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  1. Going to see lights was an important part of the holidays as a kid, I suppose some people still enjoy driving around. I hope you get to go. I’m sure it’s beautiful from London bridge.

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      We used to go and see the lights, too, when I was a kid. I loved it. So, exciting. Merry Christmas, Rebecca.

  2. Sounds like a beautiful festival. We live in the Netherlands, so it’s a bit far away to go visit (although right now we are in New Zealand visiting my family 😊).

    This is so true: “Christmas is not just about twinkling lights that transform our homes on dark winter nights, but about the light of Jesus who changes our dark hearts and lights up our lives.” I needed Light in so many areas of my heart this past year. So glad our Savior never stops pursuing and transforming our deceitful hearts.

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      Amen. I’m right there with you – so glad our Savior never gives up on us but transforms the darkest corners of our hearts. Merry Christmas. Enjoy spending time with your family in New Zealand. A place I hope to visit next year.

  3. Love this, Rachel. A little convicting as I was just one who inventoried her annual accomplishments. My prayer moving into 2018 is that I can do away with any “look at me” shine and instead put on a “look at Jesus” shine! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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