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22 December 2010

Christmas greetings

May God bless you and your family 
during Christmas 
and in 2011!

To the tune of the old-old song "White Christmas", 
shares with me the following lyrics by James Ryle,
as a confirmation 
of our faith and hope 
during the coming holidays...

"I’m praying for a Christ Christmas
Just like the ones we used to know.
With the Babe in the manger,
People being friends with strangers,
And helping every needy soul.

I’m praying for a Christ Christmas
Just like it was that holy night.
May your days be filled with God’s light
And may all your Christmases have Christ."


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beth said...

merry christmas to you and your loved ones.....

Ann Nichols said...

Dear Ida,
I couldn't agree more with these lyrics!! Personally, I never want a White Christmas - a Christmas with the birds singing and butterfly's fluttering is more to my liking!! (And probably more like it was at Christ's nativity too!) So sorry your friend caught cold weather when he was visiting here... it's been Spring like ever since that week. But that's how it is here - we have a few days of cold, then a couple weeks of warm weather. And when never know when it will be warm and when it will be cold. I think it gets cold sometime just to remind us that we are in the Northern Hemisphere!
Hope your Christmas Day was just perfect!

Ida said...

Thanks Beth - and a BLESSED new year for you and yours too!

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