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If we consider all that God has done for us in the past, we might begin to understand that there is nothing we haven’t been given. And once we know we have it all, it’s only natural to want to share that with others. This Christmas, bring that little bit of Jesus you carry in your heart wherever he directs you.
— from A Mary Christmas

Friday, November 30, 2012
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