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While in a Nazi prison, Jesuit priest Alfred Delp meditates on the Lord's Prayer. This extract is his meditation on the words, "Hallowed be thy name."
There always are angels of annunciation, speaking their message of good news into the midst of anguish, scattering their seed of blessing that will spring up one day in the midst of the night.
Advent is blessed with God’s promises, which constitute the hidden happiness of this time. These promises kindle the light in our hearts. Being shattered, being awakened – these are necessary for Advent.
Alfred Delp, Eberhard Arnold and Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt
The meditations in this collection witness to the fact that the birth of Jesus is more than history – it is a reality – but only for those who feel their need and are personally ready to come to the manger. Read More
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