Nov 30, 2020, 13:13 PM
Title : 12/11
passage : Isaiah 48: 17-19.
person : Nathan Dowd
personTitle : Library Director Edgewood College, Ed.D., 2013
date : Dec 11, 2020, 00:00 AM
As I reflect on this passage from Isaiah, I am drawn to the word vindication. Not so much as a sentiment that I personally identify with but as one that I feel our world is all too absorbed in. My hope is that we can use this season of Advent to work toward forgiveness and love, and not be as concerned with being right or vindicated in all things. True love and healing come from empathy and forgiveness. My Advent wish for everyone is to find this in their own lives and relationships during this Advent season.
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