Monday, December 12, 2011

So This Is Christmas-Caroling Blog Hop

                                     I am joining a Caroling Blog Hop at Peggy's - aMazing Grace,,,Mazes, Messes, Miracles. Won't you join us in caroling across our blogs until next Saturday. Just list a favorite carol, and sing along as you go. I hope you will join us.  I love this song, really makes you think. So, this is Christmas, and what have you done?? Going shopping on black Friday, having all your gifts bought, and having everything you are cooking for Christmas dinner, that is not what the song is talking about.  Have you reached out to another fellow human being this season, that is really in need of a friend? Have you donated toys to needy children? Coats, or food, to needy, homeless families. Dig deep, think of others, not yourself.  Share the greatest gift of all, Jesus, and His love.                                                                  

8 comments:

From the Heart said...

Beautiful song for Christmas and I loved the scenery on the video.
So glad your joining us.

Cranberry Morning said...

Lovely! We have a caroling party after our Fourth Sunday of Advent devotional with friends. It is wonderful. There are so many good carols, so many that tell of the amazing grace that God would send His one and only Son to be born in a humble manger - that Jesus would set aside His glory to become a human, to die - in order to rescue us.

Debbie Huffaker said...

What a neat idea!!!

Chatty Crone said...

I enjoyed your song today. sandie

Alida Sharp said...

What a great idea!! And what a great song you chose.

joy and blessings,
Alida

Doug Spurling said...

Loved it! Merry Christmas to you and yours and God bless us everyone.

Peggy said...

Blessings sweet Denise,

Thanks for joining in CAROLING from blog to blog with this meaningful message and Christmas song!

I love Celine Dion's singing!

Your message through this song shows your true heart! Wonderful suggestions for GIVING to others! Less of us and more of Jesus!

Much Love and prayers,
Peggy

Cathy said...

A very pretty song, Dear, and thanks for sharing those thoughts. Love and prayers ~