Sunday, December 5, 2010

The Reason for the Season: SUNDAY, December 5, 2010

The holidays will soon be here.
The time we’re ‘sposed to brim with cheer.

Twinkling lights and stunning tree
Cards and gifts for all to see.

Sweets and drinks and chips with dips
Scrooge, please spare expanding hips.


Amidst the flurry of the season
We must contemplate the reason.

A baby in a bed of hay
Changed the world from where he lay.

Sweet Baby Jesus is the reason
For this most sweet, amazing season

Hope yours is blessed to the very brim
But please remember to think of Him.


diane stetson said...

Baby Jesus born tonight
Bless us all with your holy light
You were born to keep us free
A shining star atop the Christmas tree.
Angel choirs announced your birth
Please bring us all peace on earth!

Linda O'Connell said...

At this holy time of year
we should all keep baby Jesus near.
Thanks for the reminder, Susan. This is a beautiful nativity scene.

Terri Tiffany said...

Lovely! Your pictures are always so vivid--is it the background?

Bookie said...

How nicely put, Susan. It does seem that the meaning of Christmas is lost so much of the time. I love Advent, that feeling of expectation, of preparing. I like the whole month, not just Christmas Day. A friend told me once that during December the angels are the closest to the earth and it does feel like people I have lost are more "with me"--or I with them.
Have a good Sunday!

Susan said...

Welcome to Karin, this blog's 151st Follower.

As a matter of fact, welcome to ALL Followers, you dear, sweet people.

Just for the record, welcome to all readers, even if you are not Followers. Sending hugs to ALL! Susan

Leann said...

Perfect! Love the photo and the verse!


LDH said...

Lovely words and beautiful photo!
Wishing you a very happy week ahead, Susan!

Heaven's Walk - said...

God bless you, Susan! :)

xoxo laurie

Chatty Crone said...

151 gals - whew.

I think your pictures are good from the camera you have!

Jesus is the reason for the season.


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