John identifies himself as one who has heard and seen and been in close contact with the Word of Life.
Trusting in God brought St. Paul to his greatest challenges and greatest glory. It will do the same for us.
When we celebrate Jesus’ coming among us, we recall God’s promise and God’s faithfulness.
In what Malachi promises it is easy to see the coming of Jesus the Messiah preceded by John the Baptist, the forerunner.
God may not intervene with visions and miraculous births, but He is active in every human life nonetheless.
The Lord longs to be united with His people. His people long for Him.
Christian believers have always interpreted Isaiah's prophecy as referring to the birth of Jesus, the Messiah.
Some individuals seem to conclude that their difficult time is a punishment from God. But nothing could be further from the truth.
The whole history of God’s people is centered in the tribe of Judah, Jesus’ tribe.
We have our own prophets who bravely “testify to the truth” of what needs to be done in the areas of peace and justice.