5 Reasons Why It’s Never Too Early For Christmas
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Yes, Christmas isn’t for another month. Yes, we haven’t had Thanksgiving yet. But that doesn’t mean we can’t break out a Christmas song every once in a while. Here are five reasons why you should start thinking about Christmas today.
While you read, here is a Christmas song to get you in the Christmas spirit.
Christmas reminds of us the gospel?
It’s never too early to think about Christ’s birth, and where we would be without him. Because Christ came down and became human, we have a beautiful redemption story to be hopeful for.
“So the Word became human and made his home among us. He was full of unfailing love and faithfulness. And we have seen his glory, the glory of the Father’s one and only Son.” – John 1:14
Christmas is a time to eat as many cookies as possible guilt free
It’s never too early to plan your baking strategy for Christmas time. Cookies, Fruit Cakes, and Fudge, you can make them all if you plan now!
Christmas is a time to be selfless.
Normally, Christmas is a time when we think about what gifts we want. Maybe this year we can focus on giving to others instead of ourselves and our own families. Christmas is a perfect time to share the love of Christ.
Christmas is a time to be with your family!
One of the best things about Christmas is that the kids are on break. Start planning now how you and your family can give back this Christmas, whether that’s singing carols at a nursing home or donating a toy to WAY-FM’s 27th Annual Southwest FLorida Toy Drive.
Christmas is a time to help families all over Southwest Florida.
This Christmastime, you can be a blessing to a needy child right here in SWFL. All you have to do is purchase a brand new toy and drop it off at the WAY-FM office any weekday from 9am -5pm. We are located at 1860 Boy Scout Drive, suite 202 Fort Myers, Florida 333919. Or you can drop off your toy at one of the WAY-FM Roadshow stops.
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