Christmas Prayer

Sunrise, Lancaster, PA 25 December 2019. Photo taken by Mandy Sweigart-Quinn

Jesus, thank You for the opportunity to celebrate Your birth. Remind us that today is about You and what You have done. Jesus, Thank You for Your Incarnation. May we NEVER forget that for the first time in human history, when You were born was sinful man able to see God’s face and live. Thank You Jesus for coming and dwelling among us. May we give You the praise, glory, honor that is Yours, not just today but everyday.
Jesus, thank You that Your birth is the beginning of man’s reconciliation with God. Jesus, You are the Light of the World, may we never forget this Truth. May we be the light that You have called Your people to be, pointing others to You.

Triune God, thank You for the gift of salvation. Lord, for those who are hurting today, I ask that You will give them comfort. For those who are stressed by the consumerism and commercialism of this day, may they rest in knowing who You are. Lord, in all things may we be reminded that the baby in the manger, grew up, went to the cross and suffered and died for us and three days later rose from the grave defeating death, pain, sickness. Lord, this Christmas may we be reminded that Jesus’s presence is our greatest Christmas present. In Jesus’s Name I pray, Amen.

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Blue Collar Theologian

My name is Mandy Sweigart-Quinn, I live in Lancaster, PA and I am a “Blue Collar Theologian.” I love Jesus! I am passionate about His Word (The Holy Bible)! I come alive when I can encourage others in their walk with Jesus (whether by writing or speaking). As a “Blue Collar Theologian” it is my aim to live/practice/work out my Christian hope with sincerity, authenticity and genuineness. As a “Blue Collar Theologian,” I strive to meet people right where they are (“Incarnational Theology”). I graduated in May 2019 from Capital Seminary and Graduate School with a Master's in Biblical Studies. I am a passionate, excited and enthusiastic person! I love flowers, sports and sunsets. Since January 2, 2018 I have had the privilege of being married to Nathan.

5 thoughts on “Christmas Prayer”

  1. A good Christmas prayer! To answer your question my time was spent with my side of the family (sisters and parents) along with my wife and daughters. We had a blessed time


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