Merry Christmas

May the God of all- bless you with the grace to see and embrace the greatest truth.  That God gave His Son to make away for us to experience His love and deliver us from the wages of sin, which is death or better said eternal separation from God.  The original intent of God has always been good will to all people.  May you enjoy the wonder of an encounter with the God who loves us and gave Himself for us.   Most have heard the story of the baby born in a barn and laid in a manger.  Not many know what it is all about.  The good news is He died to free us from the penalty of our sins.  This gives us an opportunity to live for Him and spend eternity with Him in heaven when the body dies. We have only to ask Him and He will help us see Him for who He is.   My Christmas gift to my readers is a prayer for you all to embrace the truth and stop trying so hard to keep a lie alive.  Santa is not what our children need- Jesus is.  Santa will not pay the elaborate bills or get them reservations into heaven.  Jesus is the only way  and His death on the cross is what it took to give us access.   The most valuable and important gift ever given was His life.   But like any gift- if we do not know about it or open it, we cannot enjoy the benefits or see the value, of it.   I pray you and all you care about will have a Merry Christmas and  share the kindness and mercy of God with others.  May He protect you and yours, give you wisdom for the days ahead, and grant you the grace to see, turn and repent to receive His gifts of forgiveness and eternal life in heaven.   His birthday celebration is to remind us of  the greatest gift ever given- I pray this year you will open the present- and find the multiple other gifts inside.   Too many know the story but  too few  understand and enjoy this priceless provision.  This one decision positions us to access so many other promises that reveal Jesus as the gift that keeps on giving.  His life  was given to remove the  penalties of sin and restore us to right relationship with God.   We have the right to free will and choice and He will not violate it. The bible say the wages of sin is death.  Jesus paid those wages with His life so that who-so-ever- would dare to  believe for the  asking could be made, not guilty– at His expense.  More at: why Jesus

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