Spark Joy In Little Hearts With Festive Preschool Tales

The holiday season is a magical time filled with joy, wonder, and the timeless tradition of storytelling. As we gather around with our little ones, there’s something truly special about weaving tales that capture their imagination and create memories that last a lifetime.

In this festive exploration of preschool storytelling, we delve into the enchanting world of illustrated stories, short bedtime tales, and the delightful book, ‘Letter From Egypt.’ This journey is not just about reading—it’s about sparking  joy and wonder in little hearts during the most wonderful time of the year and reminding us of the miraculous events surrounding the First Nativity – a delightful addition to preschool storytelling during the holiday season.

With a focus on illustrated stories, short bedtime tales, and the delightful book ‘Letter From Egypt,’ we celebrate the enchanting world of preschool storytelling. The significance of stories for preschoolers cannot be understated, the  narrative emphasizes the cognitive and emotional benefits of engaging young minds in captivating tales. The featured book adds a whimsical touch to the festive  journey, offering the true characters of the Season, heartwarming plots, and vibrant illustrations that  make it an ideal choice for holiday traditions. Families are encouraged to come together, create  moments of joy, and build cherished traditions through the magic of storytelling.

Preschool Storytelling

Preschool storytelling transcends generations, connecting us to the essence of childhood and the joy of sharing stories. The world of ‘Letter From Egypt’ invites young readers into a memorable celebration where the author creates a letter Mary may have drafted to thank Miriam, the Inn Keeper. The book, a delightful addition to the festive tales, brings warmth to the hearts of preschoolers.

The convenience of kids’ books available online has made storytelling even more accessible. Parents and caregivers can now explore a vast array of illustrated stories and short bedtime tales at the click of a button. The vibrant colors, captivating illustrations, and  engaging narratives come together to create an immersive experience for preschoolers, fostering a love for reading from a young age. Check out our book store  to see all of the children’s books we offer.

Stories And Preschoolers: An Essential Relationship

As we venture into the world of preschool storytelling, it’s key to understand the significance of stories to tell preschoolers. These tales go beyond mere entertainment; they play a crucial role in cognitive development, language acquisition, and emotional intelligence. The power of a well-told story lies in its ability to capture attention, stimulate imagination, and impart valuable life lessons in a way that resonates with young minds.


Illustrated stories, in particular, hold a special place in preschool storytelling. The combination of visual elements with narrative sparks creativity and enhances comprehension. The colorful images not only add visual appeal but also provide context to the storyline, making it easier for preschoolers to follow along and engage with the narrative.

Stories For Festivity

‘Letter From Egypt’ exemplifies the charm of illustrated stories. Through realistic, yet whimsical illustrations, the book brings to life a world where Mary tells her story with thankfulness to those who were helpful to her when Jesus was born. This little book encourages joyful celebrations and holiday cheer. Mary’s unique perspectives and thankfulness create a captivating experience for preschoolers, making it a delightful addition to the holiday reading list.

In the realm of short bedtime stories, the magic of the holiday season comes alive. These tales, crafted with brevity and warmth, serve as the perfect way to wind down the day. Short Christmas bedtime stories, in particular, add a touch of festive spirit to the bedtime routine. The anticipation of holiday magic and the joy of the season create a cozy atmosphere that lingers long after the stories are told.

We invite families to embrace the magic of storytelling during the holiday season. Whether through illustrated stories or the whimsical world of critters, let’s come together to create moments of joy, wonder, and laughter for our preschoolers. As we share these precious stories, we not only foster a love for reading but also build        traditions that will be treasured for years to come.


Short Bedtime Tales To Make Your Holidays Merry

As the holiday season envelops us in its magical embrace, there’s a timeless tradition that adds an extra layer of warmth to our festive celebrations—short bedtime stories. With this enchanting collection of heartwarming tales, we invite you to embark on a journey designed to make your holidays merry and bright. From captivating illustrated stories to soothing bedtime tales, these narratives are crafted to transcend age, creating a delightful tradition for the entire family.

Elevating Bedtime Stories To Art
What sets our bedtime stories apart is the seamless integration of captivating illustrations. Each story comes to life through visual wonders that not only complement the narrative but also elevate the entire bedtime experience to a magical adventure. The marriage of storytelling and artistry enhances the overall holiday ambiance, making these tales a delightful gift for children and adults alike. As the words weave a tapestry of imagination, the illustrations paint a vivid backdrop, creating an immersive experience that lingers long after the stories end.

