Another Christmas Reflection

As my daughter and I went on a sunset stroll last week, I began singing some Christmas carols and landed on “Joy to the World” – a song that we spent a good deal of time reflecting on last January. As I began singing the third verse, I was so encouraged to be reminded that God has come to make his blessings flow as far as the curse is found – and to be exhorted to not let sins and sorrows grow as Christ is working in and through us to make all things new and beautiful.

May you be encouraged this Christmas season as you encounter Christ and his encouragement in your reflections.  You can view the “Music that Writes Culture” blog series by Darrow Miller here, or download the entire paper as a pdf by clicking here.

No more let sins and sorrows grow
Nor thorns infest the ground
He comes to make his blessings flow
Far as the curse is found
Far as the curse is found
Far as, far as the curse is found

A very Merry Christmas to all & a blessed New Year!

-Tim C. Williams

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