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Hebrews 10:23-25 Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for He who promised is faithful. And let us consider how we may spur one another towards LOVE and GOOD DEEDS. Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another_ and all the more as you see the DAY approaching.

I began this blogging journey exactly 4 months ago today. And yesterday’s post was the 100th. For me, it has been a great honor to be able, through the internet media to reach out to my fellow brethren across the globe with the Word of God. I am thankful for the Lord’s enabling power through the Holy Spirit’s anointing for each and every word that has gone forth to encourage, uplift, uphold and even admonish so that the body of Christ which I am a part of, may be inspired to live holy and sanctified lives unto the Lord.

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Luke 2:8 And there were shepherds LIVING out in the fields near by, keeping watch over their flock at night.

We are in the Christmas month. And Yes, lots of activities are going on; a long list of to-do, to buy, to give, to eat, to say and the silent hope that this Christmas will be one of your best-ever. And although you don’t put it in words, you pray the magic of Christmas will endure long enough into the next year and keep you through to the next one.

But for you as a Christian, Christmas is meant to be much more than just a magical time at the end of each year. With the beautiful Christmas decors everywhere, gifts, kind smiles, Christmas carols and whatever else Christmas related, these are simply the extras, the RESIDUE that comes along with the Christmas package, that is the baby in a manger. While, it is good and right to create the prefect atmosphere for Christmas celebrations, the point can be easily missed. You should always remember when the CHRIST OF CHRISTMAS was born 2000 years ago, his world too was busy and preoccupied to notice his birth let alone rejoice. In any case, a consensus was more urgent then, so they missed the most important moment in the history of mankind: THE BIRTH OF THE SAVIOR OF THE WORLD.

However, thankfully, there were a few shepherds LIVING OUT their lives as normal…yes, tending their flocks day and night as they always did. The CENSUS had not preoccupied their time nor lives: their hearts were right, their ears were alert, their mouths were ready and their hands were open and when Christmas first happened, they were the first to know. You see, they did not go looking out for Christmas but rather Christmas came out looking for them. And that was the HIGHLIGHT of their shepherd year, one which they lived to tell many and generations which includes YOU and ME.

The question goes out to you. Are you looking for the magic (RESIDUE) of CHRISTMAS or will you let the Christ (HIGHLIGHT) of CHRISTMAS come looking out for you?