Women of a New Season: Please come home for Christmas


John 6: 14:  No man can come to me, except the Father which has sent me draw him; and I will raise him up at the last day.

The Eagles had a hit Christmas song, ages ago called, Please Come Home For Christmas.  I love that song and still play it.  It’s a blues type song and has been performed by many singers.  My humble opinion? The Eagles do it best!

We have a Savior Jesus, who loves us dearly and I believe He is trying to draw us back to Himself.  You may never have known Christ or you may have served Him faithfully for years and due to some circumstance fell away and now you feel too unworthy to try to come back. Never fear, He wants you to come home to Christmas.  He is Christmas.  

Did you ever wonder if Christmas is celebrated in Heaven?  It is: Revelation 7: 11:  All the angels were standing around the throne and around the elders and the four living creatures. They fell down on their faces before the throne and worshiped God.

Merry CHRISTmas!!! Jesus came to earth, born of a virgin, taught about the Father, died for your sins and mine, and rose again so that we too would rise unto eternal life.  He is coming back soon.  You can count on it, it’s going to happen.  Will He find you ready?  When the Rapture occurs, and it will, are you going to be found watching, waiting and anticipating His coming?

If you aren’t ready, you will certainly have the blues, right in the midst of choirs singing Silent Night.  Right in the midst of parties, weddings, feasts and merry-making.  You will miss it all.  In the song, he says, “Won’t you tell me you’ll never more roam? That Christmas will find you home.  There will be no more sorrow, no grief and pain.  That’s from the Eagles song.  But, doesn’t it ring a bell in your spirit?  This column today is a real GODWINK, to the unsaved and backslidden. Jesus is saying to you, “Please come home for Christmas.”  He is Christmas.  

Come to Him now, don’t miss out.  Don’t be sleeping as Bethlehem was on that night so long ago when He came the first time.  See you at Home.  

Until next time!

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