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The Cleansing Tears

I woke up crying – sentimental tears welled up with a lovely piece of music.

Christmas Tears

I cry a lot. It's no longer news that my eyes are teary. Little things make me cry.

And I believe within each of us are reservoirs brimful with tears.

Tears of joy and gratitude. Sentimental tears that well up when our hearts are touched – an inexplicable tears that flow without control.

Tears of frustration and anger. Tears of disappointment and hurt. Then the sobering choking tears of grief.

The Bible says in Lamentations 2:18 (NASB), 
"Let your tears run down like a river."

I hope your outlook of Christmas becomes far more focused than a temporary holiday. I hope your heart draws you to tears every time you realize how much God loves you.

I hope you keep in mind how God cries over you and how He longs to have you WANT Him in your life. 

This Christmas, spend a little time shedding some tears. Tears of deep, deep love and gratitude for the ultimate gift given to us: JESUS.

I can't explain what exactly I am crying about. But it is cleansing. These tears have brought healing and joy.

Take a moment to praise God for the times when your tears have brought healing.

Merry Christmas!
Be of good cheer!
Stay joyful!

Posted by Nwamaka Ajaegbu 
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