A Christmas Letter

I had every intention of writing a blog post today… using my own words… and then I hopped onto WordPress and visited my friend Wic’s page first.
HIS words stirred my heart in such a way that I have lost all my own.
So today I am sharing his post with you, instead of writing one myself. May you see the hope ❤

Letters To Pogue

Dear Pogue,

I got all seasonal and thought I would write you a Christmas letter. Bit like a Christmas card but low on pictorial content and a lot more words. All in all, much better value I’m thinking.

Some years ago I spoke in a church at Christmas. I spoke regularly then. Anyway, I always looked forward to the challenge of Christmas as there is only limited and exceedingly well known material to use. You know me. I want original and I’ll walk the long way around to find it. Leave the audience with “I didn’t see that coming” on their lips as you vanish. Who was that masked preacher? 🥷🏻

So I searched for original.

I found what I was looking for in a part of the Christmas narrative that rarely gets more than a passing mention. The account of King Herod and his reaction to the news that…

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2 thoughts on “A Christmas Letter

  1. Hi Meg,
    I really enjoyed reading this post and during these difficult and unprecedented times feel full of hope for the future.
    Hope is very much an anchor ⚓that I have clung to throughout my life and is something that I try to instill in others, my belief is very much that whilst our ❤is still beating that things and situations can improve.
    I hope that you and your family will enjoy the upcoming Christmas season and that you enjoy all that you do.
    Thinking of you all and sending ❤and 🤗x

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  2. Thank you, Paul. Thinking of you too, and very glad to know that you are safe and well.
    Yes… even when it seems like there isn’t and we feel like there isn’t? Hope still exists ❤
    Here's hoping you have a wonderful week ahead! 🙂

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