Best Festive Season Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Best Festive Season Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Best Festive Season Sayings By Howard W. Hunter: If you desire to find the true spirit of Christmas and partake of the sweetness If you desire to find the true spirit of Christmas and partake of the sweetness of it, let me make this suggestion to you. During the hurry of the festive occasion of this Christmas season, find time to turn your heart to God. Perhaps in the quiet hours, and in a quiet place, and on your knees - alone or with loved ones - give thanks for the good things that have come to you, and ask that His Spirit might dwell in you as you earnestly strive to serve Him and keep His commandments. He will take you by the hand and His promises will be kept. — Howard W. Hunter
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Best Festive Season Sayings By Soraya Diase Coffelt: The festive season isn't just a time to teach children about Jesus and giving, it's The festive season isn't just a time to teach children about Jesus and giving, it's also a time to teach your children about those less fortunate. This year, encourage your children to pick a present and give it to a child who has none, or take them to a charity drive. — Soraya Diase Coffelt
Best Festive Season Sayings By Abigail George: DelayThe warmth Of the smooth rocksIn the sunRipplesOn the surfaceOf pools in the surfAnd on Delay
The warmth
Of the smooth rocks
In the sun

Ripples
On the surface
Of pools in the surf
And on the beach

The rush
Of colour
In every destination
The uninterrupted flight plan

Vanishing acts
Flashbacks and passages
Rare appearances of family
The timeless dance

The swift motion
Of the perfect match
Of leaves against grass
Chameleon-like and provocative

This season is festive
Uncomplicated
Filled with high hopes
A portrait of a family

My demands are small
Summer is when you'll be home
From school
More grown up than before. — Abigail George
Best Festive Season Sayings By J. Curtis Sanburn: Just when the air turns frosty and the days shrink into darkness, the Christmas season Just when the air turns frosty and the days shrink into darkness, the Christmas season arrives in America. It begins at Thanksgiving--with families, feasts and football. Then during the next six weeks we shop and decorate, worship and make merry. Our hearts warm in the winter cold. We find compassion for strangers, and we remember there are miracles. Pious or festive or both, we join together in an extraordinary national festival. — J. Curtis Sanburn
Best Festive Season Sayings By Lottie Moon: Is not the festive season when families and friends exchange gifts in memory of The Is not the festive season when families and friends exchange gifts in memory of The Gift laid on the altar of the world for the redemption of the human race, the most appropriate time to consecrate a portion from abounding riches and scant poverty to send forth the good tidings of great joy into all the earth? — Lottie Moon
Best Festive Season Sayings By Jane Cleland: I love Christmas! I'm not religious, but I love the trappings of the season. I I love Christmas! I'm not religious, but I love the trappings of the season. I love the decorations, and the music, and Santa, and the festive food, and the cinnamon- and vanilla-infused aromas. — Jane Cleland
Best Festive Season Sayings By Kate Atkinson: Continually amazed at just how many skills and crafts could go into making "a lovely Continually amazed at just how many skills and crafts could go into making "a lovely home" - the patchwork quilts you could sew, the curtains you could ruffle, the cucumbers you could pickle, the rhubarb you could make into jam, the icing-sugar decorations you could create for your Christmas cake - which you were supposed to make in September at the latest (for heaven's sake) - and at the same time remember to plant your indoor bulbs so they would also be ready for "the festive season," and it just went on and on, every month a list of tasks that would have defeated Hercules and that was without the everyday preparation of meals, — Kate Atkinson