Can You Be an Angel?

Sigh. I’ve already been complaining this Christmas.

  • I can’t think of a good gift to buy my mother-in-law.
  • There are too many activities to go to.
  • I accidentally bought glitter Christmas cards (what was I thinking?).

It’s easy to be a bearer of bad tidings when people ask“Are you ready for Christmas?”

Christmas turns into a time of being too busy, striving for too much perfection, and spending too much money.

Where is Jesus?

He is here. But maybe the better questions are:

Where are His messengers? And what messages are they sending about Christmas?

Read the rest here: Be An Angel—Share Good News, Not Gloom

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I’m writing today at Do Not Depart about angels (“messengers”). What message are you delivering this Christmas?

Will you join me there?

4 thoughts on “Can You Be an Angel?

  1. Betty Jo

    This post is such a beautiful reminder, Lisa. One I hope to remember, not only for the Christmas season but all year ’round. We are truly his messengers; His eyes, His voice, His hands, His feet. And, Oh my, I fall for at least one glitter card every year, wondering after I get home, “What was I thinking?” I expect the recipient, of said card, must think upon opening it, “What was she thinking?!!”

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