A white Christmas. Relaxing and playing games with the family. Next week promises to be another wonderful family get-together. I’m looking forward to it, especially since we have had an incredibly busy few weeks preparing for our Christmas celebration. I just have not had the time to post on The Sower this month like I wanted to.
Thank you so much for reading the Sower. Have a great Christmas celebrating the birth of our Savior and I look forward to serving you in 2008 as God leads.
I’m doing my last-minute packing and just remembered to pack my tracts for the trip. I used to take ten to twenty, but I take a LOT more now. It’s amazing how many people God brings across my path. On shopping trips and when traveling, I have run out of tracts from time to time.
As Elisha said to the widow in 2 Kings 4, “Go around and ask all your neighbors for empty jars. Don’t ask for just a few. Then go inside and shut the door behind you and your sons. Pour oil into all the jars, and as each is filled, put it to one side.”
The widow obeyed Elijah and “when all the jars were full, she said to her son, ‘Bring me another one.’
“But he replied, ‘There is not a jar left.’ Then the oil stopped flowing.”
The widow showed a lot of faith to collect all those jars in order to fill them with just the little oil she had in her home. So, take more tracts than you think you need and watch how many more opportunities God gives you!