Creative Disciple Newsletter
December 3, 2023

Christmas Gifts and Seasonal Throwbacks

I know it is cliché, but this is the most wonderful time of the year for significant reasons. Simply put, Christmas is a gift to us that multiplies grace. It begs us to think about Jesus’ work, reflect on new life, cherish our lasting family, and utilize tradition for the good of our loved ones.

Now, for some notable links …

#Gospel Meet the guy who befriends white supremacists for God’s glory, and he is not the color you suspect. This is a fascinating read.

#Christmas Luke 2 reminds us that if you search for the Lord, you will find Him. So, find the person of Christ in the picture of Christmas.

#ChristianLife Reagan Rose finally catches up with us old folks and talks about being ambitious for the quiet life, as Scripture teaches us.

#ForFun All year, I anticipate Christmas music, especially Dad Jeans and Christmas Sweaters by KJ52. And, if you know what it means to battle rap, you’ll dig Up on the Housetop. Then, purchase the album on iTunes. Oh, and watch this video from the album. You’re welcome.


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Weekly Wallpaper

Amidst the glitter of Christmas, there’s no greater tale of giving than Jesus’ incarnation. As Paul chats with the Ephesian elders, he shares a rare snippet from the Lord, not found elsewhere in Scripture, yet echoed in Christ’s life (cue John 21:25). This season, as we remember the ultimate gift – the Messiah – let’s radiate God’s grace, reflecting Jesus Himself, and spread joy worldwide. It’s the season to mirror the generosity of God, whose very essence is Christ!

I’d love to hear from you. Just hit reply to let me know what you thought of this week’s newsletter, share link ideas for future issues, or just say hello!

Until next time.

For the Kingdom,
Jacob Abshire

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