Merry Christmas!

I love Christmas, it’s such a wonderful treat in the middle of winter. I have always loved the magic of Christmas and the season of advent that leads up to it. As a Christian Christmas has a deep meaning that resonates inside and makes me well up with joy. I know Jesus wasn’t born in the winter, I know all that but I still love Christmas. It’s important to remember Jesus entering the world as a child.

The Nativity by Brian Jekel

We had a fantastic sermon last week in the family service. My vicar had a few gifts for the kids to unwrap. The first lad picked the biggest and got a box of hay, there was a cloth, a few coins and an air freshener and a few stems of myrrh. They all had meanings but they didn’t seem like important gifts on the face of it all.

The hay, the cloth, the coins and air freshener all point at the humble beginning Jesus had. He was born in a stable, with animals all around, laid in some bits of cloth in a manager. His family were very poor, it was not the usual beginning of a king. The Myrrh, like the gift of the wise man, points to Jesus’s future and his death. The reason he came to earth was to die a cruel and painful death to rescue us all from our sins.

I know you may find this a little (a lot!) different to the usual fair in my blog but it is very important to me. So today as you eat, drink, open presents and make merry remember the reason for the season. That amazing little baby, Jesus.

As always if you have any questions or comments feel free to add them to this post or shoot me an email via the contact form!

 

And finally I want to wish you all a

Have a day filled with joy and laughter. :)

Victoria Blisse

Victoria Blisse is known as the Queen of Smut, Reverend to the kinky and is the Writer in Residence at Cocktails and Fuck Tales. She’s also an angel. Ask anyone. Mancunian Odd Duck, her northern English quirkiness shows through in all of her stories along with her own particular brand of humour and romance that bring laughs and warm fuzzies in equal measure. Passion, love and laughter fill her works, just as they fill her busy life.

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