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God's Blessings abound
God's blessings abound on this wonderful day
as we rush through the flurry
of shopping and play
We must not get caught up in these hectic times
Let's count all our blessing with heavenly rhyme
Happiness is hidden in each worried face
as we try to keep up with the seasonal pace
It's time to slow down and find a better way
to honor our Savior on His birthday
Set aside time to take a walk through the snow
Plan to spend time with someone special you know
Angels on the shelf
Reach for the angel on the shelf in the store
to give to a loved one, a friend you adore
Take a walk down the street, to see Glittering lights
invite all the family to see the wondrous sights
Drop a few dollars that the big Red Kettle needs
you will be spreading joy to the folks that it feeds
Stare at the heavens so high up above
and know God created each star with his love
The flowers on the hillside, each snowflake unique
The trees standing tall on a high mountain peak
Gaze all around at the beauty you see
He wanted to share these joyful gift with you and me
So as you meet with loved ones to share Christmas cheer
tell of the blessings God has given this year!
Christmas bible books
More Christmas magic for you!
- Mama's Christmas cake-Chocolate Mincemeat!
Memories of years gone by: childhood Christmas festivities, Apples, oranges and Mama's J
- Someone's on my rooftop
A cute poem I wrote the Christmas before Gary proposed to me in March! Snowy photos are taken at Lake Tahoe and the choral group was at a restaurant in Winsor, CA.
- Christmas Memories with Mom and Dad
If you love Christmas and memories of Christmas' past, I believe you will enjoy this poem I wrote a few years ago.
- Christmas is the time!
Christmas, what a wonderful time of year to honor our Lord and Savior. Many years ago I grew tired of the Christmas cards always looking the same and having just a few words of greeting. I decided to begin making my own Christmas cards and it seemed
- Christmas poetry just for you
A Christmas poem reminding us to take the time to enjoy the season, not get so caught up in the hustle and bustle that we forget the reason for the season-Christ's birth!