December 1, 2017

Luke 21:29-33

Nature has a way of offering clues that change is coming. Jesus uses the example of the budding of the fig and other trees, the sign that summer is near. In the same way Jesus tells the disciples to read the signs of the times that indicate the coming of the Kingdom.

As unsettling as the signs of the times might be, you have said, “my words will not pass away,” and in that I know you are and will be with us through it all.

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