In a few hours, my daughters and their families will arrive for Christmas Eve brunch. I’ve bought a Heavenly Ham and a hash browns casserole from the Cracker Barrel (still to be picked up). A scrambled egg casserole is waiting to be put into the oven as are the cinnamon rolls. Spiced cider is warming in the Crockpot, and coffee is soon to be made. We will eat, we will laugh, and the grandchildren will open a few gifts. Tonight there is the Christmas Eve communion service at church, and in the morning, we’ll be at my cousin’s home for another brunch.
May God grant you peace and joy, dear readers, as we celebrate the first advent of Christ. And may you know peace and joy as we eagerly await Christ’s Second Advent.
In the grip of His grace,