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CLC shines the light of Christ
by Kathryn Freeman — December 18, 2014
“The people walking in darkness have seen a great light.” Isaiah 9:2
Just as the wise men were led by a bright star, we too are led by the Light. We are no longer in darkness, but we live in a world surrounded by suffering, famine, sickness, hurt and chaos. During the holiday season, we focus on the gift of Christ to a dying and dark world, but this gift keeps giving and growing because we are Christ’s messengers sent to bring hope and light into a broken world.
Before the baby was laid in the manager, the entire world was shrouded in darkness. We are thankful for the the light of the world who came to take away…
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