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'Tis the Season

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It's at this time of year when we .... contemplate the blessings that have set before us. I try to do that all year round, but perhaps its the cold weather, the Christmas songs, or the kindness of others that brings me to think about just how good life really is.

Sure there are some people in this world who just don't get it. Some have so much hate in their hearts that they can't be introspective to the point of actually saying the Lord's prayer and saying to God: "Thank you for all the blessings you've put before me." Those people I do pity. And pray that they will find the peace and serenity that comes when you have God and Jesus in your life.

No - I'm not a big church going person. Raised Catholic, we were expected to be in Church every Sunday. Yet as I got older, I'll admit to it, I don't go to Church as much as I should. Still, that does not diminish my love of God. He's blessed me with a great family. He's given me a great parents (may they now rest in peace), a loving wife and two fantastic children (both are now grown). He's blessed me with material things as well and seen to it that we have a house over our head and food on our table. I am truly humbled by his generosity.

I wanted to share this with you as I believe we all need to keep the reason for the season in perspective. It's not about us, it's about exalting Him. It's about PUTTING Christ into Christmas and not letting the disbelievers and the politically correct run amok over our blessed holiday by removing Christ from Christmas.

The season is about giving. Giving of yourself to others, to your family and to God.

May you all have discovered this and have a very Merry Christmas and New Year.

Written by Gary

Sunday 05 December 2010 at 9:20 pm

Posted in News & Editorials

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