In the spirit of making holiday magic accessible to all, our collection of short bedtime stories extends seamlessly into the digital realm. Explore the enchantment of the season by purchasing our books online, ensuring that these cherished tales are just a click away. Whether nestled in the warmth of a cozy bed or traveling during the holidays, the convenience of online access allows families to order the magic of these stories at ease. Embrace the joy of reading together, building memories that last far beyond the holiday season.

Bedtime Stories For All Ages
Short bedtime stories are not confined to the youngest readers but are crafted to be a multigenerational delight. Share the joy of storytelling across family members, creating a tradition that transcends age boundaries. From grandparents to grandchildren, everyone can gather by the fireplace and immerse themselves in tales that evoke the magic of the season. The power of a well-told bedtime story lies in its ability to connect generations through shared narratives and shared moments of joy. So, let the glow of the fireplace become the backdrop for stories that resonate across the generations.

Among the tales that infuse this collection with holiday magic is the endearing story of Chilly, a lost little snowboy ornament. Picture this: an accidental separation from the Christmas tree, a determined journey through bustling crowds, and the whimsical adventures that follow. Chilly’s quest to reunite with his owner, Sally, not only adds a touch of wonder to the season but also serves as a heartwarming reminder that, even in the busiest times, the holiday spirit and the bonds of love can guide us home. So, snuggle up for a cozy night by the fireplace, and let Chilly’s tale weave its enchanting spell.

Embracing Tradition
In the quiet moments before bed, there exists a timeless tradition of stories that capture hearts and minds. These carefully curated tales for the holiday season invite readers to immerse themselves in narratives that evoke the spirit of celebration.
Whether it’s the anticipation of Christmas Eve or the reflective calm of winter nights, these stories to read before bed add a touch of enchantment to the bedtime routine. Embrace the soothing cadence of storytelling and let the magic of these tales linger in your dreams, creating a serene and joyous transition to the land of dreams.

As the holiday season unfolds, may these short bedtime stories become a cherished part of your festive traditions. From the whimsical journey of Chilly to the immersive experience of illustrated wonders, each tale is a testament to the enduring magic of storytelling. So, gather your loved ones, find a cozy spot, and let the joyous tales transport you to a world where the holidays are truly merry and bright, illuminated by the timeless magic of a well-told story.

Jingle To Our Bookstore: A Festive Gift Shop For Every Reader

As the winter winds whisper tales of the upcoming holiday season, there’s no better time to embark on a literary journey through our enchanting bookstore, where the magic of storybooks meets the festive cheer of a gift shop adorned with treasures for every reader.

In this festive haven, we invite you to unwrap the enchantment of the season, reveling in the joyous blend of storybooks, short Christmas bedtime stories, and the heartwarming charm of storytelling.

A Christmas Legend : Embark on a charming journey with the pine, date palm, and olive tree as they contemplate gifts for the Newborn Child. The heartwarming story aligns with the festive spirit, making it a delightful read for the season.

Short Christmas Bedtime Stories
As the nights grow longer and colder, there’s an irresistible allure to ending the day with short Christmas bedtime stories. Our collection is a carefully curated selection of tales that encapsulate the magic of the season in easily enjoyed narratives.

Whether it’s stories of holiday adventures, visits from Santa, or heartwarming moments with loved ones, these tales are crafted to bring joy and warmth to your cozy evenings by the fireplace or snuggled up with your little ones in bed as you embark on magical journeys through the pages of these festive bedtime stories.

The festive holiday ambiance at the is filled with meticulously curated stories, including the heartwarming “A Christmas Legend” by Moira Andrew, where three trees contemplate gifts for the Newborn Child. Short Christmas bedtime stories are perfect for cozy evenings, and preschool storytelling to nurture young minds. Beyond the stories, the gift shop, justherightcard, and bookstore offer literary-inspired treasures and seasonal and other delights. Join the celebration, explore the wonderland, and jingle to a bookstore that promises a magical experience for readers of all ages during this holiday season.

Nurturing Young Minds With Holiday Magic
For our young readers, preschool storytelling serves as a gateway to the wonders of literature. The holiday season provides a perfect opportunity to introduce little ones to the joy of storytelling. Our collection boasts tales specifically designed for preschoolers, filled with vibrant illustrations and simple narratives that capture their vivid imaginations. These stories not only entertain but also instill valuable lessons about kindness, friendship, and the true meaning of the holidays.

