Saturday, December 24, 2011



Christmas is the day we celebrate love come down, 
God incarnate,
Jesus is born.

We rejoice, in His love today,
 we rejoice that He is the King of Kings!

We rejoice that He Reigns over this Earth...the victory is His!

We rejoice that He, and He alone, saves!

We rejoice that through Him we have hope!

We rejoice that through Jesus, we have relationship and fellowship because of what He has done, and not through acts of worthiness, as they did in the Old Testament!

We rejoice that He came! 
Praise the Lord!

Have you ever thought of what it would be like if He hadn't come?
Let your mind ponder that one.

The result should be unexpressible thankfulness, 
worship, and amazement.


Merry Christmas form all of us at Providence Lodge.


  1. Great family photo! May God bless you all with his love and mercy in the coming year.

  2. Dear Julianne,
    this is really hard... I recognize, that I don't want to imagine, what it would be like if He hadn't come. I think a life without Jesus would be full of fear. So I am so glad about this greatest present of all, for me, my family and all people who do believe in Him, because I can't imagine, how to live without Him.
    I wish you and your family a merry Christmas!
    We do celebrate it a bit different in Germany. So Christmas evening ist the big day. Our children get their presents under the Christmas tree on this evening after church. The next two days we are meeting all the family members. The "Christkind" (Christ-child) brings the presents for our kids.
    But of course the reason is exactly the same.
    Blessed Christmas days to you!

  3. Merry Christmas!

    I am so happy to have found your blog this year!

    It is a blessing to me!



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