Joy to the World Wide Web

I just wanted to take a few moments to wish all my online friends a Merry Christmas. I hope everyone has a fantastic time tonight and tomorrow with friends and family. If you've got no one to spend Christmas with (and even if you do) choose to spend some time with Jesus. Go to a Christmas Eve service, read your Bible, read the Christmas story to your kids, serve those less fortunate, bundle up and take a walk and talk to God, hug somebody who doesn't deserve it -- you get the idea.

This time of year we spend a lot of time talking about Jesus coming into the world 2000 years ago, but it really wasn't the world he wanted to enter. The whole reason the Almighty lowered himself into being a tiny, helpless baby was to provide a way to enter your heart. It may sound a little elementary talking about asking Jesus to come into your heart, but that's exactly where he wants to be. He wants you to enter a relationship with him and let his teachings, his Spirit, his Kingdom, his peace enter you and change you. He wants to make you over into something more significant than you ever dreamed of being. Don't ignore him - embrace him!

Merry Christmas, everyone!

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