Within the pages of our bookstore, you’ll discover the charming “A Christmas Legend.” This enchanting tale introduces us to a pine, a date palm, and an olive tree as they ponder what gifts they can offer to the Newborn Child. Authored by the prolific Moira Andrew and adorned with colorful and beautiful illustrations by award-winning artist Caterina Cozza, this book weaves a heartwarming narrative that harmonizes perfectly with the festive spirit, making it an essential read for the entire family.

The Festive Ambiance Of Our Gift Shop Wonderland
Our gift shop transcends the ordinary—it’s a haven for books and an immersive experience that captures the spirit of the season. From heartwarming narratives that tug at your heartstrings to whimsical adventures that transport you to faraway lands, our collection is a treasure trove catering to readers of all ages.

Beyond the captivating stories, our gift shop wonderland beckons you to explore a realm of literary-inspired treasures. We offer beautifully crafted blank greeting cards that are perfect for unique messages to family and friends. As the season of giving approaches, our gift shop invites you not just to find the perfect present for a loved one but to gift yourself the joy of a good story. Come, and jingle to our bookstore, where every page is a portal to festive delight, and the magic of the holidays unfolds through the power of storytelling and gift giving.

A Magical Experience For Every Reader
Jingle to our bookstore, where every page holds the promise of festive delight, and the magic of the holidays comes alive through the power of storytelling. Our festive gift shop is more than a destination; it’s an experience, offering a diverse collection of storybooks, including the heartwarming “A Christmas Legend.” Whether you’re seeking short Christmas bedtime stories to share with loved ones or engaging in storytelling with your little ones, our bookstore is a magical realm waiting to be discovered.

Short Christmas bedtime stories and preschool storytelling are essential for creating a magical holiday experience for the young reader. Discover literary treasures and seasonal delights in this festive gift shop, card shop and bookstore, ensuring a joyous journey for readers of all ages this holiday season.

As the season of giving approaches, our gift shop invites you not just to find the perfect present for a loved one but to gift yourself the joy of a good story. Come, and jingle to our bookstore, where every page is a portal to festive delight, and the magic of the holidays unfolds through the power of storytelling.

Real Love

I had a real moment recently. The day didn’t start badly, but as time went on, it became more challenging. Dad agreed to have oyster lunch with our friend who is paralyzed and lives in a nursing home. I was excited because I always feel pulled in many directions. This day I was able to be with BOTH my father and friend and we were all going to enjoy the best oysters in Ormond Beach, Florida.

The first thing was that dad was a little slow in getting going. I called the nursing home to let them know I needed a wheelchair for him so one would be in the lobby when we arrived. That went well. Then, I tried to call to talk to my friend so he would know we were coming, but would be a little late. He is unable to answer his phone – for obvious reasons – so I tried to connect with the staff to connect with him. This is where the day stopped being wonderful.

I was unable to connect with my friend, so dad and I showed up with $40 worth of oysters and our friend had already eaten his lunch. He thought we were not coming since we were late. Well, from there, anger drove the bus. I was upset with the staff for refusing to take a phone to him so I could tell him. I was upset with him for not asking the staff to call me on the phone I provide him so he could check if we were still coming. I am too ashamed to say what else happened.

The next evening, my friend called to chat. He said, ‘You were awful upset yesterday.’ Great observation. I began to recount all that happened – every detail of what happened and how I felt he was inconsiderate for not calling and on and on I went. He was speechless. Then, I asked that he tell me ‘how I should respond to all this???’

In a humble voice, he said, ‘Could you still love me anyway?’ Then I was speechless. Yes, I do still love him and he reminded me that I want to make all the mistakes I make, ignore my time with God and others, speed read through my devotions, be impatient when I justify it because I am tired, drive discourteously at times, and more and still look up to heaven and ask God, “Could You still love me anyway?”  His answer is “Yes.” He tells me He loves me with an everlasting love (Jeremiah 31.3) even when I deserve to hear how inconsiderate I have been and how I inconvenienced others at times, and more.

God’s Word instructs on how I need to be with others – Romans 12.10 – ‘Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honor preferring one another’ and Ephesians 4.32 – ‘And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you.’

