Christmas on a Sunday!
Without getting too political on this most holy of days, I note a prominent female said she now knows what it is like not to have any hope. Well, I’m having a different feeling. Indeed, it is opposite of hers. For the first time in a very long time I have great hope for this country and humanity! I see a great renewal coming! Not only a renewal in the American spirit, but, also a renewal for prosperity and our friendship with God’s chosen people, the Jews.
Recent events have demonstrated some people’s hatred towards the Jews. Indeed it is blatant anti-Semitism. However, because of this action of hate, it has demonstrated that many in this nation regard our relationship with Israel with profound and deep conviction.
It is a pity that most of Israel cannot see the fulfillment that came as Jesus Christ. They should read Isaiah more often.
While Christmas on a Sunday isn’t all that rare, how often does Chanukah exactly coincide with Christmas and New Years on a Sunday?
At any rate, while the above writings have much to do with the earthly considerations, let us not lose our view of the kingdom which Jesus spoke of. The greatest gift is the peace and
hope knowledge of the brightest of futures with Jesus in the kingdom of heaven, and hope for the rest of humanity to join us in blessed eternity!
Merry Christmas to all!