December 22, 2014
A very heartfelt Merry Christmas to all of you who have taken the time to read, support, and encourage me throughout 2014. I can't thank you enough and even though I don't know all of you personally, I hope in some small way you have been blessed by what you read on this blog.
This has been an incredible year for me and my family. There is much to be thankful for and much to look forward to as well. As we look to 2015, I can tell you that there are many great things planned including a new book on prayer.
But for the moment, I want to once again wish you and your family a Merry Christmas. May it be filled with the richness of Christ's love and may peace pervade in your hearts as you gather with those you love.
We look forward to serving you in 2015, and once again thank you for being a part of the journey with me.
That night there were shepherds staying in the fields nearby, guarding their flocks of sheep. 9 Suddenly, an angel of the Lord appeared among them, and the radiance of the Lord's glory surrounded them. They were terrified, 10 but the angel reassured them. "Don't be afraid!" he said. "I bring you good news that will bring great joy to all people. 11 The Savior-- yes, the Messiah, the Lord-- has been born today in Bethlehem, the city of David! 12 And you will recognize him by this sign: You will find a baby wrapped snugly in strips of cloth, lying in a manger." (Luke 2:8-12 NLT)
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