Life has become even more demanding in our present day, hasn't it?
February, as we all know, is one of the most costly affairs in every year. A marketplace for digital offers (RetailMeNot.ca) recently conducted a survey of Canadians’ consumer spending for this month and it revealed that 80% of Canadians agree that people overspend on Heart’s Day—with an average spending of $164 on gifts and celebrations.
We are again in that time of the year when streets are lighted and houses are decorated, when foes become friends and families become closer, and when the night is colder but people’s hearts are warmer.
But above all, Christmas is the time of the year when we remember how the Almighty God gave His one and only Son, Jesus Christ, sent Him from heaven to earth, that we sinners might have life.
What does this mean for us?
Pastor Bong Gonzales
The greatest event that the Christendom has been celebrating annually since it occurred more than 2,000 years ago is the resurrection of Jesus Christ who is the foundation of Christian Faith.
Encouraging notes from JIL Canada local church Pastors and Coordinators.