I really wanted to take the time to think about what I should write for this blog post and that’s why there wasn’t any blog posts up last week.
I don’t know what it is, but this year has been difficult for me to get inspired in order to write on here. I just want my words to matter to someone.
I want to write freely without anyone judging it and I think that’s what’s holding me back from writing.
This is me writing freely on what has been on my heart.
When we think of a Christmas list, we think of physical items that we either want or to give to someone else.
What I’m about to tell you isn’t anything we can buy and we all have to rely on God instead of purchasing whatever it is right away.
I have said this so many times in my blog posts this year, but 2020 has been hard on all of us – we just want this year to end already and hope that 2021 will be a restart where everything could go back to “normal.”
On my Christmas list, it’s so much more than gifts that are only temporary.
I pray that we have more kindness in this world and we start being kind to one another no matter what.
I pray that those who have lost their loved ones from the coronavirus will soon start healing and that they will know that they aren’t alone.
I pray that those who are struggling financially or got laid off this year will be able to still sustain themselves and their families.
I pray for the children all over the world that they will have someone to look up to, to teach them how to be kind and what that looks like. Not every child has a role model like this in their lives and it’s our job to step up to teach them about kindness because they might have never been taught that or have seen kindness around them in their household.
I pray that everyone will be treated equally no matter what – systemic racism needs to end.
I pray that those who have crossed borders will find their home here in the United States and that the process of becoming a citizen won’t take so long.
I pray that everyone feels welcomed and that they feel like they belong.
I pray that our Country starts healing no matter the outcome of the Presidential Election.
I pray for the Nurses and essential workers who have been working during this pandemic.
I pray for people in the military that God will continue to keep them safe and to bring them home to their families.
I pray for those who don’t have a home or family around them.
I pray for those who have been going through a difficult time with their mental health and are struggling to keep hanging on. If this is you, I want you to know that you are not alone and it’s going to be ok, you will get through this.
I pray for those who are battling a chronic disease and have no control over it.
We don’t know why things happen and it’s not for us to question God. We simply have to go with it by accepting whatever it is.
I pray that 2020 has taught all of us to never take life for granted because all of it can instantly e taken away from us.
Cherish the moments you’re with your family.
Take time to stop and live in the moment – take a break from your phone!
Take care of yourself.
One day, we won’t have any of these struggles or sufferings. We won’t feel so confused and telling God how we don’t understand why things happen to us. It will all be ok and we will all be filled with so much joy to the point we forget our pain once Jesus comes back.
You’re not alone.
You will get through this.
You’re so strong, please don’t give up.
Remember to spread kindness everywhere you go!
Now, this is my grown up Christmas list.
If you want me to pray for you, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me and you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
When you find the time, please listen to “My Grown Up Christmas List” by Kelly Clarkson!
“So here’s my lifelong wish
My grown up Christmas list
Not for myself but for a world in need
No more lives torn apart
That wars would never start
And time would heal all hearts
And everyone would have a friend
And right would always win
And love would never end, no
This is my grown up Christmas list
As children we believe
The grandest sight to see
Was something lovely wrapped beneath the tree
But Heaven only knows
That packages and bows
Can never heal a heartached human soul”
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“One day, we won’t have any of these struggles or sufferings. We won’t feel so confused and telling God how we don’t understand why things happen to us. It will all be ok and we will all be filled with so much joy to the point we forget our pain once Jesus comes back.”Tweet this!