Tuesday

Merry, Meaningful Christmas

Dear Subscribers and Readers,
I wish you a wonderful, Christ-filled Christmas.

I would love to hear your suggestions--are there subjects you would like me to consider for devotions in 2013? I'd love to have your input and I will prayfully consider each suggestion.
Thanks!
Gail


For to us a child is born,
to us a son is given,
and the government will be on his shoulders.
And he will be called
Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
Isaiah 9:6

I really appreciate your comments, questions, and suggestions. Thanks!

18 comments:

  1. Hi and a very merry and blessed Christmas to you and your family. Absolutely LOVE your blog. a ton of wisdom and good stuff in such a short way. Keep up the good work. If there was a subject I think I would like to see you tackle it would be on suffering, I think. God bless you always, all ways Joe C.

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    1. Thank you so much, Joe. I'm encouraged by your kind comments. And I appreciate hearing that you'd like to heard more about dealing with suffering. I will pray about including some devotions on that subject as I plan and write this coming year.

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  2. I would like to see a topic around the idea of how to talk with God.

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    1. Thanks, Derek, for taking the time to give me a suggestion. I will pray about including some devotions on that subject.

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  3. Dear Gail,
    Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family. Thanks for all the wonderful things you post in your blog which with my busy life, has been everything I have read in the last year : (
    Not much reading, but it has been enough to sustain me at His feet, trusting Him. Grateful for you always!
    Would you consider writing on a topic that is very common for women? "envy".
    Thanks

    Marta

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    1. Dear Marta, thanks so much for your friendship and encouragement. I will pray about including some devotions that deal with the subject of envy. Thanks for the suggestion.

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  4. Merry Christmas to you Gail. Many thanks to you for the 1 minute Bible Love notes. I would ask you to pray for our country and the leaders that God may show them how to lead and guide their hearts.
    Joe

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    1. Thanks, Joe, for the encouragement. I appreciate it a lot. I thank you for the reminder to pray for our country and I think it might be a good idea to include some devotions on this subject as well. Thanks.

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  5. Gail, I love the variety of topics that you have touched on in 2012. Seems like you always speak on something that applies to my life at that time. I don't have any suggestions, but just share what God puts on your heart.

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    1. Thanks, Brenda. I always appreciate your input/insights.

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  6. Over the past few months I have opened your posts to find beautiful statements on how truly much God knows and loves us personally. Sometimes they have brought tears to my eyes because your words were all I needed to stop fretting over some real -or imaginary- problem that I thought I had to resolve all by myself. My suggestion would be to continue these as I am sure I am not the only one who benefitted from them! Thank you!

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    1. Thank you so much for this kind and encouraging comment. You don't know how much it blesses me. I pray I will continue to share things in ways that bless God and others.

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    1. I have a whole series on marriage if you click on the small photo titled "Marriage" at the top of the page. And I plan to continue to add to that series. In addition, I will pray about the subjects of separation and divorce and see if there are things that God would have me share in 2013. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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  8. How a Christian can forgive when a loved one has been assaulted/(gang-raped)/ murdered/ shot, etc

    Forgiveness for what seems unpardonable by human standards. For example, put yourself in the shoes of the parents of one of the children killed in the December 14, 2012 shooting at Sandy Brook Elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.

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    1. Yes, forgiveness is such an important and often a difficult aspect of our Christian life. I already have one devotion scheduled that addresses this forgiveness in an especially tragic situation. It's called "White Shoes and Angels" and is tentatively scheduled for February 1. But I will pray about including more on this subject as well. Thanks for sharing this idea.

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