“It’s the most WONDERFUL time of the year”
for most of us
although it could be
if those for whom it isn’t
from THE ONE
from which the season began
I read a great post this morning, Catching Wonder, One Star at a Time.
In her post the writer spoke of the “catch-your-breath” beauty of a falling star.
I saw my first falling star just a few weeks back while camping at Crow Mountain Guest Ranch.
Standing around the camp fire
Laughing, chatting and enjoying friends
when as though someone tilted my chin towards Heaven
I SAW IT!
streak across the sky
leaving only a trail of diamond dust behind
to instantaneously SWAT!
my pal next to me
almost knocking him out of his boots
“DID YOU SEE IT?!
I SAW A FALLING STAR!!!!”
My pal did not.
but I did.
and I made a wish.
I pray it comes true.
we’ll have to wait and see.?
The writer of the post mentioned above challenged her readers to take a photo of a star a day for the month of December.
I’m going to join her her challenge and challenge you to look for look for #staraday as well. I would like to add to the challenge: as you look for #staraday to remember that it was a star that led them to Christ…
If you have not made
Jesus, the Son of God
the Creator of the stars!!
LORD OF YOUR LIFE
And may this season
“THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME of the YEAR”