It’s the holiday season!
That time of year when everyone is dreaming of a white Christmas.
It’s not looking too good for Tulsa. 😦 We keep getting the moisture in the air, but just not the freezing temps. Temperatures are expected to be in the 50s to 60s this Christmas day. Not exactly the climate for anything frozen.
One of my favorite things to do during the holidays is watch “feel good” Christmas movies. My all time favorite is White Christmas. Watching it may be the nearest I come to a white Christmas this year. And that’s ok. 🙂 The singing and dancing and romancing are enough for me.
I just watched it Saturday. ♡
My holidays are now complete.
Well, not exactly. I still have more shopping and baking and decorating to do. But my spirits are definitely merry and bright. And there’s still time for the shopping and baking and decorating. And snow!
What is it about that frozen water that falls from the sky that we call snow that makes everything and everyone brighter?
There is just something about it for young and old alike that’s magical. Especially at Christmas! Perhaps it’s the fact that the bible speaks of the color white as representing light and righteousness. We are drawn to the light. It’s beauty. It’s purity. Jesus is the light. Jesus’ own blood cleanses us white as snow. We glisten! Who doesn’t want to glisten? 🙂
This holiday season let’s all join Bing in a verse or two of White Christmas. Let’s pop some popcorn and pour some hot cocoa and cuddle up with the ones we love to watch White Christmas. I promise you it will leave you with that “feel good” feeling. ♡
Let’s all strive to be like baby Jesus, white as snow. Only He can cleanse us of our sin in such a manner. No matter where you may live. Whether your Christmas is balmy or frosty or a starry night like the one in Bethlehem long ago, may all your Christmases be white!
Purify me from my sins, and I will be clean; wash me, and I will be whiter than snow.
Love and laughter,