I pray the day is finding you well.
We had a wonderful communion service last night.
We transformed the YMCA Gym into a sacred space. The theme was to be relaxed and casual. We music, thank you Kaleb and Jessi. We had the elements set up and prayer stations which we manned. People would come in, listen to the music, when they were ready they would come sit with us at a station. We would administer the elements and then pray with and over them. The service was supposed to last until 6pm. It lasted until 7:30pm.
People just kept coming.
Chirstmas is a funny season.
It heightens our senses.
When life is going well, Christmas is a very joyous season.
When life has turmoil, Christmas can be rather tough.
I am amazed at the number of people that are having a tough time.
I am also amazed how the simple act of prayer can lift peoples hearts.
I am humbled to be part of Christs redemptive work, giving me the opportunity to show people His love and His desire for their lives.
As beautiful as last nights service was, I cannot get over the feeling of, "What if we had not had a service at our YMCA?" I know that some of these people would have gone to a church. I also know that many of these people would not have gone to a church, for whatever reason.
This is the time when we focus on the birth of Christ. A time when, "The word became flesh and made His dwelling among us." (John 1:14)
It is a time to remember that God loves us so much that He sent His only begotten Son so that we may have eternal life.
That is a great big Love. A love that we cannot even wrap our minds around.
During this season whether life, at the moment, is going great or you are having a tough time; remember these things.
God loves you.
Christ is with you.
Christ is the reason for the season.
Merry Christmas everyone & amy the blessing of God dwell in you richly.