Monday, December 22, 2008

Merry Christmas...


I am going to take the remainder of this week off from blogging. I had some things I wanted to write about..but for now they will have to wait. This has been one of the busiest Christmas seasons that we have had in years. I guess that tells me that I have felt better this year. Praise the Lord! As all of us probably do, I have some last minute baking and things to finish up before Thursday and a trip to San Diego in the midst of those days.

Merry Christmas to all of you who visit me here at Beside Still Waters. Thank you for your encouragement to me.

As we celebrate the birth of our Savior, we must remember that He was born for one reason... and that was to die. He died so we may live, forgiven and free from our sins. If you find yourself reading this blog today and you don't know how you came to be here...maybe it was so that I could tell you that the Babe born in a manger was born just for you. His love is the greatest love you will ever know. Embracing Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, asking Him into your heart, is the greatest gift there is. He died to give you the gift of eternal life. It's a gift you need only reach out and accept. I am praying if you have never done this before that you will today.

Merry Christmas,
Patty

5 comments:

Tea Time and Roses said...

Thank you so much Patty. I find myself coming here almost daily now, I truly enjoy the words that flow from your heart. Again, have a lovely Christmas Day!

Smiles...

Beverly

Renee said...

Merry Christmas Patty! Have a wonderful celebration of our Savior's birth.
God bless and keep you in His care.
Renee

Abounding Treasures said...

Patty,

Have a blessed Christmas with your loved ones and enjoy relaxing and your burst of *feeling better* :o)

theshepherdshouse said...

Dear Patty,

Thank you so much for sharing with us. I so appreciate your encouraging words!

Have a blessed Christmas!
Sharon

Maxine said...

Blessings to all of your family this Christmas, Patty. Hope you are enjoying your break and we'll see you when you get back.