Thursday, December 22, 2011

Merry Christmas!

15 comments:

Sandy said...

This is a precious poem of such truth. Jesus is always right there, waiting to speak His words of love to us. I am going to pin this on my Pinterest board so everyone can read it and be blessed.
I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas.
Love,
Sandy

Debbie said...

This is beautiful Sonja! A good reminder as a letter from Jesus; love that. Wishing you a blessed Christmas with your family. You are very special to me.

Love you,
Debbie

Vee said...

Wonderful! It's always been on of my favorite Christmas pieces. Thank you for sharing it today.

Saija said...

i have received this exact card - a few years back ... sentiment remains timeless!

and thank you for dropping by my blog, sonja - i have a sister named sonja - it's a lovely name ... *smile* ...

blessings on your christmas time!

Rita said...

This is a beautiful reminder! I wish you a very Merry Christmas!

Debbie said...

Perfect! I love this poem. Wishing you a blessed and joyous Christmas! Looking forward to 2012!! HUGS

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I have found Him. Hallelujah!!!! PEACE MY DEAR! Anita

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Thanks for sharing...and Merry Christmas!!

Farm Girl said...

Have a wonderful day and blessings from me to you. Thank you for always blessing my life, Sonja.

Just Be Real said...

Sonja thank you for sharing this lovely poem. Blessings to you and yours at this time.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh darling Sonja,

Is it NOT the most wonderful "fairytale" that anyone could find themselves in????? HE IS REAL, HE LIVES and so will we...wow, I am tearing up here...gotta go get my turkey ready!

PEACE!!!!!! Anita

Ruben Rivera said...

Sonja
I love this Christmas gift card "from Jesus." One of the lines that stood out to me was: "You'll have to look beyond the stores..." This is one of the things I was trying to convey in my poem "Crazy Gift" Because as much fun and virtually inescapable as consumer Christmas is, it is not the "reason for the season." Christ is. And God's greatest gift did not come like anyone expected, not at all: all pretty and tied up with a ribbon, as it were. He came to the world crudely -- in the midst of scandalous rumors about his mother, persecuted, exiled and born in a feeding trough. It was simply, wondrously, crazy.
Hallelujah!
Ruben

M.K. Roth said...

Amen!!
What really spoke to me was "... You'll have to look beyond...,"

This is so beautiful, and has brought great joy to my heart. Thank you so much Sonja for sharing this.

God bless you friend and your family. I want to wish you and your family a blessed Christmas filled with love and great joy.
~ Michele

Judy said...

Merry Christmas Sonja!

I've been absent from blogging for a while.

Hope you have a blessed holiday week and new year celebration.

Judy

Crown of Beauty said...

Wishing you blessings of the Christmas season, dear Sonja. As you know my Norwegian blog friends will always have a special place in my heart! May you experience abundant joy and peace as this year comes to an end...

And may hope fill your heart for the coming year.

Much love
Lidia