Seriously? Even after I warned you not to read this, you still kept going? I think this might fall into that infamous category: You might be addicted to reading blogs if….
It’s Christmas! Sheesh.
And here you are staring at a screen — it may be while seated comfortably ensconced in your ergonomically optimised chair at home while sipping eggnog or you may be squinting to read this on your mobile device while sipping a latte and driving while doing some last minute shopping. [Make sure you don't go overboard with that, by the way.]
But still. It’s Christmas! Isn’t there something better for you to do?
Aren’t there, you know, real live people around somewhere that you could interact with? (Not run over, just interact.) Is there no one in need of some love and care in your world? Couldn’t you be the hands of Christ to someone right now? Or maybe you need to forgive and bring some of that peace on earth right to your own little corner of the world.
Something. Anything but this.
Maybe Just a Nibble
Well, maybe just a few inspirational Christmas stories and pictures would be OK. Just a little peek here.
And maybe this post about ascending beyond the angels in Christ by my friend Joel J. Miller. It’s inspiring. But that’s about it.
Oh, all right. One more. What Jesus Changed by J.E. Dyer. But then you’re out of here. You hear me?!
And I’m right behind you.
My youngest son got some cool monster trucks for his birthday. They need some paint and decals. Sounds like a job for — SuperDad! (I’m jotting down this abrupt post ‘cuz my cape is still thawing out.) And surely something else need assembling somewhere. And I still need to find some more batteries. And I could’ve sworn I have a wife around here somewhere in need of a hug.
So go. Calmly put down the mouse and step away from the keyboard. Go love someone for real. Be Jesus in this fallen world.
Go ahead. It’s OK. Have Merry Christmas!
We’ll leave some pixels on for you.
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