As the weather gets colder and the snow begins to fall, we know that the Christmas Season is here.
This beautiful time of the year is a very special time. It is a time in which families and friends unite to celebrate the birth Of Jesus Christ.
As we celebrate this season with much joy let us not forget the less fortunate. Throughout this time of the year many people are suffering with illnesses, the loss of a loved one, some have a broken heart, some are homeless, others are hungry, some children wake up with no gifts and some hearts are full of past offenses. I hope your heart may be full of love and much forgiveness this Christmas.
Knowing that you are forgiven releases much pain, anger, hard feelings, sorrow and stress. Knowing that you are forgiven restores relationships, unites hearts nurturing happiness and harmony. Forgiveness opens many doors that would of never been opened before, it allows love to blossom, it fills each day with sunshine and it brings peace to a sorrowful aching heart.
This Christmas let us all try to practice the gift of forgiveness.
Its the best present you will ever give.