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Homily - 3rd Wednesday of Advent - on Isaiah 7:10-16

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Isaiah is always a prophet of two times, his time and the time of Christ. 

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Sermon delivered at Lutheran Church of the Cross in Berkeley. 

December 14, 2016 - 3rd Wednesday in Advent

"Third Wednesday in Advent".  Text is from Isaiah 7:10-16

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