Christmas carols playing on the radio-
A festiveness is in the air.
Pies are baking in the oven.
Excitement is everywhere!
Smiles and hellos are readily exchanged;
To total strangers whose names are unknown.
Children are happy and on their best behavior
Hoping for the latest trend or iPhone.
What is the reason for this jubilance?
It’s Jesus! Our
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Unfortunately for others,
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The fig tree does not bud
olive crop fails
no grapes on the vine
fields produce no food
When anxiety was great within me
believe in Him – rejoice – pray
You are my hiding place for this is God’s will
I will be joyful in God my Savior
Make known to me the path of life
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