”For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9:6 KJV
THE INVITATION: November 29 - December 24, 2020
I am inviting you to join in with O.M. Inc. to celebrate the season of ADVENT 2020. Attached is a beginner's link to get you started.
WELCOME TO THE SEASON OF CELEBRATING ADVENT.
The Journey Has Begun!
The blessing of ADVENT prepares the way for our LORD and Savior JESUS CHRIST coming and arrival. The anticipation of it all has been seen as an exploration of faith, an inner search of the mind and heart. I pray that your first week of this ADVENT was new illuminating learning and appreciation for CHRIST-mas. As you move into the second week of ADVENT, please carry the Hope and Faith of the first week with you. The ADVENT journey is designed to add more soul searching spiritual knowledge and revelations to your ADVENT treasure chest.
Each Sunday of ADVENT does have a theme. They are hope and faith, peace, love, and joy. These themes are designed to bless the daily ADVENT meditation, prayer, and affirmation. They teach you how you should boldly share hope and faith, peace, love, and joy.
The theme for this week, starting today, December 6, 2020, is PEACE. The peace of the Saviour’s coming back and the arrival of CHRIST-mas.
ADVENT is also like a guiding star the wise men saw and followed. ADVENT guides one to explore what CHRIST-mas means to you personally and to discover that the greatest GIFT you can give to family, friends, and the world is the legacy, memory, and purpose of JESUS CHRIST’s arrival and soon return.
Dear Heavenly Father,
Thank you for the hope and faith that strengthens us to discover the real peace of CHRIST-mas. Amen in JESUS Name.
O.M. Daily Nugget:
”A born-again person ought to possess unspeakable peace in the spirit." - Watchman Nee
Food For Thought:
We celebrate the First Advent to whet our appetites for the Second. We long for the next coming. -Max Lucado