TWAS THE WEEK AFTER CHRISTMAS…

Twas the week after Christmas, and all through the house,
Our spirits were lifted, our steps had a bounce.

Not the usual Christmas, our gathering small,
But the joy in our glad hearts could fill up a mall.

As we packed decorations, we had a bright thought,
We’d keep Christ in Christmas, not just things store-bought.

We’ll ring in the new year, grateful indeed,
To serve the dear Savior in both words and in deed.

Because Christmas is more than a date on a page,
It’s more than a Santa or plays on a stage.

Christmas reminds us of the birth of our Savior,
His sacrifice treasured more than gifts in a manger.

Throughout this new year, we’ll live with His love,
And worship Jesus, God’s plan from above.

The simple message of John 3:16 still rings clear and true. God’s abundant love compelled Him to give His one and only son so that when we believe we’ll have life everlasting!

By faith
Eternal
Life
Is
Easily
aVailable to
Everyone

Free!! To all who will believe (Romans 6:23).
God bless you and Happy 2021!!

By Amre Cortadino

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16 Replies to “TWAS THE WEEK AFTER CHRISTMAS…”

  1. I love this poem and the reminder that the wondrous gift of our Savior’s birth should be carried with us throughout the year.

    May you have a Happy and Successful New Year with an abundance of Blessings!

  2. Good job of bringing a smile to our lips and a message to our hearts:)

    I also appreciated Dave’s passage from Luke. God was faithful to answer Simeon’s prayers and dreams.

  3. This is so good that I have to add my favorite Week After Christmas quote from Luke, when old Simeon sees the baby.

    Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace,
    according to thy word:
    30 for mine eyes have seen thy salvation,
    31 which thou hast prepared before the face of all people;
    32 a light to lighten the Gentiles,
    and the glory of thy people Israel.

    (True Christmas scriptures must be in KJV.)

    1. Amen!! Funny, I reread this portion of Scripture yesterday and just had to marvel at who Simeon was in and to the Lord!! Thank you for this reminder, Dave!! 🙂

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