Each Christmas I love to see the lights put on display. It’s something that’s always so cheerful, and it reminds me of why I celebrate this most special holiday. At the beginning of this Christmas season, my husband and I were walking downtown and found that some of the trees strung with lights were not lit up. We stopped numerous times as he plugged in the lights on forgotten trees.
I don’t know who else would do so. This happened on multiple occasions while we were walking in the area. It made me think of how he’s brought more light into my life. And these past few weeks I’ve reflected on how Christ has brought so much light into the world.
Here is my Christmas poem this year:
Christmas Lighting by Aubri Wilson All along the houses And trailing downtown Trees and shrubs Windows and doors Rooftops and eaves Outside and inside White or colorfully bright It cheers me to see Yet nothing compares With the lighting Christ gives Bringing great joy And great love All among His children Outside their windows And inside their hearts That true Christmas Lighting May always be found