Monday, 24 December 2012

Happy Christmas 2012

Christmas is one of my favourite times of the year, even if it is also one of the busiest. It still continues to attract attention from so many who find church difficult at other times. The carols seem to invoke memories of school or of Christmas's past or maybe echo's of something we have yet to find. I love it because even if just for that once in the year, many want to sing the songs, go to a church and look for something "other" something special as we celebrate the birth of Jesus - God's intervention in the history of humanity.

I could say a lot more but instead, let me say to those who read this blog - Happy Christmas, celebrate all that God continues to do for us. Remember that he loves you regardless ...

More importantly - find a little time in your Christmas schedule to go to a Christmas Eve service or to a Christmas day service in your local church, take part, seek as the wise men did, and find the Saviour who loves you. If you are in the Harlow area of the UK - we have services on Christmas Eve at 7pm and Christmas day at 10.30 am.

Happy Christmas and a blessed 2013

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