Most never consider that the purpose of Christmas has anything to do with this.
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Take it from a woman who is spending her first Christmas without her husband.
Don't let Satan turn your Christmas into a tragedy. God's purpose in you is not finished.
Here is how you can prevent loneliness and depression that come from the enemy to rob you of your joy this season.
We can take a hint from the Magi from the East.
How has this joyous season turned into a never-ending story of stress, traffic, long lines and unachievable event attendance?
Frankly, it's what He wants from you all year round.
By performing this exercise, this pastor learned even the "little" things are important as well.
This Thanksgiving, remember the three keys to walking in peace with the Lord.
Here are some suggestions to ease your personal Christmas blues or empower you to help someone else dealing with grief and loneliness.
If it weren't for God's generosity, we would have nothing.
One cannot contemplate the glory of this season without pondering the music that accompanies this most triumphant time of year.
Is your Christmas shaping up to be more of a hassle than a Christ-centered holiday?
This Christmas, let the nativity story sing into our hearts.
This Christmas, let the Christ of Christmas fill the void and loss you have in your heart and life.
The greatest thing we can to do honor the Lord is to imitate Him. Here are some steps to take to give generously with wisdom.
You don't have to go into debt to finance your family's Christmas. Besides, God doesn't want you to.
The culture of Christmas has a voice and a particular purpose. Don't fall victim to it. Embrace the manger instead.
Let these verses guide your heart this holiday season and beyond.
It is so easy to take things for granted and to grumble and complain—unless we catch ourselves and intentionally cultivate a thankful heart. Larry Tomczak offers 10 talking points for your Thanksgiving table.