The birth of Jesus Christ brought humanity joy, elation, and celebration, and we will commemorate that birth.
Consider going back to the start of this year and asking yourself, “What exactly did I do right to deserve such mercy and compassion?”
Some folks have given up hope that things would improve for them this year. Some have concluded that the miracles and breakthroughs they have been praying for will not occur.
“The year is finished, we start over next year,” a buddy told me a few days ago. He’s already determined that nothing positive will happen to him this year, and I told him, ‘the year isn’t finished, and God isn’t done with you yet.’
We can’t encounter December and not celebrate. This is the month in which God bestowed His son to the earth. A youngster who brought joy and festivity to the world.
Take some time to reflect on this year, and I’m sure you’ll find something to smile about and say, “Thank you, Lord.” That smile will not only lift you up, but it will also provide you a cause to celebrate this month without reservation.
Begin your celebration by meditating on this word;
But the angel said to them, ‘Don’t be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people.
– Luke 2:10 (NIV).
We wouldn’t miss any opportunity to congregate and celebrate in God’s presence throughout this month of joy. Join us today for our midweek service at 6p.m. (WAT), as we continue the JOYFUL celebration online here.
And “Joy to the world, the Lord is come.”
We’re approaching the biggest Christmas concert in Nigeria (if I may say so); The Daystar Christmas Carol, and believe me when I say you don’t want to miss it. It’s on Sunday, December 11, 2022, live in Daystar, and the theme is ‘The Comforter.’
Remember, you are loved!