The Gift ~ (Guest Post on Southern Ohio Christian Voice)

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Are you too busy to be blessed this Christmas? In all the hurry and scurry, it’s possible to find yourself lonely and lost in a crowd.

Away in a manger, no crib for a bed, the little Lord Jesus laid down His sweet head. They sought shelter, but there was no room in the inn. Jesus wants to shelter in our hearts. Is there room within?

Maybe that something you’re looking for is someone—the Someone called Jesus and the gift of Himself, His comfort, His peace…

Click HERE to continue reading my Christmas guest post on Southern Ohio Christian Voice.(And make sure to check out their other great articles. 🙂

I hoped to get a new post up here before Christmas, but life has been intense lately. Our family would appreciate your prayers as we work through some circumstances. So grateful for grace and that Jesus never leaves us or forsakes us. No matter the season or circumstance, there is joy in the presence of the Prince of Peace.

Blessed to write for God; thankful for for the privilege of sharing my words with you. Hoping you will consider sharing them with others.

Merry Christmas! Praying Jesus pours out his peace and blessings on you and yours at Christmas and in the coming new year. (Yes, that is the sign we put on our house every year. 🙂 )

Rachael

Click HERE to continue reading my Christmas guest post, The Gift, on Southern Ohio Christian Voice.

© 2019  Rachael M Colby  | Tattoo It On Your Heart

Author: Rachael M Colby

Born and raised in Jamaica, award winning writer Rachael M Colby resides in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Wife, mom, bona fide beach bum, avid Tweeter, and creator of TattooItOnYourHeart.com—a place for seekers, followers, and writers. Rachael writes to glorify God and encourage others. She addresses culturally relevant questions connecting everyday life with Christianity’s answers through Christian inspirational, motivational, and apologetic articles, devotions, interviews, poetry, and children’s picture books.

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