And the Word became flesh…

And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, and we saw His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth.

The Word became flesh and blood,
and moved into the neighborhood.
We saw the glory with our own eyes,
the one-of-a-kind glory,
like Father, like Son,
Generous inside and out,
true from start to finish.

Merry Christmas to everyone! I am going to be unoriginal and point to some of my previous posts for your Christmas reading pleasure!:

  • “I Celebrate The Day” by Relient K:
    And I, I celebrate the day
    That You were born to die
    So I could one day pray for You to save my life

  • Dickens speaks Truth: Wise words from Charles Dickens.
  • Get the X out of X-mas!: A look at why Christians shouldn’t be offended by “XMas.”
  • Always Winter but never Christmas: On living in the “Now, but not yet.”
  • Happy Festivus!: Today is Festivus, come celebrate!
  • No Christmas For You!: On why church should be open when Christmas falls on a Sunday.
  • Christmas a pagan holiday?: A look at the pagan roots of Christmas and why Christians shouldn’t have a problem with it.
  • God bless and have a wonderful celebration of our savior’s birth!

    Categories: Daily Life, Religion, Theology
    1. Anonymous
      December 24th, 2007 at 12:47 | #1

      You look like a dork. Jesus came down the chimney last night but got stuck on some protruding nails. That guy has rotten luck.

    2. December 24th, 2007 at 13:26 | #2

      Glad you felt you had something intelligent to add… Merry Christmas!

    3. salmypal
      December 26th, 2007 at 10:49 | #3

      Matt, you’re much more gracious than I could ever be. You’re my hero. :)

    4. February 6th, 2008 at 15:53 | #4

      “which way did he go, which way did he go?”

      “I dunno George, which way did he go?”

      “Who we talking about again?”

      Matt, at Random Acts of Verbage

      “Ohh, I dunno, but I miss em”

    5. February 29th, 2008 at 22:26 | #5

      Have you fallen off the face of the earth, Matt?

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