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December Scripture Writing


Thanksgiving is over and Christmas has exploded in our living room! The tree is up, the lights are hung, and it even SMELLS like peppermint (that last part could be attributed to the 2-for-1 candle deal over at Bath and Bodyworks though!). I cherish the well-loved Nativity sets that little hands have played with for the past 11 years. I love the reds, greens and whites, the twinkle of the lights, and the sparkle of the fake snow underneath our Christmas village. Honestly, I love it all.


As we enter into this season of hopeful expectation, I can't help but think about how much we all truly NEED that hope. Especially this year. Especially now. The line in "O Holy Night" that laments, "a thrill of hope, a weary world rejoices" plays over and over in my mind almost every day. Oh, how weary things can seem sometimes. It can be so very heavy. But that is exactly what Advent is all about. The waiting. The expectation of prophecy fulfilled. The LIGHT at the end of a long season of dark silence. (About 400 years passed between Malachi and the appearance of John the Baptist in the Gospel.) The birth of a child.


Jesus.


Hope.


And so, with those things in mind, I chose the scriptures for the December writing plan. I pray that as you read them and reflect, your heart will be filled with peace and the knowledge that the battle is already won. Hope is already here. The troubles here on earth cannot even begin to compare to the glory of heaven...and THAT is something that the weary world can truly rejoice over.

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