Twinkling lights and bright colored ornaments,
Treasured Dreamsicle angel ornaments dangling from green branches brings years past to mind.
Candles and handmade ornaments brightening the tables prods memories of seasons past when small children sang familiar carols and "Happy Birthday Jesus" on Christmas Day.
The Nativity displayed to remind us it's more than tinsel. This day we anticipate each year is to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and share our joy with others.
A picture flashes through a mother's mind of a little 3 year old on his knees, head bowed and hands clasped in prayer in front of the baby Jesus laying in a manger at his greatgrandmother's house.
My heart is full today. Thank you.
My memories make me smile. Thank you.
As Mary, on the day so long ago when the Savior of the World came to earth as a babe....to bring light in the darkness and joy in sadness; so I shout to my Lord as I breathe in the sights and sounds of the season -
"I am the Lord's slave. May it be done to me as He has proclaimed." Luke 2
May today be one of revelation and new surrender for each of us who call Him LORD!
Merry Christmas with love,