Luke 1:57–66; 2:1–21

Perhaps never before has a “heart of wisdom” been so needed as now, in these strange and ferocious days. We live in times of a great lack of focus and a fundamental loss of center. One social analyst has labeled this the “confetti era,” where all events, ideas, values, people are the same size and weight—just pale pink and green, punched out, die-cut wafers without distinction—fluttering down each on our own erratic course, none joined to any other, none connected. It’s a disturbing picture largely because there’s so much truth to it. Oh, what can break the deadly spell constantly being cast by the spirit of this age, guide and guard us on our journey, and nurture a heart of true wisdom in our lives all along the way? Well, only one thing …

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