Advent Day 24 Silent Night

Merry Christmas!!! It is here!! It has came!! Even though it says day 24 this is what was on for Christmas Day! When I think of Silent Night, I think of people gathered around singing and no other noises around. A peaceful time of just thinking about Christmas. 

Something different for verses as we're in Jeramiah 23 that prophecies of the good news!

 5 “For the time is coming,”
says the Lord,
“when I will raise up a righteous descendant
from King David’s line.
He will be a King who rules with wisdom.
He will do what is just and right throughout the land.
6 And this will be his name:
‘The Lord Is Our Righteousness.’
In that day Judah will be saved,
and Israel will live in safety.

Silent Night

Glories stream from heaven afar. Heavenly hosts sing Hallelujah!

Christ the Savior is born! Christ the Savior is born!

When I was a child, we were poor. We rarely bought anything other than necessities throughout the year. About two months before Christmas, my parents asked me to write a list of all the things I wanted. I would pour through catalogs, go to stores (this was before the internet and cyber-browsing), and dream about all the things I could possibly enjoy for the coming year. After my list was complete, I anxiously anticipated the gifts that would appear under the tree. The waiting felt like years, but it was worth it. Christmas morning was the best day! I spent the rest of the year enjoying my new toys!

God’s children, for hundreds of years, had anticipated the arrival of their Savior. Parents told their children of the coming King: the one who would save them all. Their kids told their kids. Everyone was anxiously awaiting the One they had heard about. The arrival of Jesus, their Savior, was a holy night. The heavens rejoiced. Angels sang. Shepherds quaked at the sight. At Christmas, we remember this day that heaven came to earth! The day God fulfilled His promise! The day God became man to redeem his children from a broken world. Your savior is here. He is present! You don’t have to anticipate something you already have. Celebrate. Enjoy the gift you have received!

Question:

In what areas of your life are you waiting and anticipating God’s presence?

I guess answers to prayers sometimes, being able to be home in Heaven.

One thought on “Advent Day 24 Silent Night

  1. Silence sometimes is so precious as we have time to reflect on what God has done and is doing. I do like to go outside some times in the evening and walk about behind the barn where it's quiet, dark and just gaze up into the wonders of heaven and appreciate God's awesomeness. That is most easily done when in silence.

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