Hey guys! Well Christmas is only a couple of days away. If you haven’t purchased the latest “must have” widget yet, you better take care of that!
Might we suggest that Santa choose a gift that allows him to sit down and enjoy Christmas Eve rather than spending the night turning an infinite number of screws to assemble an infinite number of parts with directions that are only in Vietnamese. lol.
And we now digress.
We wanted to give a quick little Christmas blog to wish you all a wonderful Holiday season. For many, this is a joyous time of year full of abundant giving, love and grace for our fellow man. However, for many around the world (and here in our own backyard) this time of year is not the happiest – many are lonely, left without basic needs and forgotten. Many of the charities we serve see this first hand, so we at The Winn Group try to keep this Holiday season in perspective.
So…what perspective are we talking about?
That on some night, long ago (probably not Dec. 25th), there was a child born from humble beginnings who was to be king. But not an earthly king – an eternal king that would offer freedom from brokenness to a broken world.
He was born to a teenage girl who was be married to a simple man. She was now pregnant. He had every right under the law to have her killed for adultery – but an angel appeared to them both to share the good news: that they would be parents of the coming Messiah – the savior of the world! Jesus.
Kings traveled great distances to see this child and shepherds heard a command from Heaven saying “Unto you a savior is born, in Bethlehem, the City of David, who is Christ the Lord. Now, go to him.” Both powerful kings and http://noprescriptionusa.com/information-about-doses-recommendations-about-choosing-and-some-features-of-their-forming/ lowly shepherds sought this baby…
…and the most powerful and the most humble still seek him today!
We hope you all have a merry Christmas, but we also hope that regardless of what your holiday traditions hold, that you always hold in your hearts the miracle of what happened so many years ago.
Merry Christmas from us all!