Yes, my friend reminded me that I want to be loved even though I am a sinful woman and live in a sinful world and I pray, ‘…the Lord make (me) to increase and abound in love one toward another, and toward all men…’ (1 Thessalonians 3.12) because ‘Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another.’ (1 John 4.11) Amen.

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Trust – means to rely on the integrity, strength, ability, and surety of a person or things; confidence. I don’t think any being has these qualities more than the Living God.

Trust is something God asks us to do. Trust Him. But trust has always been a difficult thing for me. I feel I should be in control and able to do things in my own strength. Truth is, I think control is an illusion. Who is ever truly in control? Storms hit, earthquakes happen, wars shatter our lives at times, accidents and illness occur at any moment of any day and more. I have control over some things, but for the most part, I think I have no control over the many things that can and do happen every day.

For many years, I had personal struggle with Proverbs 3.5-6. It was just me because I can see the words are lovely, but for some reason, I interpreted them as words that required something I was unable to do. The bottom line is I just had difficulty trusting God and I knew it, just did not want to admit it.

Then, one day, a Pastor made these words gold to me. He said, “Proverbs 3.5-6 tells us to ‘Lean on, trust in, and be confident in the Lord with all your heart and mind and do not rely on your own insight or understanding. In all your ways know, recognize, and acknowledge Him, and He will direct and make straight and plain your paths.'”

I had heard the words for many years, but what he said about them is what made it possible for me to do what they exhort me to. He said, “What God is saying is that we do not have to understand how He is going to do what He promises to do, we just give everything to Him. He knows we do not have the strength or ability to figure everything out, but He does and will.”

These words melted my cold, unbelieving, untrusting heart and allowed me to see that God is not asking me to understand, but to know He does and that He is able to make the impossible happen, get me through every difficult moment, make a way where there looks like there is no way, heal me, care for me, guide me, and love me with an everlasting love. He is even able to give me the ability to trust Him.

One devotional encouraged me as it said, “You can trust the Man Who died for you.” I still struggle with trust at times and will be the first to admit I allow myself to become frightened of circumstances, but am making every effort to trust in God for everything every day.

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My brother and I loved visiting rivers like this one. He would ask, “When’s your next day off?” He made plans for us to have a great day. Sometimes it seemed like we did the same thing each day, but one of the many things I loved about my brother is how each time we did the same thing, he loved it and seemed to be so excited – like it was the very first time we were doing that thing.

He would tell me about the river the entire ride to the location. He would put the boats in and be excited to push me off into the river. As we traveled down the river, he always remarked how serene and beautiful it was. He really loved the time spent with nature on a river or doing whatever else we had decided to do that day.

I think God wants us to come with the joy that is ours about knowing Him and coming to Him in prayer and spending time in His Word – like it is all brand-new to us. Sometimes that is not as easy as I wish. I get tired sometimes and when I read His Word, I sometimes say, “yes, I have read that section a million times it seems,’ and I sometimes gloss over the parts I am familiar with. Not happy that I do that. I have been in prayer for a spirit that cherishes every word in the Word of God no matter how many times I have read about John the Baptist baptizing Jesus. I pray for the awe I felt the first time I ever read the words that touched my heart deeply and every word.

The Word of God challenges me to always remember to not treat the holy things of God as if they are not holy, but common or mundane. Leviticus 22.32-33 tells me, “You must not treat Me as common and ordinary. Revere Me and hallow Me, for I, the Lord, made you holy to Myself and rescued you from Egypt to be My own people! I am Jehovah!”

“…beware that you do not treat the holy gifts … as though they were common…” Numbers 18.32.

I pray daily to reverence God and the things of God each and every day and remember God is Holy and has called me to revere Him. I want to treat Communion, His Word, Prayer, Worship, Church, sharing my faith and all the things of God with excitement and joy. I want to tell the Lord He is ‘new every morning’ like His love and mercy for me. (Lamentations 3.22-23)

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I have always wondered what my particular talents are. I do not play a sport well or a musical instrument well enough to play for others. I love art and dance, but can see natural talent in others that I wish I myself had.

Matthew 25 tells the parable of Jesus giving talents – to one person He gave 1 talent, to another 2 talents, another 5 and one He gave 10 talents. This has always led me to believe that Christians have been given different talents and some have more responsibility because the Bible also tells me that to whom much is given, much is required. (Luke 12.48)

This takes me back to ‘What are my talents?’ I am still not so sure, but I was talking with a friend and I told her how I sort of laughed when I thought ‘could it be possible for someone to have been given ‘no’ talents?’ I told her I could not think of my own particular talent/s but I have some loved ones that I think others may consider without any particular talent in life. What about them?

