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Merry Christmas to all my dear friends in faith and in Christ

I have started this blog few months ago, and I am amazed by the response of people who have dropped by and visited this humble site.

I would like to thank you all, from the inmost part of my heart. Thanks for the suggestions. Thanks for the lovely comments. Thanks for the inspiring comments. I have to tell you though that the things I put in here are not just out of the blue or out of my wandering mind. Rather,  they are reflections of my faith journey with Jesus, with people who have walked with Jesus, and with all who have been touched by God in many ways…may they be Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Jews, Buddhist, etc. God loves us all…and this blog is one way for me to respond to this great love of God for me…this is one way of sharing his wonderful love to all people as well.

So in this Christmas season, let us thank God for giving us the 3 T’s [talent, time and treasure], for giving us the chance to walk with him in 3 P’s [prayer, patience and perseverance] and also for generously giving us the 3 H’s [head, heart and health]. These things all gifts of God, so let us thank him for this.

Merry Christmas and have a wonderful time with your 3 F’s [faith, family and friends].

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One comment on “Merry Christmas to all my dear friends in faith and in Christ

  1. Looks like you are an expert in this field, you got some great points there, but you’ll want to add a facebook button to your blog. I just bookmarked this article, although I had to complete it manually. Simply my $.02 🙂

    – Daniel

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