Sunday, December 12, 2010


Day 12:  The Longest Christmas Journey

One of the happy faces around our friends' Christmas tree this year will be their precious China doll - the little girl they went ten thousand miles to bring into their family. Her first year was in a cold Chinese orphanage. But our friends went a very long way at considerable expense to make her their child. And, she's an orphan no more.

And, neither am I. A spiritual orphan, that is. The Bible says that all of us are spiritually fatherless, not by God's choice, but by our own. It says, "We have left God's paths to follow our own" (Isaiah 53:6 ). That's left us separated from God. That's why the hole in our heart. The loneliness that never really goes away.

But that first Christmas, Somebody came a very long way to make us His child. And Jesus paid a very high price to bring us home - His life, the payment for our sin. And Jesus says, "I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you" (John 14:18 ). Maybe He's come to you today to give you a chance to give yourself to Him. He is the tug you feel in your heart.

If you're ready to belong to Him, call us at 888-Need-Him or chat with us live at No longer an orphan. God's dearly loved child.

1 comment:

RCUBEs said...

And many are lonely out there not recognizing that there is One Who is waiting for them to return and be loved. What a beautiful message and mission. God bless.