Last Sunday was an awesome day! Our kids sang some rockin' Christmas songs at church!
I wasn't able to go to service, but my oldest daughter, Shelby, did. I asked her who gave the lesson. She said Pastor Mark. She said he told some pretty funny stories at the beginning. She thinks he's a pretty funny guy. Then I asked her what the lesson was about. Her answer made me so thankful that we go to Granger Community Church. She said Pastor Mark said that we need to remember that Christmas is Jesus' birthday, not ours. Such an amazing, true statement.
We have this tradition at our house. On Christmas morning, when we first get up (often waaaaay too early), we read the Christmas story from one of the Gospels. We pray and give thanks for all that Jesus has given to us. Then we have a "birthday brownie" cake. We put one candle for each of us on the cake then we sing happy birthday and blow the candles out. We think it's very important to make sure we put Jesus first on Christmas morning. Before we do ANYTHING else, we celebrate Him first.
We hope you and your family have a blessed Christmas and take the time to celebrate the gift that God gave us through His son, Jesus.