I give you the sun that breaches through the frosted foliage.
I give you the peace of the morning light as cumulus lay resting high above and harmony wakens.
I give you the fortitude to rise, and you can thank my Father your alive, one and all.
And I give you the aptitude to know right from wrong.
I give you ME as you’re reminded every Sunday as I died for you. But I, too, celebrate the day my father called me to live and reign inside of you!
Whatever your interpretation of me, I appreciate being honored. If “giving“ is your primary reason, then I have succeeded. As I have done for you, I pray you will continue to reciprocate. Celebrate my birthday–it is a Christmas tradition! I’ll celebrate your heartfelt love as you remember Me, with your loved ones and friends, joining hands in commemoration.
~~~My love, Jesus
Enjoy the Christmas sound of “Immanuel”, sung by Michael Card
Yes, “Jesus is the reason for the season”! Whether your faith finds you boggled up in religious wonders or abstaining from the hum-drum of outdated customs, Christ remains in Christmas. It’s said that we see Jesus in people we know and more this time of year than any other. I wish Christmas played a part in every heart, of every season!
Christmas – a time for peace and joy. Lay down your swords! Love your fellowman! As children of God, His light shines equally.
Christ came to save the meek, not the flamboyant. Be not discontented nor overwhelmed in money problems and material things for they, alone, will not bring you true happiness.
Because of sin, God sent his only son, Jesus, down to earth to sacrifice his very life in our place as an offering unto the Father. The is the only way you can be saved – through Jesus.
What will be your most precious gift this Christmas? Acknowledge your sin (rebellion) that keeps you on the wrong side of the bridge, confess it and turn from it. Then allow Jesus to lead you safely over the bridge to a promising relationship with God.
Yes, this is the season for us to acknowledge Jesus! Let us rejoice in His love and mercy!
Everything Christmas Blog will continue on Thursday, November 29th – please join us again!
Give the gift of hope this year!