If you are like me, your thoughts and scattered and few this Christmas due to the busyness of life.
Through all the crazy schedules, parties, and to-do lists, take a few minutes to think on this thought:
Jesus gives us an example to follow at Christmas time.
Philippians 2:7 says about Jesus:
But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men:
He came to serve. He came to die. It was not about Him. It was all about doing the will of the Father so that we could be saved.
He left it all so that He could obey His Father. In humbleness of mind, He went about His Father’s business.
How am I doing?
- Am I being obedient?
- Am I humble?
- Am I serving?
- Am I doing the Father’s will?
If we “follow in His steps” like I Peter 2:21 calls for us to do, we too will not care what others think of us (make ourselves of no reputation). We will be willing to serve others. What we have will no longer be important. Leading others to Him will be what is most important.
Let’s follow His example!
Here are three posts that I enjoyed reading from last week’s party:
- Living Simply in a Stuff-Filled Season from Seeing the Lovely
- 10 Candy Cane Activities That Keep Christ in Christmas from Your Vibrant Family
- Helping our Children Develop a Heart Focus (Mindful Monday) from Classes by Beth
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