December 24, 2013

FROM THE ARCHIVES: HOW SWEET THE SOUND:

The amazing grace of Christmas morn (Wesley Pruden, December 25, 2007, Washington Times)

The malls and the Main Streets fall silent. The ringing cash registers and the happy cries of children echo across the silent land. But the Christ born in a manger 2,000 years ago lives, liberating the hearts of sinners and transforming the lives of the wicked.

The redeeming grace of the Christmas message is nowhere more vividly illustrated than in the incredible life of an English slaver named John Newton.


[originally posted: 12/25/07]


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