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Viewing entries posted in December 2014

For some, this season is filled with unmitigated joy. For others this is the hardest time of the year. Reminding them of the greatest losses, and most heartfelt pain of their lives.

Lost spouses and children. Divorces and children with an ex instead of with you. Broken finances which can’t provide all the presents desired.

Jesus came to earth for you! And Jesus experienced many of these things.

Christmas is speeding toward us. Suddenly the focus is on the long list of things that we need to do. It’s on baking and wrapping and trying to find a bargain.

It’s trying to be in five places at once.

This year I had an idea. Every day, as Christmas approaches, I’m going to start my day by giving a gift.

The women walk in from the cold to swap hugs and share hellos. We place Christmas treats on the counters and presents under the tree. Before we officially begin the evening, we pause to pray. And my beautiful friend Kelli includes these words, "God, please receive the joyful praises of our laughter."

Those words ring in my ears like sweet bells all night as I listen to giggles, chuckles and outright fits of giddiness. These women, the Apples group at my church, know how to have a good time. And as I reflect on it later I realize that, yes, their laughter sure sounded a lot like praise.

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