I don’t know of a time of year that has more potential to be more oppressive, more directive, or more influential regarding thoughts and emotions than this time of year — this “holiday season.” My son, attend to my words; incline thine ear… Let them not depart from thine eyes; keep them in the midst of thine heart. For they are life… and health… Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life… and perverse lips put far from thee. Let thine
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The Twelve Days of Christmas by – Carroll Roberson
On the first day of Christmas Jesus gave to me: salvation full and free.
On the second day of Christmas Jesus gave to me: everlasting life, and salvation full and free.
On the third day of Christmas Jesus gave to me: Peace in my heart, everlasting life, and salvation full and free.
On the fourth day of Christmas Jesus gave to me: love for all men, Peace in
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Each year, about this time, I refer to a “Christmas” page I created on our website and though it’s probably been up (and rarely updated) for the last ten or twelve years, it remains a great resource for me — and I hope it will be for you, too. Regardless how you spend the holidays or Christmastime, there are, no doubt, special things you like to incorporate into your days and evenings with your family. These special things might be traditions or celebrations,
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O, Martha, Martha, where is your Mary heart? O, Martha, Martha, would you seek to have a Mary heart? My husband has whispered to me at different times in different seasons.
I reflect on years gone by and all the many Christmases through the years. And quickly my mind is brought to the thought that it’s all going to be an avalanche of emotion for any number of us… all the Christmas wouldda, couldda, shouldda’s will bury us in anxiousness, disappointment, frustration, regret and, if we’re
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