by Marcie Bridges, @Marcie_Bridges 

But if I were you, I would appeal to God;
    I would lay my cause before him.
He performs wonders that cannot be fathomed,
    miracles that cannot be counted.
Job 5:8-9
Jesus come down
into my heart
light a spark
in the darkest part.
Show me, Jesus,
how to be born anew
wash me, cleanse me,
with a new attitude.
Refresh in me
the miracle of Your birth
reminding me, opening
my eyes to see
the wonders of Your love
miracles from above
not just on Christmas
but each and every day.

~Marcell Warner Bridges
©17 December 2017
All Rights Reserved.

I need a Christmas miracle.

My heart, consumed with too many cares, too many worries, is raveling apart. Watching loved ones hurt other loved ones, while others too busy to stand still for a minute have an attitude that breaks me to my knees.

I can’t seem to wrap my mind around the changes that have been made for this year. I can’t seem to believe in my heart that events have taken place to reshape our usual traditions. I want so much to fix it all, but I can’t. Only God can fix what has been broken.

So I am in need of a miracle. I need Jesus to come down and fix my attitude. Fix my heart. Help me to find peace within this chaos that has consumed my family for the past few months.

Maybe you are in need of a miracle too? Maybe your heart is aching for some normalcy like mine? Something to hang your hat onto?

Growing up, I would listen to a musical every Christmas called, “A Miracle Happened at Christmas”. The theme of this musical is this: 

“God’s still doing miracles. Let Him do a miracle for you.” 
I’m walking in expectation this week of a miracle for myself and my family. I hope you will expect and let Him do a miracle in your life this Christmas too.
From My Heart to Yours,
Need a Christmas present that will touch hearts? My poetry book, Broken & Spilled Out, is available for purchase 

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