For some reason I’m having a hard time taking down my Christmas decorations this year. Maybe it’s because we couldn’t get together because of the flu, but I think it’s more than that. Everywhere I look I see something that reminds me of the most special gift of Christmas, our Savior. A nativity scene on the fireplace mantle, another on my coffee table and a plaque on the wall depicting the journey of the Christ family, all give me a sense of peace and joy. And, there’s the lights! The sparkling trees inside and the lighted houses outside. Our glowing neighborhood is going dark again. Though Christmas is over, Lord, may we always cling to the true light that is our Savior!
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3 thoughts on “Christmas Lights”
Thank you, Jesus, for being our light every day of the year.
Yes he is!
There is nothing wrong with embracing Jesus and keeping him near. Thanks for sharing!