Fearless Feasting: Weekly Message for 12-19-17

Dear Fellow Digital Pilgrim,

What I really want to say to you is very simple: Merry Christmas!!!

As a consecrated woman in Regnum Christi, I have followed God’s call to give myself entirely – body, soul, and spirit – to the Lord and the service of his Kingdom. And so, every Advent and Christmas, when we contemplate Christ’s total gift of himself through the Incarnation, my heart is moved, touched, and renewed in a special way. Somehow, gazing at the beautiful face of the Christ child never gets old for me. It reassures me that God’s love really is real, palpable, and within my grasp. It makes me want to consecrate my life to him all over again. Like the Wise Men from the East, I just never get tired of kneeling before baby Jesus, wrapped in his Mother Mary’s loving arms, and worshipping him.

And it is my sincere hope that some of the joy Jesus has given to my heart over the years will also bubble up in your heart this Christmas. All of our services and products here at RCSpirituality.org are meant to remind you of God’s real presence and interest in your life, and to expand your experience of all that he wants to give you.

I also want to thank all of you who have been supporting us this year, and for the past few years, with your prayers and donations. We are more convinced than ever that evangelizing the Digital Continent is a worthy enterprise, but we couldn’t do anything at all about it without your support.

All of us here at RCSpirituality.org will be remembering our digital pilgrims and missionaries in our prayers this Christmas in a special way. So lift your eyes to the Star of Bethlehem and let the glory of the Lord fill you with joy, so you can fearlessly celebrate our newborn Lord to the full this Christmas, holding nothing back.

Merry Christmas!!!!

Yours sincerely in Jesus,
Lucy Honner, CRC
Director, RCSpirituality Center
lucy@rcspirituality.org

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