The Hope of Christmas

Happy Sunday! Just like that, Thanksgiving 2020 is behind us and now we look ahead to Christmas. Today begins the Advent season.

Advent means ‘coming’ in Latin, and as Christians, it’s a time for us to remember and prepare for the birth of Jesus.

I don’t know about you, but this year more than ever, I am ready to celebrate the coming of Jesus….the coming of Hope. We sure need hope.

Yesterday I was talking to someone going through a difficult season, and she said while she knew she was going to have a hard season ahead of her, she did not go through it without hope.

She knew that Jesus was with her, and she was thankful for that assurance.

Christmas is a season of hope. Yes, we love decorating, we love giving gifts, and we love all the wonderful food, but the best part of Christmas is celebrating Jesus.

John 1:14 says, The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.

If you’re feeling hopeless, let me remind you that Jesus came to earth, and he brought hope. In the midst of all that 2020 has brought us, we still have reason to celebrate.

Today in the town of David, a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord. This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger. Suddenly a great company of the heavenly host appeared with the angel, praising God and saying, Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests. Luke 2:11-14



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  1. Thank you Cyndi for shining your light and pointing all to the Hope that can only be found in Jesus. And this song……..beautiful!

    Peace & Hope,

    P.s. my daughter and I were just on Matthew West’s podcast last week and the messages she and I shared was also laced with Hope ❤️ God alone is our strength and hope.

    1. Lisa, I listend to the podcast and it was so good!! And I admit, I didn’t know you stopped by here.

      I’m a huge fan of yours. Thank you for shining His light!!

  2. Thanks for reminding us as we head to Christmas that HE is our HOPE!!! Our only HOPE! I think I will play this song everyday in December!
    Happy Sonday!

  3. Our women’s bible study was going to be starting an advent study but do to tightening restrictions we’ve had to postpone it. Thank you for sharing this message and song. So thankful my hope rests in Jesus today and what peace that can bring!

    1. Thanks for reminding us of the hope we have! I always enjoy reading your emails each day. Hope you and your family have a blessed Advent.

  4. The joy of Hope is something we are given from God. The Hope of the world is our Savior Jesus Christ. No matter what this world has brought us this year. We do still have a reason to celebrate Jesus. Have a Blessed Day. CeCe

  5. Thank you for the beautiful reminder. I’m so glad I have all my Christmas shopping, wrapping and decorating done so I can focus on Jesus. So thankful for His HOPE in these dark days we’ve had in 2020. We CAN still be thankful for this year.

  6. Thank you Cyndi..for this precious song..The Hope of Christmas…🎄💖🌟👆

    Love+ blessings😘