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"When Jesus called that Christmas week I wasn't at my best;
And the house was much too cluttered to entertain a guest.
He seemed to notice everything, the card still unaddressed,
The gifts piled high awaiting wraps, the baking and the rest.
He eyes fell on the evergreen and the presents 'neath the tree,
It's my birthday that you celebrate—what are you giving me?
'What am I giving him?' I thought; ashamed no words I found.
So many costly things I'd bought, he looked at me and frowned.
I prayed he'd let the question pass, but when he did persist,
I blurted out the truth at last, you were not on my list." (Louise Teisberg )

Is Jesus on your list this Christmas?

What special gift are you giving to Jesus this Christmas?



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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Dec 4, 2008
    • I am thinking:
      What gift am I going to give to the King of Kings?
      He has everything.
      He created me
      He knows me well
      He knows my situation in and out.
      So what I am going to give Him?
      How am I going to figure this out?
      I am still thinking....tongue out

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      Mz. Queen wrote Dec 5, 2008
    • This presents the question, “what do you give a person who has everything?”  

        My answer,
      I’m going to give Jesus more of me!
      my hands
      my feet
      my heart
      my mind
      so that he can have his way with me
      all the time.

      much love

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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Dec 5, 2008
    • "Christ has no body on earth but yours,
      No hands but yours,
      No feet but yours.
      Yours are the feet with which
      He goes about doing good,
      And yours are the hands with which
      He is to bless us now."  - St. Theresa of Avila

      Teresa of Avila (1515–1582)           Born in Spain, Teresa entered a Carmelite convent when she was eighteen, and later earned a reputation as a mystic, reformer, and writer who experienced divine visions. She founded a convent, and wrote the book The Way of Perfection for her nuns. Other important books by her include her Autobiography and The Interior Castle.

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