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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Christmas (04/25/05)

TITLE: It's The 25th Every Day!
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04/28/05


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Some people see December 25th as a day off work or school. It is a day to exchange presents by some. To some who prefer not to participate, it is just one of those “religious holidays.” To a mass of people, those who believe in Christ and who comprise His real Church, it is Christmas.

C – The CREATOR’S birth on earth to show us true worth.

H – HIS only son’s life given to us so that we might live and also learn to give.

R – RICHES await us in heaven that we cannot even imagine.

I – I am His child because I asked Him into my heart. (I John. 1:12, NIV)

S – We’re SAVED by His grace, forgiven by His love and will see His face forever.

T – THANKS be to God for His indescribable gift! (II Corinthians 9:15, NIV)

M – All MEN have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. (Romans 3:23, NIV)

A – The penalty for ALL sin is eternal death. He paid that penalty. (Romans 6:23, NIV)

S – Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be SAVED. (Romans 10:13, NIV)


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Cheryl Johnson05/02/05
Nice little reminder.
donna robinson05/02/05
I've always liked poems that took the letters and gave them special meaning. You made these into the true meaning of Christmas.
Pekola Roberts05/02/05
Very well done. Scriptures at the end of each sentence will provide uniformity and lend to an easier read. Keep up the good work and I will continue to read your submissions.
P.K. Roberts
Dixie Phillips 05/08/05
This would be adorable if wee ones each had the letter and recited your recitations for a Christmas program. Great job!