Buon Natale as I told you last night it's not Christmas until I say Buon Natale to an Italian.Thank you for the honor to read from Luke 2: 1-20 in the fourth lesson of last night's Christmas Eve Service.In my wife's native language Tagalog they say "Maligayang Pasko." Or as our inlaws in Germany would say, "Frohe Weihnachten."When I was in Korea they would say "Sol tan ul chuka hamnidah."Of course in Spanish it's "Feliz Navidad."And as they say in Japanese, Merry Christmas just they say it with Spanish vowels.And since you majored in Greek in college "Kala Xristougenna Kai Eytyxismeno to Neo Etos"http://www.holidays.net/christmas/voices.htm
I really like this picture. This has a chance of looking like Jesus. Obviously a middle eastern and of dark features. Way more authentic (as far as we know) than most.
What a blessed Christmas Eve service! And what a simple but powerful message! Thanks Tony, for stepping away from the pulpit and preaching from such passion that burst forth from your inner most being.
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