Advent Devotionals for The Sandwich Generation Family from Kids to Seniors: Wonderful Gifts In Christ

by Kaye Swain

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My grandkids and I enjoyed some holiday one-on-one time over the last few weeks. One of the activities a grandchild helped me with was preparing this cute Christmas clipart to remind us of the wealth of gifts we have received on Christmas Day. It started with the baby – our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ. It's also such a joy for this Sandwich Generation granny nanny to remember, and share with the grandkids – and with you – all the gifts we have IN Him…

 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with EVERY spiritual blessing in the heavenly places IN Christ. Ephesians 1:3

WOW! Now that is definitely an awesome gift for Christmas, isn't it! EVERY spiritual blessing in the heavenly places! And if you go read all of Ephesians 1, you'll discover even more sweet treasures and gifts from our Heavenly Father, Who loves us so much. Talk about your encouraging Bible verses along with such wonderful Advent truths to share with our whole family during devotions and activities, from the kids and grand children on up to the sweet elderly parents we are caring for.  

And you'll find even more inspirational and uplifting Scriptures at Internet Cafe Devotions for this Word-Filled Wednesday. See you there! :)

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Alice

I am so thankful for God’s blessings through His Son, Jesus.

2 Peggy

Blessings Kaye, You’re so right! What an AWESOME GIFT He is! The BEST for every generation! I love Ephesians! Good Morning Girls is planning to study Ephesians starting on Jan.15th!

May you enJOY a very Merry and Blessed Christmas!

3 Cathy

That is just precious, Dear. I love it.

4 Denise

Good post.

5 Kaye Swain

Amen, Alice, AMEN! :)

6 Kaye Swain

Thanks, Cathy! :)

7 Kaye Swain

Thank you Denise! :)

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