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Saints Alive enjoy gathering

Saints Alive, a ministry of First Baptist Church, met for their monthly meeting of the season Dec. 16.

Saints Alive meets during the months of September through May. Anyone 50 or over is invited to join. Membership dues are $10 per person for the year. We have delicious meals, wonderful Christian entertainment/ministry and the best fellowship ever. Come for a visit, and then if you would like to join you are most welcome. 

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Good morning

Get up open your heart open your mind dedicate your day to God. Meditate, optimize your resources and remove all negative thoughts never underestimate your potential. Inspire someone to never lose faith. Go out with joy and confidence.

There is no perfect life, no perfect joy, no perfect childhood, no perfect marriage, and no people who will do what we want them to do perfectly. What we do have is a perfect GOD who is able to lead us through this imperfect life with unfailing strength, incomparable wisdom and infinite love.

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Another Year

 

Another year is dawning! Dear Master, Let it be, in working or in waiting, another year with thee. Another year of leaning upon thy loving breast, of ever deepening trustfulness of quiet, happy rest. Another year of mercies, of faithfulness and grace. Another year of gladness in the shining of Thy Face. And just like that. Santa is gone until December. But JESUS is still here with gifts that never end.

 

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May Christ Be More Important Than Christmas

The Spirit of Christmas needs to be superseded by  the Spirit of Christ. 

The Spirit of Christmas is annual; the Spirit of Christ is eternal. 

The Spirit of Christmas is sentimental; The Spirit of Christ is supernatural. 

The Spirit of Christmas is a human product;  The Spirit of Christ is a Divine Person.

 That makes all the Difference in the world.

 Merry Christmas.

 

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The Christmas Tree

From a tree a manger was made, 0n the first Christmas, in it He laid. 

Also from a tree, a cross was made, and on it, for our sins, the price HE paid. 

I remember each year as the tree I adorn, His gift giving began the day HE was born. As I gently place each ornament of gold, In His hands, I place my heart, and my life, for Him to hold. Trusting in Him to take good care of me, I pray and I sing as I decorate the tree.

 “I am the way, the truth and the light,” said He. 

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