Christmas is a joyful, but also a tender time. For many, this season brings up feelings of guilt, grief, & sadness. Therefore, as we prepare our hearts for Christmas, it is good to remember that Christ comes both as a king and shepherd. His heart toward us is tender, loving, & patient.
In this episode of Speaking with Joy, she explores the theme of Christ as the promised shepherd through Isaiah, Hind’s Feet on High Places, Handel's Messiah, and Manchester by the Sea.
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"The chief mark of our epoch is a profound laziness and fatigue; and the fact is that the real laziness is the cause of the apparent bustle."
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Many of the things which make the church unhealthy for artists are equally applicable to pastors. In this episode, we explore the gulf that often separates pastors and artists...and wonder if it's not nearly as wide as one might think.
Boze Herrington joins Joy to discuss the beautiful paradoxes of Christianity as it has tumbled through history.