While a lot of the Christmas holiday has been over-run by consumerism and greed that has become so prevalent in our culture, for me looking back to God’s word really brings me hope.
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It can be easy to get caught up in all the commercialism that comes along with Christmas these days, and allow the focus of the day become more about us – instead of about Him (Jesus Christ). For me, one thing that always gets me back into the celebratory mood is a reading of the […]