I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas filled with all the blessings of God. As we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, remember the love that God had for us. God gave us the greatest gift of all, his son, who was born in a manager, died for our sins on that old rugged cross, arose on the third day and is now at the right hand of the father. It is the will of God that no not one should perish, but that all should have eternal life. Ephesians 2:8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God. We must be born again to enter into the kingdom of heaven. We have to come to Jesus and admit that we are a sinner, repent of our sins and ask him to come into our heart and forgive us of our sins. Let your life be a light to someone that they may see the love of Christ in you.
In my profession as a Funeral Director my first thought when someone passes away is that I hope that they were a born again Christian. They will spend eternity in heaven. This is one of the greatest comforts a family can have. If they are also born again they know that they will see their loved one again someday. We live in a day and time where God is being taken out of everything. We need to take a stand for what is right. It is not Happy Holidays, but Merry Christmas. It is not a Family Tree, but a Christmas tree. Don’t let them take down the manager scenes and the Ten Commandments. There was even an article today in one of the newspapers in our state that State Employees cannot receive a Christmas card from someone on the job. I don’t know what our leaders are thinking.

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