Bible Workbench: Advent 2, December 6, 2009

Text: Luke 1:68-79

Zechariah’s song holds different dimensions of life in tension. What does he tell us about the past? About the present? About the future? What does he remind us about God? About what God has done? About the people? About what the people will do? About his son? About what his son will do?

How do you experience the past intertwined with the present and future? How do you experience God as a God of nations and of individuals? How might the redemption of a people connect to forgiveness of their sins? Why might forgiveness of their sins be a prerequisite to knowledge of salvation?

– Andy Kille

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