AND A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL

Hey friends, how are you doing? How was your weekend? Yesterday was a fabulous day, it was 55°, the sun was shining brightly, and the skies were blue. Can you believe it? And it was the second day of the actual winter season, where our average temperature is below freezing.  55° is a heatwave at this time of the year and I’ll take it! And guess what??

The temperatures are supposed to be above normal, right into the new year, if the Lord wills.  I am shocked, and I won’t even mind if the meteorologists get one of the days wrong and we fall below freezing.  I will certainly still be grateful if they get one day wrong; yep, I am thankful for the rise in temperature. What’s your temperature like, in your neck of the woods? 

Merry Christmas, my friends. Wishing you a wonderful day; a day spent with family and friends.  I pray that your christmas will be filled with harmony and laughter and joy. May you basked in the love and liberty of the Lord.   Be reminded that although we celebrate the birth of Christ on this day, the gift of salvation would not be possible without the death, resurrection of the Lord.  We can’t keep Him in the manger, because that’s just the beginning of the most powerful story on earth. His life exemplified that of a ‘servant man’ even as God.  

Merry Christmas, my friends and I want to take this opportunity to say a hearty ‘thank you’.  Thank you for your companionship throughout the year.  Thank you for reading the posts, for following the blog, for likes and comments. I appreciate it all.  You are part of the process ‘of living life abundantly’.  Indeed, I have chosen to stop merely existing and choosing to live life with liberty and the assurance that my God is big and great and powerful and mighty.  

May the Lord bless you and keep you this Christmas season.  

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