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Posted by mrfixit on December 25, 2010

No hard hitting or direct non-politically correct analysis and truth today.

Today is a day to reflect on the un-earned grace that has afforded each of us a savior.

Today is a day to reflect on friends and family and to also partake in loving and kindness to each other, to grant to others the grace and forgiveness that has been granted to us all.

To recall that despite all the trouble around us, as long as we keep in focus our friends and family and take care of each other in the ways our savior has taken care of all of us, well if we do this, we will be OK, no matter what challenges this life brings.

So on this day, I post good tidings of great joy, because this day has been selected to mark the coming of a savior, a savior who would for us all bear the burden of our flaws, and by grace alone would grant us all opportunity of eternal life in heaven.

May God Bless you! Have a great and blessed Christmas and Happy New Year!

2 Responses to “MERRY CHRISTMAS”

  1. Linda Ball said

    A Very Merry Christmas to you and your family!! God Bless you.

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