of Christmas, the third day after the darkest day on the calendar, that the naked eye can begin to see light growing. Thus, in our places of darkness, whatever difficulties we face in which we are eagerly longing for the light, it is precisely there where Christ goes to be born.