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Anonymous from last year's January Newsletter

Posted by nechc on December 5, 2007

Why not remember each time you look at this nativity scene, my heart is Jesus’ stable.”Do you know what a life whose heart is filled with Jesus looks like?  It is a life that is stable: one that is Satisfied with His will, living in Truth, always Adoring the Lord, Believing in God’s promises, Longing for relationship with Him, and Empowered by His spirit.  It’s the life of a person who is                             SATISFIED:           Certainly, Mary would have chosen a better place for her child and the King of Kings, but she was satisfied with God’s design.  It’s the life of a person who knows and lives the TRUTH:                Certainly, Joseph’s desired to put Mary away, except that the truth of Jesus needed to be shared. It’s the life of a person who obviously               ADORES God:        Certainly, the shepherds were fearful, but they obeyed God’s call to leave their objects of purpose and income, objects of adoration – their lambs. They obeyed God’s urging to find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes. Leaving their lambs, shepherds fell down in adoration when they found the Lamb of God. It’s the life of a person who                               BELIEVES God:       Certainly, the Magi dreaded the long trip, but they believed in God’s power to provide a new King. It’s the life of a person who                               LONGS                     for a relationship with God:  Certainly, God’s children here on earth want to be filled with that which the world has to offer, but when we long for Jesus to fill our every yearning, everything else falls into its proper place.   It’s the life of a person                                         EMPOWERED        by the Holy Spirit: Certainly, we are weak, but God is strong. When He steps into our hearts He brings “all his glorious, unlimited resources to empower us with inner strength, through his spirit.”  When you look into your heart do you find it empty? This season invite Jesus to fill your life. Determine to allow the living God to be your focal point. Merry Christmas! My Prayer for Today:Lord Jesus, Without You there would be no Christmas. Today I want to dedicate this season to You. Every day I will remember that You are the reason we celebrate. It is Your birthday. Had you remained in heaven, I would still be lost, without purpose, without a future or hope, without joy. Thank you for giving Your life that I might live. In Jesus’ Name, Amen. 

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