My husband and friends could tell you I am not usually a sentimental person. But for some reason, I have been thinking a lot about my folks and sisters and Christmases past. I want to take this opportunity to thank the Lord for my parents and how loving and good they were to me all those years growing up. I know Scott feels the same way about his folks. As the weather gets cooler, I’m reminded of drinking a “hot Dr. Pepper” served by Scott’s mom one time on a cold wintry day when we were dating. And the decorations on main street in our small town added so much to the season. Ah…thank you Lord for great memories! I’m sure some of you have treasured memories also.
May the Lord bless you this year with much awareness that you are loved by the Lord, family and (if you are part of a church, by the church family). May you be truly blessed as you reflect on the wonder of God’s provision and plan for you his child. He came as the Christ child and he will return as the Conquering King! To God be the glory! He sent us his son!!
This is Delores, for the two of us.
“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” Romans 15:13