Tuesday, December 1, 2015

A Savior Is Born ~

More than 2,000 years, ago God sent Jesus Christ to be our Savior. Jesus Christ was born to save us from our sins, born so we can be born again and return to live with God someday. Let us rejoice greatly this Christmas season for unto all of us.  #A Savior Is Born. 

Discover Why We Need A Savior. 
Last night we had a Family Home Evening together with several other families. It included dinner. The Elders we work with on our mission gave a message. This video and testimonies of the Savior was the message. It was a sweet evening. As testimonies were bore; the spirit of love was felt. We loved all the various ages of individuals there and especially enjoyed the children. 
I am so grateful that we are now celebrating the Birth of Our Beloved Savior, Jesus Christ. I love my Redeemer with all of my heart. I can't imagine life with out the testimony that I have of Him. Our Savior loves us all, each and everyone of us. He loves us individually. He knows us. He understands our cares and concern. He will reach down and walk with us when we are in need. All we need is to reach up for Him. He is our Advocate with our Father in Heaven, who loves us too. May we worship our Savior, Jesus Christ's Birth during this Christmas month. Come and learn more about why we need a Savior. I will be blogging more beautiful truths about Him who we worship during this beautiful season. 

Discover Our Savior


Marie Rayner said...

It makes me feel so sad when I think that there are so many in the world who do not want to know this beautiful truth we seek to share LeAnn! I, too, love working with these amazing young Elders and Sisters. It is always sad when one moves on to another area, but also exciting to meet the new ones coming in. What a blessing it is to serve a mission. Love and hugs to you! xoxo

Denise said...

lovely post

Christy Monson said...

You are such an artist at putting these blogs together. I do love your work and join my testimony with yours. Think of you and the fun you are having every day. Lots of love, Christy

Have a granddaughter going into the MTC today. Going to Argentina. What a wonderful blessing missionary work is. Hugs

Debbie said...

it sounds like a wonderful evening!! you all have a strong bond and commitment, it is of great comfort to be around people of the same faith!!!

The Mama Birds said...

What a gorgeous header and beautiful post!

Mom of 12 said...

Love love love this one!


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