Are you in need of a miracle? There’s no better time than Christmas to receive your miraculous gift from God. The events that surround the birth of our Savior are so miraculous in every way imaginable–and then some. No matter the need you are facing you can find hope for your miracle in the historical events of Jesus’ birth.

Let’s look at some of these events and see how they can impact our lives today. Read More. …

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Merry Christmas!

6 thoughts on “Your Miracle for Christmas

  1. Merry Christmas Becky, to you and your family.
    I hope you can help me with something here.
    The beginning of this year, I was with my sister, she was driving and I was in the passenger seat and we were turning the corner to go home because we spent half the day at her daughters place babysitting. As we were driving, all of a sudden I was notified I think spiritually letting me know that I was getting a brand new vehicle. I have been praying to the Lord for a new vehicle because the one I have has a lot wrong with it. I’ve been also praying for money because I need my teeth fixed. So the question is, and what level would bring that to my attention about the vehicle? I know it’s in his timing when this is going to happen but I feel like it’s very close. I’m not asking like when you know it’s coming but that’s the feeling I get.

  2. My mother in The Lord
    There is a question I have not found the answer.
    Is Christmas Day 25th of December the Birth of our Lord,Jesus Christ?
    If God wanted us to celebrate the birth of our Father it would have been written in our manual instruction -Bible.
    Christmas was a Roman idea of their gods brought into the church in the days of Constantine .
    Could it be that they are helping the Roman worshipping their Sun gods?
    May the Holy Spirit minister to you about this my thought.

    1. I don’t agree with you. I will forever be thankful that the Father sent His Son, Jesus to this earth in the form of a human being to redeem us from satan and all of his wicked works. I realize that Dec 25th is not the actual day Jesus was born to a virgin named Mary. But it is the day that many Christians around the earth celebrate this great event together. And I choose to rejoice with them, not only on this day, but every day I celebrate Him and His redeeming love. I refuse to be religious and staunch in my walk with Him. That’s just not a good witness. The world needs to see Christians that are actually joyful, instead of prideful and condemning. My family’s Christmas celebration is centered on Jesus. And we make the most of this celebration and give into the lives of many around us.

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