MERRY CHISTMAS! : LUSENET : A.M.E. Today Discussion : One Thread

Merry Christmas everyone. Praise God for the gift of his son to the dark world to bring us to the light. Let us not forget the reason for the season please share some thoughts about what the birth of christ into this world means to you personally. Please share some scripture that you like reading at this time of year. Would you have been obedient as the wise men to seek the Christ Child. Let's take time to focus on the reason for the season. Feel free to share what your church is doing for the Christmas season. Thank you God for the gift of your Son!

-- Anonymous, December 14, 2002


Merry Christmas one and all

Whether you are in snow covered mountains or in the scorching heat. May God Bless You with the still and quiet reality that he sent his son under the most humbling of circumstances that we might have life eternal.

To Rev. Denise, Rev. John, Rev. Paris and every member of Clergy who writes in. To all of my Brothers and Sisters in the laity and to the Bishops who read I pray for God's Blessings over each and every one of you. May your travels be safe and your re-unions a blessing. May the worship of our great God be paramount.My Prayer also for those who are in mourning this year who have suffered loss. Many of our soldiers have passed this year. Let us not forget those families this year who do not have that special someone with them.

From My Family to Yours Bro. Nalton

p.s. Our Church School wrote and produced a Christmas play entitled the Animal Christmas Tale, the story as told by the animals. This was written by one of our Church School Teachers and full costume production by the members of the Church to a full house theater. To God be the Glory

-- Anonymous, December 17, 2002

Bro. Nalton Merry Christmas to you, your family and the entire Bermuda conference. As I am typing this post it is snowing heavily in my town. God has answered our prayers for my town is a ski resort town and we have not had much snow. It looks like our ski resort will open this weekend and I who do not ski, will be going snow shoeing. Yahoo! There is perfect joy in knowing that God loves us so much that he sent his son into this world to bring love, hope and new life. Christ the King is born. May we all celebrate this great gift by sharing the good news with others.

-- Anonymous, December 17, 2002

I plan to spend Christmas with my family, visiting and enjoying the fellowship! My shopping is complete and I am ready to just "chill." To all of my friends..."Have a blessed Christmas and a joyous new year!" Sister Denise...Stay warm! Brother Bill...Stay at Home!!! Also, thanks Prof. Bill...I like my new moniker (Parson Ray...From Around the Way)!

-- Anonymous, December 19, 2002

Ray when I wrote my post three days ago. It was snowing heavily. It warmed up and all the snow has MELTED! So please everyone pray for snow for Bozeman, Montana. My town is a ski resort town. And to not have snow this time of year is unheard of. It is actually balmy for us. It is 30 degrees. It should be about 10 degrees and well below zero at night;-) But the sun is out, everyone is trying to stay positive. Though alas I had planned on going shoeing this weekend. But since there is no snow. I will have to seek advice from Bro. Bill and Bro. Nalton as to how to celebrate Christmas without snow. We have never had this happen;-) Merry Christmas everyone!

-- Anonymous, December 19, 2002

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