Avoiding Buyer's Remorse


All I want for Christmas is _______________.

That’s right. Fill in the blank.

The one thing I don’t want is buyer’s remorse.

Remorse usually happens when some desire grows into that sometimes unnamed or undefined or under-refined “something” that will solve that “something” that is termed an “idol.”

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A great holiday present: Portals to Heaven in book form. Buy at 9.95 each or in a various size cases. "A lot better than a sweater!"

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Advent and Christmastime are wrapped with desires that can easily run amuck. It might be a good time to examine what and why is filled in the above blank space.

PORTAL TO HEAVEN: Ironically, Christmas can easily cross the thin line from giving to taking - the antithesis of what rocked his cradle and the world.

just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many…For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. Matthew 20:28 NIV, John 3:16 NIV

__________ Another idea for a spiritual Christmas Gift: Start journaling your Thanksgiving portals year-round with the world's only "StoryJournal™". Click here: The King's Favorite Book on our Shop Page. _______

COMMENTS: norepcom@gmail.com Portals to Heaven is now on the Sound of Life radio network throughout the northeast.


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