Remember this December, love weighs more than gold.: Friday was the first official shopping day for Christmas, known as black Friday. Sometimes, I wonder if our hearts have become a little black. I read in the newspaper about a Walmart store in New York, where shoppers had stood outside waiting for the store to open at 5 A.M. When the Walmart worker opened the door, the people turned into savages, they started trampling over each other. They knocked the worker down, and then just walked over him, to go shopping. The man was severely hurt, the store had to close down for a few hours to take the man to the hospital. When they made the announcement that they would be closing, the people got mad. The Walmart worker died upon arrival at the hospital, others were also taken to the hospital with injuries, including an eight month pregnant woman. Thank God, she and her baby are ok. Is this what Christmas has come to? Seeing who can get the best deals, regardless of the true cost? More crimes are committed at this time of the year, due to the fact, that people become desperate to buy their love ones gifts. This year will be worse, due to the terrible state of the economy. People, we need to wake up. Christmas is not about how many gifts you can give, or how many you can receive. It is about the most precious gift ever given to this world, Jesus. Our focus needs to be totally upon Him. If you want to give a priceless gift this year, a gift that keeps on giving, give the gift of Jesus, and His love. Talk to people about Jesus, share the dear Gospel with them. Help lead them to the bright morning star, Jesus. The sweetest gift, is the one that comes straight from your heart, not a shopping mall. Jesus, and His precious love, far outweigh, any amount of money that you could ever spend.