Remember this post from Monday?

Children were singing Jingle Bells and handing out little trinkets to all the residents. I didn’t know a smile could stretch across a face with such grace as it did on Mrs. White that afternoon, but a sigh soon escaped her notice. 

When asked the reason for it, she shared how December is always a busy time at the nursing home with visiting church groups, children, etc.—but how silent their halls fell by December 26. One of her greatest wishes was to have visitors year-round.

Maybe visiting nursing homes isn’t your thing — but what service are we doing this Christmas that God may want us to continue throughout the year?

“The highest form of worship is the worship of unselfish Christian service. The greatest form of praise is the sound of consecrated feet seeking out the lost and helpless.” 
Billy Graham
Tiny House on the Hill

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