I had to include this picture Sunshine drew last week. I love how she captured the birth of Jesus through her artwork! May we all focus on the real reason for the season – the birth of our Savior who came to earth as a baby and later died so we may have eternal life.
I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas! May the Lord fill your hearts with love and hope as you celebrate the birth of Jesus with family and friends.
Thanks so much for taking the time to share this post. I appreciate you!
Penny Zeller is known for her heartfelt stories of faith and her passion to impact lives for Christ through fiction. While she has had a love for writing since childhood, she began her adult writing career penning articles for national and regional publications on a wide variety of topics.
Today Penny is a multi-published author of over a dozen books. She is also a homeschool mom and a group fitness instructor.
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4 thoughts on “Merry Christmas!”
What a sweet drawing! merry Christmas to you all!
Thank you, Melinda! I passed that on to my daughter and she was very blessed by your comment 🙂 Have a Happy New Year!
Penny, Merry Christmas to you and yours.
Our Christmas message that we share from our blessed hearts this year is that Jesus, the Christ, came to earth as a baby to be King of the Jews, knowing that His own would reject Him, and also knowing that He would eventually willingly go to the cross of Calvary for the sins of the world, knowing that He would spend three days in the grave, and knowing that He would triumphantly rise again completing His work of salvation, which is available for all who accept this provision of eternal life.
Christmas so many years ago was about new life, the physical birth of God incarnate. Christmas today, with the entire scripture before us, is about so much more to us in this age of grace. It is about the “rest of the story” – about trusting in the Risen Lord Jesus Christ alone by grace through faith for eternal salvation and for a daily walk with Him.
Eddie and Janie wish you a Merry Christmas and a grace-filled New Year.
Very well said, Janie! May the Lord bless you in 2011!