About ADVENT, CHRISTMAS, AND EPIPHANY DEVOTIONS   1 comment

Winter

(An Image That Came on My Computer)

I created a weblog, SUNDRY THOUGHTS OF KENNETH RANDOLPH TAYLOR, in late July 2009.  In time I began to publish Sunday and weekday seasonal devotions on that weblog, which continues to exist.  It is an increasingly varied website, and I think it wise to begin a new weblog with material from SUNDRY THOUGHTS.  A narrower focus might help people find some material more easily.

I have chosen to break out the seasonal devotional materials into three weblogs (ADVENT-CHRISTMAS-EPIPHANY, LENT-EASTER, and ORDINARY TIME), beginning with material from SUNDRY THOUGHTS (leaving it there, too) and adding new entries at this place.  This is another channel, if you will.

Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany are separate seasons of the Christian year, and I insist on keeping their identities distinct.  Yet I group them together because they form a natural sequence.  One must prepare for Christmas, as well as give Christmas (all twelve days of it) its due.  And the Magi belong properly in Epiphany (January 6 and following).

Take this journey with me.

KENNETH RANDOLPH TAYLOR

Posted September 14, 2010 by neatnik2009

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