It is that time of year again: Christmas. It should be all about acknowledging the birth of our Savior, Jesus, and to be thankful for our salvation. We should also meditate on how God will forgive mankind because of Jesus' sacrifice by coming to earth and dying on a cross. He was raised from the dead on the third day and whoever believes on Him will have eternal life. Only now, Christmas is more about family, presents, and food than it is about serving our Lord Jesus Christ. Those things aren't bad, but it's not what we are supposed to be celebrating. It should be about our thankfulness to God, and how to make our relationship with Him and church our highest priority. This year, I pray you have a Merry Christmas and that you remember we are celebrating the birth and resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus. Take a moment and look up Romans 10:9-13 and pray it out loud. Let Jesus know how thankful you are to Him for His sacrifice. Merry Christmas!
Just a thought, God bless.
Published on Tuesday, December 21, 2010 @ 9:49 AM CDT
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