Christmas Morn


And so it has come…


Whether you have a large Christmas tree, a small one, or none at all, Christmas has still come.


Whether you have heaps of gifts, just a few gifts, or none at all to unwrap, Christmas has still come.


Whether you are filled with joy surrounded by  loved ones, or alone and grieving, Christmas has still come.


The best gift needed no tree, but died on one so you can receive the gift of eternal life with Him.


He simply loved you that much! It had nothing to do with who you were or where you were from, whether you were rich or poor, educated or illiterate.


On this day we celebrate the birth of Jesus,


He brings you the gift of new life in Him, with Him. He wants to dwell in your heart and walk with you through life’s ups and downs. All He asks is that you open your heart to Him.


When you are given a gift, your part is to open and receive it.


I have so much enjoyed sharing His story, the Christmas story, with you these last few weeks. I pray the Lord allowed you to sense Him in a special way through the retelling of the story.


Merry Christmas!

4 thoughts on “Christmas Morn

  1. Pastor Pam:

    Thank you for re telling the Christmas Story and highlighting so many details that are easily overlooked. The pictures you used with “The Christmas Story” helped to further illustrate in my mind the events surround Christ’s birth. Please keep writing!

  2. Thank you, Pam, for the poetic reminder that Christmas comes regardless of our circumstance, since it is rooted in God’s gift, not our surroundings.

    The scene of the tree and fireplace is gorgeous!

    1. Thank YOU! I had not decided whether or not to continue through Christmas as many do not, but I felt led to continue for many nit surrounded by family and friends or looking for some hope or connection.

Leave a Reply