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Anna Mussmann
Blogger, reader, analyzer, clinger to the Oxford comma, and confessional Lutheran.
Blogger, reader, analyzer, clinger to the Oxford comma, and confessional Lutheran.
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For all the mothers having a loud day.
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Fugue
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A Little Update
A Little Update
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Five ways we like to spend time together, even when it's been a long week.
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I kept hearing the phrase, “Die to yourself.” Don’t be selfish. I’ve read all the blog posts about millennial parents being self-serving and not sacrificing for their children, and I determined that those things would not be said of me.
Self-righteousness vs. Self-care
Self-righteousness vs. Self-care
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Advent is about waiting. But "our gracious Lord does not leave His time-bound creatures always looking to past and future. He comes to us where we are now. . . . as Luther reminds us, 'The kingdom of God certainly comes by itself without our prayer, but we pray in this petition that it may come to us also.' Advent speaks of Christ’s coming to us here, now, in the midst of earthly life."
How Eternity Comes to Us in Advent
How Eternity Comes to Us in Advent
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We begin our preparations, keeping at the forefront of our minds what we ought and ought not do. . . . all to spread a little Christmas cheer. But if we believe Christ came solely to make the season merry and bright, we make Him out to be nothing more than a jovial spirit. Indeed, He becomes indistinguishable from the jolly Santa Claus bringing gifts and wishing all a good night.
The Savior Comes
The Savior Comes
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In the midst of this paradox of having all the time in the world and yet not nearly enough of it, the real issue is whether or not the things I do matter.
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Advent is coming! Why (and how) we celebrate Advent at our house.
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"To understand the meaning of any historical event, we must be able to look at it in relation to something outside of history. That is, we must be able to look at it theologically. " Blessed Reformation Day!
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