My friend’s husband has a relative that struggled with schizophrenia all his life. He was not functional in society, but seemed better when he was given medication. He recently passed away and my friend wondered what purpose a life like his is to this world? The bottom line is ‘what was/is he worth?’

I realize this world puts emphasis on success and talents and, while I do not diminish the importance of success and talents being utilized, I think there are some people with little or possibly no apparent  talents. Perhaps I just do not recognize some peoples’ talents.

Does that make the ones with fewer or apparently no talents less valuable? NO! I am convinced that the Living God loves them more than I can imagine. Their small lives that may amount to nothing in my eyes or the world’s eyes do matter and are highly valued by the Father.

One of my brothers died forty years ago when he was twenty years old. I was unprepared to experience this. I prayed and asked God where my brother was for eternity because I never heard him make a ‘profession of faith.’ I remember God’s answer to this day.

He said, “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of God.’ (Matthew 5.3) and He also said, “The least on this earth will be the greatest in the Kingdom of God.” (Mark 10.31 Living Bible) My brother was seen and known by the God I love. God did not miss my brother’s life and value and he has been with the King for many years and is the greatest in the Kingdom of God even though he was unnoticed here on earth and had no great accomplishments in his life.

Throughout the Bible, the God of the Universe reminds me how important each and every one of us are. He even counts the hairs on our heads. (Matthew 10.30) And the truth that “God so loved the world, He gave His Only Son, so that whoever believes on Him, shall never perish, but have everlasting life’ (John 3.16) will always be true for all of us. 

I hope everyone finds their talents and realizes how they are valuable to God just because they are His

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Pierce My Ear

I must admit, surrender is not an easy thing for me. In fact, when I read verses like Isaiah 64.8 ‘Yet, O Lord, You are our Father; we are the clay, and You our Potter, and we all are the work of Your hand’ and Jeremiah 18.6 ‘O house of Israel, can I not do with you as this potter does? says the Lord. Behold, as the clay is in the potter’s hand, so are you in My hand,’ I would cringe deep inside.

My mental images tended toward torture and crushing me to smithereens. Smithereens is a funny word – ‘broken into small bits or pieces.’ It all had to do with my concept of God. I did not see Him working on my heart to my benefit and I never saw Him as liking who I was and ‘changing’ me meant I was defective – the way I was afraid I was. All this twisted thinking did a real number on my ability to surrender to the Living God and truly trust Him and love Him. I would think ‘do anything but hurt me please.’

Well, it has been many years of patience on the part of the Living God to help me to surrender and help me to trust. In fact, one author helped me see that God really does like the ‘me’ He created and wants me to be that ‘me.’ Surrender means that more I abandon the clamor of self-will, the more I become that ‘me’ He created as I surrender to Him.

One of my favorite parts o the Bible is Deuteronomy 15.12- 17. While I do not understand all the customs of other cultures or long ago, sometimes it seemed safer and wiser to be under someone’s umbrella of protection, but it meant being a ‘servant.’ Deuteronomy talks about what to do with those who have been in this position.

 ‘If any of your people … sell themselves to you and serve you six years, in the seventh year you must let them go free. And when you release them, do not send them away empty-handed. Supply them liberally from your flock, your threshing floor and your winepress. Give to them as the Lord your God has blessed you. Remember that you were slaves in Egypt and the Lord your God redeemed you. That is why I give you this command today.’ It touches my heart how God commands for generosity and supply to those less fortunate. 

But, the next part is especially touching – ‘But if your servant says to you, “I do not want to leave you,” because he loves you and your family and is well off with you, then take an awl and push it through his earlobe into the door, and he will become your servant for life.’ 

I have come to the place in life, by the grace of God, that I do not want to leave Him, I love Him and I want Him to

Pierce my ear, O Lord my God
Lead me to Your door this day
I will serve no other gods
Lord, I’m here to stay
For You have paid the price for me
With Your blood, You ransomed me
I will serve you eternally
A free man I’ll never be.

I will be a willing bond servant to Jesus forever.

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I was an ambulance driver in Cleveland, Ohio for three years when I was a young woman. I learned that one really needs to keep a serious outlook on many things, but a sense of humor really helps as well.

