All We Need For Christmas

Cowboys, Billionaires, and other Christmas Fantasies
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From "Welcome To Wonderland":
“You have been chosen,” the old woman said. “Out of all the lasses in the land, you’ve been judged the most suitable.”

“For who?”

Babs made a curtsy then, but did not rise afterward. The maidservants followed suit.

“Stop. I’m just … just Laurie Gray.” No one should bow to her. She drove a four-door compact like half the city. She lived in a townhouse identical to all six of her neighbors’ places. She worked in a cubicle in a sea of other cubicles at Atkin & Sons.

“Oh, no, miss,” the old woman said, her face still toward the floor. “You are the prince’s bride, soon to be the queen.”


Nothing’s real at Christmas. The trees are fake. Well, mostly. The decorations largely made out of plastic. Our smiles are often fake, too. Forced into situations to “celebrate,” we go along with it and do our best to survive for an hour and find an easy escape. Then there’s Uncle James. Who invited Uncle James? No one’s admitting it, and everyone’s looking down at their plate.

There are difficult people to deal with at this time of year. At home. At the office. Difficult to us. God loves people. God loves celebrating. He loves our songs and pageantry at Christmas. He is the reason we have gold and silver, the reason we make such beautiful designs. Workmanship comes from Him. Yet, in the midst of all these things that aren’t true, while the artificial surrounds us and comes from us, what holds our hearts is the birth of the Savior, Jesus Christ.

I am struck by the strength of His parents, how Mary willingly gave herself to fulfill God’s plan. She must have had a million questions about what would happen after the angel spoke to her. Not simply about pregnancy but about raising God’s Son. About Joseph’s reaction. And Joseph, after the angel told him to flee to Egypt, must have wondered how he would survive in a culture that was distinctly not Jewish. After all, he gave up his entire lifestyle to protect his newborn son.

But God the Father and God the Spirit were with them to supply all their needs, and today, as we mill amongst those long-lost relatives, sampling Aunt Maude’s cheesecake, He has not changed. He sent Jesus to be our complete salvation. There is not one need we have which He will not supply. He loves us so much.

Merry Christmas from my family to yours. Have a blessed holiday season!

“For God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son so that anyone who believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” (John 3:16 TLB)

Suzanne D. Williams, Author