Reflections on Christmas

Merry Christmas family and friends,
It’s Christmas! Lots of cookin and it’s teally great to warm up the house from the cold. Our hearts are so warm by the birth of our Savior; who was destined to die for our redemption. It’s a time of giving. God gave to us His only Son; so that we would not perish but have everlasting life through Him. He came to save us from our sins. A humble birth, yet the most important birth ever!
Jesus was born in a lowly stable for there was no room at any of the inns. God came to Mary and Joseph and told them that Mary would bear The Savior Jesus; conceived in, and by the power of the Holy Spirit. Mary sang a song of glorification to God. Her Spirit rejoiced in God. She was humble.
By the proclamation of Christ’s birth, (The one who came to take away the sins of the world; people are hearing His voice from near and far being touched by Him; falling on their knees and being healed; as they Kneel to our Gracious King Jesus. Wise men and women still seek Him; our Glorious Savior.
The Shepard’s in their humble states heard the Angels singing glory to God in the highest, peace on earth and goodwill toward men. They left their sheep to find the baby Jesus in humble obedience.
His Voice is calling us. We open our hearts to the one who came just to save us. “Jesus.”
His tiny stable has a big space for all of mankind. That stirring, is your heart opening up for the Savior to come in and give to you eternal life with Him.
Oh the Mighty deeds that God has done. He lived his Life to die for you and He lives in your heart each day. He Fills the Hungry soul with good things. On this Christmas Day, won’t you let Him in your heart
Each new day, we pray to be humble so that we can hear His tender voice. Lord Jesus, I give you the space, in every
corner of my heart. I feel Your healing salve, my wonderful mighty God, Wonderful Counselor, Prince of peace My Savior.
Merry Christmas friend. Love and warmth this , Christmas season and always. K
“For unto you is born this day in the City of David a Savior, which is Christ The Lord”
Luke 2:11 Holy Bible
Kelly S Griswold

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