I like to preach about being careful not to become over-taxed, particularly at Christmas, I still have over-done it. God first, family second, ministry follows.
You are daily in my prayers, however, as I pray for you according to the information "Blogger" provides to me: by country, by referring sites and by keywords. For example, when someone comes upon my site by googling such phrases as: “Help for pain that makes me want to give up”, or, “Where is God in my pain?” I am quickly brought to my knees. I have been there. I know the anguish, the fear, and the utter sense of alone-ness. I quickly call out to God to please send someone or some thing to give just enough courage for the moment, and then to build a wellspring of hope in their/your hearts.
I am always here for you. Even though I do not post as often as I wish I could, I do respond to my emails as soon as I receive them. You can contact me through this site. Please do. You are never, ever alone.
Last year, I wrote a post around Christmas of last year entitled “Jesus the Light” that remains my most popular post. It awes me that people around the world, in both free and non-free countries have read about the gift God provided to us through the baby of Jesus. We celebrate Christmas because we needed a way to be reconciled to our creator, God. He provided it through his son, Jesus Christ. My gift to you this year is to send these two videos your way--watch them both to experience what God did. As a reminder, to prepare your heart, or for the first time. I pray they will enlarge your faith.
You will be so happy you took the time to watch the following “flash mob” of a whole different variety, if you check out the link below. Imagine a busy shopping day in a mall when...
All it requires is three minutes to be reminded of what Jesus did;
set to a touching and beautiful song:
“Mary Did You Know” by Clay Aiken
3 mins longs, includes scenes from Jesus Movie
It is with joy I thank you for reading my inconsistently
written posts in my wayward, winding, sometimes woeful,
but overall wonderful journey.
Until next time,
|I decided to add some color to my yard this year...what do you think?|