The Greatest Christmas Gift

The true meaning of Christmas points us to the Gospel, which is the good news about what Jesus Christ has done to reconcile sinners to God. This Christmas, I would like to share the greatest gift in life with you — Jesus Christ! 

The one and only God, who is holy, made us in His image so that we may know Him.

But because of our sinful nature, we sinned and cut ourselves off from God, thereby deserving punishment, which results in death.

In His great love, God sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to save us from our sin and the wrath of God. Jesus Christ lived a sinless life, died on the cross as a perfect sacrifice to bear God’s wrath in our place, and rose from the dead in order to give us eternal life.

God now calls us to repent of our sins and believe that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior so that we may have eternal life and fellowship with God our Creator.

Now that’s the best gift! If you haven’t already, I hope that this Christmas Day, you will think over what Jesus Christ has already done for you and accept this gift of salvation from God.

As we look forward to 2013, I wish you and your family a merry Christmas and a happy new year filled with God’s blessings, joy, and peace!

Below are photos of my class’s Christmas art projects leading up to Winter Break. Enjoy!

Christmas Advent Calendar Bell made of yellow, red, and green construction paperAngels made of white construction paper and colored pencilsCandy Cane made of white construction paper, green construction paper for the ribbon, and a box top to roll around a golf ball dunked in red paint

Stocking made of red construction paper, green yarn, and die-cut winter shapes to stuff my little Christmas treat bag for my students

Puzzle Picture Frame made of wooden coffee stirrers, tacky glue, puzzle pieces, gold and silver stars, card stock, and ribbon for our parents

Christmas Card made of paper, die-cut stars, and hole-punched circles for our parents 

Santa made of white copy paper, green copy paper for the background, and crayonsWhen we return from Winter Break, I am looking forward to winter-themed art projects!


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