Monday, December 21, 2009

Greetings and adieu


From our house to yours may you each enjoy this time of celebration. Christ is our Savior. May we each learn to walk beside Him and honor the love that Heavenly Father has for each one of us. While it may seem like there may never be peace in the world may we each cultivate peace in our hearts.
John and I were released as Nursery Leaders at church last week and I substituted yesterday. Our little group of 3 year olds led the way when they visited Sharing Time and answered questions about Jesus and his birth. Their parents are teaching them well.
As we prepare for our new assignment I wanted to leave you with these words from the Primary songbook.
"He Sent His Son."
How could the Father tell the world of love and tenderness?
He sent his Son, a new born babe, with peace and holiness.
How could the Father show the world the pathway we should go?
He sent his Son to walk with men on earth, that we may know.
How could the Father tell the world of sacrifice of death?
He sent his Son to die for us and rise with living breath.
What does the Father ask of us?
What do the scriptures say?
Have faith, have hope, live like his Son, help others on their way.
What does he ask?
Live like his son.

4 comments:

Debbie said...

Wonderful...He is the reason for our lives. Merry Christmas.

ER said...

A Highland 'Nollaig Chridheil' tae ye an' yers, lass. Lizzy :)

Nora said...

Love it... we sang it in our Primary Presentation.
By the way.. I'm from Scotland also, but live in Canada now.
Have a lovely Christmas... love your blog !!

morningDove said...

love the words from your songbook. you have a lovely blog - love reading about Scotland. see you will be on FAT (Fiber ARt Traders yahoo group) soon. looking forward to seeing you there. and love your praise for Jesus Christ.