It’s Christmas! Born Is the King!

Be sure to see the thoughts on Proverbs today over at Proverbial Thought!

In our world today is much pain and sadness. Whether it is from the loss of a child, sibling, parent, grandparent, husband, wife, or friend; the pain of divorce; the shame of losing everything; the misery of an illness; or any other unhappy and unjust circumstance, there are plenty of people who find today another reminder of their loss and suffering.

We must remember all those who see sadness at Christmas. We must pray for them, sit and talk with them (usually listening), and offer our encouragement.

We must also remember that giving our God praise in all things can help us with … anything, really. It is amazing how our spirits can be lifted, our health can feel better, and our overall demeanor can improve.

Therefore, on this Christmas Day, we remember One has come who was born King of the Jews … and of all Creation!

To help encourage you this day, here is Hillsong with Born Is the King (It’s Christmas!):

Here are the lyrics to help with singing along:

Born unto us this day a Savior
Gifted from heaven to a manger
The hope of the world
A light for all mankind
All of the earth rejoice
It’s Christmas time

[Chorus]
So lift up your voice and sing out His praise
It’s Christmas
Born is the King, rejoice in the day
It’s Christmas
Make a joyful sound
It’s Christmas
Let His praise resound
It’s Christmas

Goodwill to all the earth
And peace divine
All of the earth rejoice
It’s Christmas time
It’s Christmas time

[Chorus x2]

MERRY CHRISTMAS! OUR SAVIOR HAS COME!

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  1. Reblogged this on catholicboyrichard and commented:
    I LOVE DANIEL KLEM and his childlike (NOT childish, there is a big difference!) love for our Lord Jesus Christ…read..enjoy…and Blessed Christmas all.

    • You give me such kind words, brother Richard! Thank you, and Merry Christmas!

      • Thanks, I have been checking my blog less of late and just found this comment. I appreciate it. And hopefully all is well. Merry Christmas to you and yours also!

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