Christmas Make Room – A Christmas Prayer by Christine Sine December 22, 2014 December 22, 2014 I wrote this prayer for Christmas last year and used it as the Christmas eve prayer in A Journey Toward Home. I found myself reflecting on it again this morning and thought that some of you might appreciate it too. Related Christmas 2014Christmas prayer 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail previous post A Manger Invitation – Shortening the Guest List by Ryan Harrison next post Light a Candle for the Unsung Heroes You may also like HOW LONG WILL WE WAIT? January 2, 2021 FreerangeFriday: Opening Gifts in 2021 January 1, 2021 The Lantern and the Lamb December 30, 2020 Meditation Monday – The Moods of Christmas December 28, 2020 Maranatha December 26, 2020 A Contemplative Christmas Service in the Style of... December 25, 2020 FreerangeFriday: Merry Christmas from Nashville December 25, 2020 Incarnation December 24, 2020 Christmas Greetings from Tom and Christine December 19, 2020 FreerangeFriday: Advent, The Gift of Interruption December 11, 2020 4 comments Mary Harwell Sayler December 22, 2014 - 2:34 pm Christine, I pray we pray this prayer all year! To encourage other Christian poets and writers to write from that center, I’ll highlight this on the Christian Poets & Writers blog – http://christianpoetsandwriters.blogspot.com. God bless you, your writing, and your Holy Days in Jesus’ Name. Loading... Log in to Reply Christine Sine December 29, 2014 - 5:42 pm Thanks Mary – it is one of my favourites. I frequently think about how I need to find new ways to make room for Jesus in my life. Many blessings on you. I hope you have had a wonderful Christmas and that the new year will be full of blessings and growth. Loading... Log in to Reply mrscac2013 December 29, 2014 - 5:39 pm This is such a beautiful poem! Thank you, Christine, for this lovely poetry prayer…Carol Castagna Loading... Log in to Reply Christine Sine December 29, 2014 - 5:41 pm Thanks Carol for your feedback. It is always good to know that people appreciate the prayers I write. Loading... Log in to Reply You must log in to post a comment.