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Christmas Devotionals (23 of 25) by Jason Major

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Read MATTHEW 2:23   “Come to the door; and knock on the door.  Look around you in the vision; it is snowing outside.  It is beautiful isn’t it?  Be at rest; and come inside.  The fireplace is warm; and is ready to go.  How I have enjoyed spending all this time with you at My Christmas house.” “I want to give you a big hug right now; and hold you tightly in My love. For I know the thoughts and plans for your future, to give you hope and to give you joy.”

Free "4 Keys Wallpaper" to Download for Your Computer

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Keep a reminder of the 4 keys to hearing God's voice, continually before your eyes. Click here to get free 'Four Keys' downloadable wallpaper for your computer desktop (shown below). Click here for instructions on setting the wallpaper for your computer or phone.

Christmas Devotionals (22 of 25) by Jason Major

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Read MATTHEW 1 (NEW KING JAMES)   Father, what do You want to tell me about the Nativity Story today? “Walk to the gates of Christmas Mountain again; and come closer to the Father’s house.  Come, come inside the house, and see the fire burning.  You see Me coming to you, and you sitting down back on the sofa, to hear more about the story of the Nativity; to see things you’ve not seen before.”

Christmas Devotionals (21 of 25) by Jason Major

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Read LUKE 2:1-7   “Think back to Mary and Joey, and day one of the Birth of Jesus. Remember, Joseph was a carpenter, not a warrior. He was an unknown in the world at the time, as was Mary. Neither of these two had the money, resources or the power or authority to change the world.  All they had was this simple baby that had been born, and the responsibility to take care of it and nurture the baby and watch it grow.”

Christmas Devotionals (20 of 25) by Jason Major

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Read LUKE 2: NEW LIVING   “My child, remember the keys again to hearing My voice and hearing My heart.  Still your heart, listen and hear the quiet roar of the fireplace, the quiet music playing in the background.” “Step back into the Christmas house, as I share with you another layer of the Christmas story.  Here you are with so many thousand questions on your heart, and here I am to say to you to spend time with Me, value this time, and know that it is worthwhile.”

Fear Not, I Will Not Let You Down - by Patricia Canazon

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Jesus, what is it that You would say to me today?

Christmas Devotionals (19 of 25) by Jason Major

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Read Matthew 2 (NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION)   “Come, and walk towards the gates of Christmas Mountain, and see the gates open. It is important to Me that your heart is at peace as you come here.  I see the heavy burdens that you have carried in your heart, and the questions and struggles of life’s events.  As you walk up to the house, I want you to see that I have the keys to the house. I want to give you a key to the house, so that you can come here anytime you want.”

Christmas Devotionals (18 of 25) by Jason Major

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Read LUKE 2:8-20   “My child, here we are at Christmas Mountain. Now, put on your coat, it is time to put on your winter shoes and coat and walk with Me up the mountain to Christmas Village.  I want you to picture it like a small Charles Dickens Christmas Carol – like village, with shops and a small church and a town square.”

Creating a Culture of Dreaming in Your Home By Stacey Linsalata

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Stacey Linsalata was present in my seminar last weekend in Fort Wayne IN at Heartland church. As I taught the adults on hearing God's voice, Stacey taught the children on how to overcome nightmares. I have asked Stacey to write a blog, so I could introduce her and her ministry resources to my friends. 

Christmas Devotionals (17 of 25) by Jason Major

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Read MATTHEW 1:18-24   “It’s been a long day, My child. Come, and rest with Me.  Look into My eyes, I see your tiredness and need for rest. How you long for the magic of the holiday to heal you!” “Walk back into the living room with Me, and I want to sit in the comfy chair.  I have some hot apple cider for you to drink.” “I am here.  Let Me add some wood to the fire, as you listen to quiet Christmas music in the background.”

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