I have been feeling particularly rushed in all the regular Christmas preparation this year. For this short Advent season, it seems difficult to focus on what is really important. As always, songs have a way to speak to me and make me pause. As I was singing along to the Christmas piece “In the Bleak Midwinter”, I found myself in a sudden pause at the fourth verse:
The words made me think of my relationship with the Christ Child. The words made me think about what I would give him if I were meeting him by his crib. For those of us who are parents, as we go about helping Santa putting smiles on the children’s faces on Christmas morning, how would you help Santa decide on what to put in the stocking for Jesus?
May the remaining time of Advent of yours be one filled with hope, and that your Christmas season be one filled with joy and peace!
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