Love Came DownAdvent Series
Prepare for Christmas with a short daily video
Advent means arriving, and traditionally it’s the time of year when we think about Christmas and what it means that God came into this world as a human being.
So, as we prepare our hearts for Christmas why not join Amy Orr-Ewing and take a moment to consider that with wonder not that just God would come as a human being and reveal himself, but that God would come born as a baby?
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Today we refllect on what it means that God became a human baby.
We look forward to celebrating Christmas and remembering that God came in human history.
We explore the fact that God was prepared to humble himself.
Reflecting on Simeon’s meeting baby Jesus, when he said “My eyes have seen your salvation”
Anna the prophetess met baby Jesus and said that he is the redeemer of the World. What does that mean for us today?
How significant was it that Jesus was the baby born to Mary? In theology it is very important and significant.
Jesus is King, looking at the Bible text we explore what that means for us today
Thinking about the importance of the actual place & time of Jesus’ birth and its place in history
Reflect today on the shepherds vision of angels
“Hark the Herald Angels Sing”. More reflections on the visit of the angels.
Jesus is righteous.
Jesus is the suffering servant
Jesus is Creator
Jesus is the truth
Jesus is the Passover Lamb
Jesus is Emmanuel,
God with Us
Jesus is King
Jesus is Given
Jesus is the Servant King
Jesus is Born
Dr. Amy Orr-Ewing is a senior vice president with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries and President of The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA).
Over the last twenty years, Amy has spoken on university campuses including Oxford, Cambridge, Vienna, Hong Kong, Phoenix, and Massachusetts, in the Speakers Rooms and Chapel at the UK Parliament, on Capitol Hill, and to West Wing staff at the White House. She also speaks in banks, businesses, and consultancy firms as well as churches and conferences.
Amy gained a first-class degree in theology and a DPhil (doctorate) from the University of Oxford.
She is the co-founder of REBOOT, a youth initiative aimed at helping young people think deeply about faith, which now runs in countries all over the world.
Amy is married to Frog and helps lead Latimer Minster, a church plant and community on a farm in Buckinghamshire. They have three children.
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