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He is Risen Indeed.

The grave could not hold Him.

God raised Him up, ending the pains of death, because it was not possible for Him to be held by it. – Acts 2:24

This changes EVERYTHING!

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It's Friday, but Sunday's coming

It’s Friday. Jesus is praying. Peter’s a sleeping. Judas is betraying. But Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. Pilate’s struggling. The council is conspiring. The crowd is vilifying. They don’t even know That Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. The disciples are running Like sheep without a shepherd. Mary’s crying. Peter is denying. But they don’t know That Sunday’s a comin’.

It’s Friday. The Romans beat my Jesus. They robe him in scarlet. They crown him with thorns. But they don’t know That Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. See Jesus walking to Calvary. His blood dripping. His body stumbling. And his spirit’s burdened. But you see, it’s only Friday. Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. The world’s winning. People are sinning. And evil’s grinning.

It’s Friday. The soldiers nail my Savior’s hands To the cross. They nail my Savior’s feet
To the cross. And then they raise him up Next to criminals. It’s Friday. But let me tell you something Sunday’s comin’

It’s Friday. The disciples are questioning. What has happened to their King. And the Pharisees are celebrating That their scheming Has been achieved. But they don’t know It’s only Friday. Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. He’s hanging on the cross. Feeling forsaken by his Father. Left alone and dying
Can nobody save him? Ooooh It’s Friday. But Sunday’s comin’

It’s Friday. The earth trembles. The sky grows dark. My King yields his spirit. It’s Friday.
Hope is lost. Death has won. Sin has conquered. and Satan’s just a laughin’

It’s Friday. Jesus is buried. A soldier stands guard. And a rock is rolled into place. But it’s Friday. It is only Friday. Sunday is a comin’!

​Sermon by S. M. Lockridge (here it here)

Sorrow now, but the resurrection’s on Sunday.

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Happy New Year

We pray over our customer and their orders. We pray that God will bless them, protect them, and guide them to do amazing things for His Glory. Know that we pray for you today. May God bless this New Year and may He use you to lead other to Him and His kingdom.


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The object of a New Year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul. – GK Chesterton

I don’t do New Year resolutions. They are pointless because they are the same desires I have all year, every day. They are these. To stay fit and healthy for my family. To be a better mom and wife. To grow closer to God every day, week, month and year. And, to be open to what God desires me to do. If I walk closely with God I will be able to accomplish my goals. I don’t need a new calendar page to help me. I need my Jesus!

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As of December 23, ​ is closed for Winter Vacation.

We will be taking time to spend with family and God. We hope that you get to spend this time with your family too.

Rest assured, we will re-open ​ on December 29th.


Luke 2:8-14

And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. 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.”

Merry Christmas from our His-Child family to yours.

O Holy Night

Over 2000 years ago, Mary and Joseph made the journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem. They likely traveled with a caravan of other travelers, perhaps with others returning for the census for the safety and companionship of traveling in numbers. We don’t know exactly what route they took—perhaps the shorter but more demanding walk along the trade route through the center of the region, or perhaps the flatter way through the Jordan River Valley. Regardless of the route, the approximately 100-mile trip would have taken them 8-10 long days of walking. This must have been a scary journey for young, pregnant Mary.

While we celebrate the birth of Jesus in December, some scholars believe it is more likely that he was born in September, so Mary and Joseph may have journeyed in the oppressive heat of July or August.

Today, visitors can walk this route for themselves, called the Nativity Trail, and was developed by Palestinians. The trail begins in Nazareth, hometown of Mary, and stretched straight down through the West Bank to Bethlehem, the city of Jesus’ birth. (​

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Silent Night

Have you ever wondered how far apart each of the events of Jesus’ birth story took place. Have you ever asked when the shepherds showed compared to the wise men? How little was Jesus when his family visited the temple and Simeon and Anna saw Jesus? And how old was he when his family fled to Egypt? Not all of these things took place when Jesus was a newborn or even an infant. Some happened in His toddler years. We’ll if you are curious, here is a great place to see a plausible Christmas timeline that makes sense and works well with the information given in the Bible: A Matter Of Time (Christian Apparel that represents You and Your Faith.)

The immortal God is born, so that mortal man may live in eternity. – Jan Has

God gave up His mortality so we could gain.

Did you realize that your eternity begins the ​moment you accept Christ as Lord and Savior of your life. Yes, the physical will die, but your soul will live on. Jesus, who is immortal, came to earth and experienced all the suffering of birth, life and death. He didn’t have to, He wanted to. Why? So that the mortal, you and me, might live in eternity with Him. That’s what I call love! (Christian Home Decor that represent you and your faith)

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