Every year, a meltdown is inevitable. I love Christmas, but memories come flooding back every year and I must deal with them. The pain never gets better. God’s grace and comfort seem to increase. I want to be happy and joyful in this season, but it no longer comes naturally. The enemy would have me to wallow in a pit of sorrow, but I will not. I choose joy.
If this time of year is painful for you, know that I am committed to praying for you. It’s ok to let it out. This time of year, I have at least one meltdown. When there are no words, I just keep telling myself “My only hope is Jesus”.
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