Hi everyone! We have another round of Christmas graphics this year for phone screens, Facebook cover photos, and desktop wallpapers. We hope that these will be uplifting and a good reminder of why we celebrate this season.
View and download them here!
Also, be sure to check out our Christmas playlists on Spotify here!
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written by Joe Zhu
When trials come, we run to the Lord. We seek refuge in His promises, we meditate on His word and remain constant in prayer. Passages like Psalm 62, Romans 8:28 or Lamentations 3:22-24 may come to mind to remind us of hope. Heaven becomes much more desirable as we long for God to wipe away our tears (Revelations 21:4). We remind ourselves of the purposes of trials (1 Peter 1:6-7, Romans 5:1-5) and the attitudes we should have during them (James 1:2). Eventually we press through because God is good and delivers us through the trial. Soon after, we reflect on God’s goodness in preserving us as He promises (Philippians 1:6) and rejoice in His kindness, goodness and faithfulness as we walk away refined.
But what about seasons of joy? When things are going well, do we still cling closely to Christ? Do we continue to find hope and peace in His word when the world doesn’t seem as hostile? When God delivers us blessings, gifts and encouragements, do we continue to long deeply for heaven? Is Christ our greatest treasure or does He become a treasure among many?
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Diana went to UCLA for undergrad and loved languages so much she majored in Linguistics & Chinese. She currently serves on staff and enjoys all kinds of raw fish, action movies, and hanging out with her weird friends.
I didn’t grow up in a Christian home, even though my parents professed to be believers. We would go to church a few times a year, but we never heard the Gospel being preached and after a while, my family stopped going to church altogether.
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Week 10 (When Angels Remain in Heaven, Christmas Celebration)
Joy to the World by Sovereign Grace
God Made Low by Sovereign Grace
Come all Ye Faithful by Sovereign Grace
Prepare Him Room by Sovereign Grace
All Glory be to Christ King Kailedoscope
by Melanie Chan
I’m a worrier. Yes, I’m aware that that’s a bad thing. But a lot of times, I can’t help but worry over such small, yet seemingly significant things. What if they don’t like me? What if I don’t do well enough? What if I get rejected? What if… what if?
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Chasia is a second-year Chemical Engineering major who enjoys building her archives of anti-humor, reading books of Puritan persuasion, sampling rare and exquisite cheeses, such as those found in Mac N Cheese and string cheese, and feasting on the Words of eternal life.
Firstly, I am so unworthy to expound on God’s immeasurable grace in my life—there are no adequate words and so meager an understanding in my heart of that inexhaustible and infinitely glorious Gospel which has somehow fallen upon my foul soul. Ephesians 1:3 wondrously reveals that God has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places; and though my heart is exceedingly far from fully glorying in—let alone comprehending—the riches of this blood-bought gift of eternal life, I nonetheless pray that we can together reflect on the following paramount theme of God’s love, of which I am the most unworthy recipient.
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