Every Christmas is a new experience as you make a lot of arrangements for your family, friends and relatives. Did you ever know, what the newly born Savior wants from you?
Christmas here and it’s a blessed time as Lord Jesus, saviour of the world took birth in a manger and star in sky shine bright reflecting the birth of redeemer.
Christmas is also about giving gifts, donations and offering praises to God. As maggi followed the star and came to meet baby Jesus, the Lord, they brought gold, frankincense and myrrh as gifts. Gifting someone at the time of Christmas, brings not only happiness, but also it is one act that pleases God.
What are you sharing or donating this Christmas? It does not matter whether a big gift or small, you’ll definitely see a great joy among receivers. St.Luke 6:38 verse says “Give, it shall be given unto you.”
God returns a hundredfold to you when you share among those who are deprived of food, clothing and shelter. It’s a wonderful experience for you too, when you see them happy enjoying the gifts you have given.
Many experts view Christmas as “little about you” and “more about others.” Inviting friends and relatives to your home and offering hospitality is most common in Christmas season. True, that it’s a time of celebration for making it as a wonderful event. Sending holiday cars and Christmas greetings is much appreciated.
Offering prayers and praising His name with Thanksgiving heart is valuable and God loves praising His name. In addition to this, a little kind heart that donates food, clothing or fulfilling any other need of poor people, is never forgotten by God and blessings already reach you in multi-fold.
God may even you call as “Santa.” Would you like God to call you as Santa? Hear His voice now.
God is good and he created all things good. No evil comes from Him.
For more than a century, Bollywood has been obsessed with love. This “love”, as depicted in Hindi movies during the twentieth century, was, somewhat different from what most people tend to associate the word today with, particularly in countries other than India.
While the usual teaching on Matthew 7:6 is that one should not share sacred occurrences with others that might not be able to understand what we are saying, I feel led in this message to present to you a deeper meaning that will guard your spiritual growth, and perhaps even your salvation, if you are truly saved in Christ..