Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

"Hang a shining star upon the highest bow..."  So many have sweetly crooned this beautiful classic Christmas song.  That star, as I celebrate, brightly reflects hope and promise.  As it first guided shepherds and wise men to the Hope of the ages, who came in the form of a baby, so it can still shine in our hearts today as we welcome that same resurrected jesus to be our perfect Hope.  It is interesting how this season can bring such tenderness.  The glow of soft candles and twinkling lights seem to be everywhere.  

Light.  Another representation of hope.  Another glittering reminder of promise.  Friends, we all know there are long, hard nights...but there IS light....and just a small amount can illuminate the darkest places.  One star brought men many miles to find eternal truth.  Hang your star this year and have yourself a merry and hope-filled little Christmas.


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Lorn(non-registered)
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"Every song that I write comes from my own personal experience.  i believe the role of an artist is to interpret reality through a system of beliefs and a long-term seeking of truth, in your own life and in the world at large."  Dan Folgelberg

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