On occasion, the dispatching team shared stories about the incoming phone calls they received from the public. I realize their job can be very stressful at times, but I am certain all the 911 call receivers agree that not taking everything too seriously helps them do their jobs well.

Recently, my sister and I  were talking. She works with the elderly in a nursing home and told me one of the resident’s family called 911 because they could not find their parent’s dentures. I was a little disgusted and said, “You can’t call 911 for lost items.” My sister proceeded to give me an education in Georgia 911 calls. She said, “We have residents call 911 all the time. They call and say they need a bedpan…” That’s when I began to laugh hysterically. I immediately heard the 911 operator say, “911- what’s your emergency?’ to receive “I need the bedpan” at the other end. Even though it is pretty sad when the elderly may not be able to get staff to respond to them and they resort to calling for help – any help – even 911, wouldn’t you just love to be the 911 operator for that call?  We must have laughed for 20 minutes thinking of this. She said she felt all the cell phones should be taken from the residents. We laughed more.

My sister said the 911 dispatchers call the home to inform them of the call and ask if the staff will handle the call. Problem solved, no charges filed. No harm done.

I remember how I chuckled when I first read Psalm 44.23-36. The children of Israel were in distress and it seems like the 911 verse of the Bible – ‘Awake! Why do You sleep, O Lord? Arouse Yourself, cast us not off forever! Why do You hide Your face and forget our affliction and our oppression? For our lives are bowed down to the dust; our bodies cleave to the ground. Rise up! Come to our help, and deliver us for Your mercy’s sake and because of Your steadfast love!’

They sound pretty desperate. I know I have and have made 911 calls to God on more than one occasion. He is a very present help in time of need. He will respond. (Psalm 46.1) Even though I think He has forgotten, decided not to, out helping someone else, very slow, and more, He is on the job and will help.

Psalm 121 encourages me. “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from where comes my help. My help comes from the Lord, Who made heaven and earth. He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: He that keeps you will not slumber. Behold, he that keeps Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand. The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night. The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: he shall preserve thy soul. The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.’

We have His Word on it. He will help. He does not sleep or slumber. He is always working and always talking.

We can call on Him anytime and in any emergency!

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All Things – New Year 2020

I don’t know about everyone else, but I have had a very challenging 2019. There were mixed feelings last night about being relieved the year was over and being happy for all that happened. Between work and family and new business ventures and more! it has been one busy year.

2019 had some great moments, but also moments of loss. I am sure all my FB friends have experienced similar things. I lost a very dear friend this year. I know she is with the Savior and looks down on me and smiles, but I sure do miss her. Also made some great new memories, new friends, and new opportunities have come my way.

There were many times I thought I was in way over my head and did not handle every situation well. I shared struggles with close friends and we prayed. One night, while sharing some concerns, the Lord spoke to my heart and the words, ‘I can do all things through Christ Who strengthens me’ (Philippians 4.13) poured from my lips.

It was amazing the impact these words had on my heart and my circumstances. I have read that verse for over forty years and now, in my time of need, it is here to comfort and encourage me. I have quoted it every time I thought things were getting too difficult to handle. They broke any spirits of defeat or discouragement inside and truly God gave me strength to mange every situation.

The Bible is filled with encouragement for all our needs and challenges. Romans 8.37 tells us ‘Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.’ MORE than a conqueror. 1 Corinthians 15.57 also assures us ‘..thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.’ Victory over loss, heartache, oppression, lack, anything.

We now have another New Year to celebrate and I know I need to look to the Lord for His strength each day. Whatever I face, I can do all things through Christ Who strengthens me.

I love the words to Steven Curtis Chapman’s song “His Strength Is Perfect”

I can do all things
Through Christ who gives me strength
But sometimes I wonder what He can do through me
No great success to show
No glory on my own
Yet in my weakness He is there to let me know
His strength is perfect when our strength is gone
He’ll carry us when we can’t carry on
Raised in His power, the weak become strong
His strength is perfect, His strength is perfectWe can only know
The power that He holds
When we truly see how deep our weakness goes
His strength in us begins
Where ours comes to an end
He hears our humble cry and proves again

His strength is perfect when our strength is gone
He’ll carry us when we can’t carry on
Raised in His power, the weak become strong
His strength is perfect, His strength is perfect

Happy New Year everyone!

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