"Oh come let us adore him"
Priest Prophet King
about this study
God’s love for and faithfulness to us, even in our brokenness and imperfections. In the Old Testament, there are five major covenants that God makes with His people--found in the stories of Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham, Moses, and David. Reading through their stories, we know that each one of these covenants is broken on the side of humanity; however, all of these covenants are ultimately fulfilled, not by fallen men, but by God Himself made man.
Advent is the time of preparing to meet our God face to face in the person of Jesus Christ. This Advent, we will be going through the covenants made with Abraham, Moses, and David to prepare our hearts for the Savior and King prefigured in each covenant.
We at HOM hope and pray that you will delve deeply into this mystery of Love that existed before time itself and that God is calling you to be a part of.
Happy Advent, dear sisters!
Love, Carissa and your Heart of Mary Team
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Happy Second Week of Advent! Advent is one of my favorite times of year.
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