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Have a crucial Q? 
Don't know what to do?
Don't know which way to go?

Here is a universal, practical and effective A:
Find a quiet spot, open the Pastor and read. Ideas will come to your thought and jump-start knowing your right first or next step.  
Thank, trust and step out.

As you read, Angels. God's thoughts passing to man..., will come to your side. You won't have to make an appointment or call ahead. Love has already prepared everything for you.

Sound simple? Well, it is. What may seem hard is finding someone to walk with you through the valley.  But that is not a problem, this Pastor is open around the clock, even on Christmas Day. 

The never-out-for-lunch-or-dinner-or-anything Pastor.
If you are in a hotel room, you may find "50 shades of gray" at hand, but gray is not the color for clarity. It will blend in with the mist that you may already may see. You need more definition, more contrast like black ink or pixels on white paper or background that spell out right ideas that will help you understand what is true about God's love for you, right there, right now.

            Here is are two helpful linked screenshots to illustrate: 
             Isaiah 30:21
  screenshot:  http://goo.gl/BjgL3
  Science and Health   
screenshot:  http://goo.gl/P6cgT

The commercial side of December seems to trigger stress and to grow worries clouding thought. But the spiritual gifts Christmas brings are just your size, style and color. They include Peace, Joy, Light, Carols, Love and more.

The true heart and meaning of Christmas is not to be missed. 
A visit with the Pastor will light your way to Christ, Truth, the Bethlehem Babe.

Wishing you the full measure of Christ's Christmas promise,

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Author:  +Carolyn St.Charles
Bible versions and study resources:  http://biblesuite.com/  and  http://biblegateway.com 
Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy online:  http://goo.gl/P6cgT
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