With Christmas comes the memory of the greatest gift of all time. The gift of salvation bundled up and packaged as a baby. All the prophecies from Genesis to Malachi had pointed until this event. The seed of the woman who would bruise the head of the serpent, the prince of peace, the seed of Abraham, the Annointed one, e.t.c. It’s a season of gratitude, of appreciation of love, of remembering what our lives would have been without God’s gift.
Here is wishing a wonderful season, and hoping that you remember that the most important thing at this time is not the food, the clothing or the visits, but the message of love, of kindness, of hope, of abundant life. May this Christmas, be your best ever, may you do the things that will inspire the generations after ours. And in case you have heard the statement live like everyday was your last? Don’t! Live like you have many more years ahead to bear the repercurssions of your actions or inactions. Don’t do things and don’t care what tomorrow will hold. Enjoy this season, and as we remember God’s love in this season, let there be others that remember you for your love this season.