on Fri Dec 25, 2020 11:55 am
Hello, Friends! Here is today’s prayer…
Dear Heavenly Father,
We are grateful for this day. We are grateful to have a Savior who loves us so much, He was willing to humble Himself in such incredible ways to make a way for us. Thank you for the miracle of Christ’s birth. Thank you for revealing your goodness, grace, and glory to us. No matter where we are or what circumstances we find ourselves in today, we ask that thoughts of you and your incredible gift to us would overshadow everything else that is going on in our lives. This year has brought much turmoil and many changes and losses, but your goodness and faithfulness remain. Our celebrations may look different this year, but the reason we celebrate has not changed. A Savior, Christ the Lord, was born to save us from our sin, and no matter how dark the times, His light shines brightly in the darkness to light our world and our way.
Many are missing loved ones today. Many are isolated and alone. Many are struggling with loss and looking for a miracle. We are grateful that you, The One who named each star and holds them in their place, knows each of us by name, and you are intimately acquainted with all of our needs and all that causes us pain. The birth of Jesus reminds us that you are an ever-present, miracle-working, on-time God who provides for the needs of your children. Jesus’ birth reminds us that when you make a promise, you fulfill it. May those hurting today be reminded that Immanuel is with them, and He will never leave or forsake them. May they feel His comfort and nearness. Jesus was a man of sorrows, well acquainted with grief. He comforts us in all of our afflictions. He doesn’t just offer us help. He offers us Himself. There is no greater gift we could receive.
We worship you and bow before you with grateful, thankful hearts. We celebrate Jesus and the hope we have because of Him. You want only the best for us…you sent only your best for us…you knew then, and you know now, more than anything, we need a Savior to redeem us. We rejoice and give thanks for our Messiah, Immanuel, The Prince of Peace, and it’s in His name that we pray. Amen.
From my home to yours, I wish you a blessed and Merry Christmas, friends!
~Hope For The Brokenhearted
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