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November 20, 2023

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Donna Minto

This is so timely for me, preparing for Christmas concerts which cannot be overtly Christian. I am using songs like: The Heart of Christmas is Love which goes further and says “pure, unselfish love”. Undoubtedly, love is what Christmas is all about. Thank you for the daily thoughts on love.

Jim Gordon

Thanks Donna. I often think these first verses are skipped over, at least in our heads. I've often thought it would dramatise the reading if we had the sound effects of gong and cymbal!

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