A weary world rejoices.
As we’ve entered into the Christmas season the line of one of my favorite Christmas songs has been running through my head non stop. “A weary world rejoices”. Isn’t that so fitting for a time like this? I don’t know about you, but this year has made me weary of so many things. Not tired, or bothered, or irritated, or inconvenienced. None of those words fit. But weary, now that’s the perfect word to describe our world right now.
I’m weary of the panic, unrest, untruths, slander, worry, violence, sickness, fear, financial uncertainty, and pain this year has been abundant in. But the Lord has been so good to remind me this season that we can rejoice in the hope we have!
When Jesus was born into the earth so long ago, He was born into a dark, messed up, weary world. But he brought the greatest hope, an everlasting hope! He brings that same hope to us every single day. He is our reason to rejoice during this Christmas season, and every day.
We may grow weary friends, but may we never stop rejoicing in the wondrous hope we have found in Christ! As we continue rejoice in the jewel we have found, may we share Jesus with those weary in sin so that they to can rejoice!
Let’s end 2020 as a weary world rejoicing as we remember and celebrate Jesus. ❤️
“For to us a Child shall be born, to us a Son shall be given; And the government shall be upon His shoulder, And His name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.”
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