Dec. 14, the poem reminded me of how easy it can be to get caught up in the familiar and how I can find myself going through the motions in a season like advent out of routine. But then the poem is followed by the reality of both hardship and hope and it reminds me of what this season is truly about. Its a season of anticipating what’s to come while living in the reality of what is. It’s this in-between place we find ourselves before Christ’s return. But I love that we can be confident that it ends in hope.
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