Christmas is nearly upon us, and I can hardly believe it. There’s still so much I have to do … remaining presents to buy, still more to wrap, cookies to bake, and meals to plan. And yet, in the hustle and bustle of these last few days before THE day, I really just want to slow down and savor HIM.
So come with me, take a deep breath, and still your heart for a minute. Rest in the incredible miracle that this season celebrates: the awaited birth of our Savior. He was born so that He might die for you and for me … my soul can’t begin to contain such hope, such grace, such beauty!
Let’s turn away from the chaos, if only for a moment, and choose to simply adore Him. If you’d like this reminder at your fingertips, I’ve created an iPhone lock screen and wallpaper to celebrate the season. You can download your own image here. (Image is optimized for iPhone, but I bet it will work with other phones as well!) Simply download the image, and then save it to your phone’s camera roll. When setting the image as your wallpaper, you’ll need to turn “perspective zoom” off, then pinch the picture to scale it down to fit the frame. Make sense? I hope you enjoy!
(Also, if you’ve yet to start an Advent reading, consider jumping into the SheReadsTruth Advent plan. Because although it may be mid-December, it’s never too late to let the word of truth penetrate your heart. I promise, it will bless your spirit! The girls over at SRT can really speak the word!)
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