One of the many things we chase after as human beings is joy. I admit I seek joy just as much as the next person. Yet, as I’ve gotten older, and hopefully wiser, I have come to learn that I have sought out joy in the wrong places. No, I’m not saying I’ve sought out “friends (or joy) in low places!” But I have through the years looked to things or people for my joy.
You can’t find your joy in others. Other things, other places, or other people. If I only had this house, that car, or wore the right clothing. Or if I could go to this vacation spot, live in this area or have that job. If I could only marry this person, have that kind of family, hang out with those people.
As the team here at Ask God Today Ministries has been sharing some of our Christmas memories and stories, I’d like to share mine with you today. Let’s just say that this particular memory taught ME a lesson about Christmas from a three year old!
Listen in as I explain how that three year old impacted my Christmas so many years ago!
Hi I’m Tammy Karasek. I’m one of the contributing writers here at Ask God Today Ministries and as we are celebrating Christmas this month of December, we’ve all decided to share a little Christmas memory or story with you. And I’m happy to share mine with you.