Looking back at our past is sometimes a painful experience, and it requires courage and hope. When the Ghost of Christmas Past makes a visit, Scrooge is immediately afraid of the light that emanates from it. As he begins the terrifying journey, he sheds a tear for the disappointment of his own past and compassion slowly begins to grow in his life. How will we be inspired to share hope in the midst of the world’s heartbreak?
This is the second week in our series, “God Bless Us, Every One! The Redemption of Scrooge.” Pastor Mary’s message is based on Isaiah 9: 2, 6a and Luke 2: 8-14.
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