Happy Wednesday to you!
The joy of Christmas does not come from the number of presents you receive. It does not come from the amount of candy canes or cups of hot chocolate you consume. Nor does it come from the number of festivities you attend. Instead, the joy of Christmas comes from the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Although centuries have past since that joyous night, the gift of salvation remains available to all who desire it. This holiday season, we celebrate One who was born to take away the sins of the world. Christ demonstrated the greatest love when He gave His life so that our lives could be revived. If you are celebrating with loved ones, please take time out to acknowledge Jesus Christ. Give Him thanks for the wonders He is still producing in your life. If you are sorrowful this holiday season, this post is here to remind you that Christ loves you. Your life is of the utmost importance to Him-that is why He was born, that is why He died, and that is why He lives again. You’re not forsaken and your concerns matter to God. Do not let what you have or what you do not have control your emotions. Be grateful and know that God is working behind the scenes to make sure you are okay.