The gifts are bought and wrapped. The music has been playing. Supper devotions are being read. The cards are sent and still being received. The eggnog is in the fridge. The candy is on the table. The plans have been made.
We have been intent on not hurrying through this time. We have taken days of just relaxing and reading or going out for a cup of coffee or window shopping. I have, on purpose, kept the cookie and candy making for tomorrow and Christmas Eve so that it seems more of a treat. So, because of that, I wanted to make sure to wish you all a "MERRY CHRISTMAS" now so that I can take time to cook and clean and bake and spend time with my family.
I will be back after Christmas and share a few things with you then.
May you experience Jesus this Christmas. May you give Him the time He deserves. May you continue to pray. May you continue to open the Word of God and read for yourself the wonder of His love. May God bless you and keep you and give you peace this Christmas season.
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