Season Greetings

Bless the Lord Oh My Soul and
All That Is Within Me Bless His Holy Name!

Excitement floods every part of my being. Why? Because of
ADVENT! Advent gives new meaning to the lyrics: "When I think about the goodness of Jesus and all that He has done for me my very soul cries out Hallelujah! I thank God for saving me!"

To fully comprehend this excitement let me share with you a few points. First what is Advent? Advent is a time of expectation, a time of waiting, a time of anticipation. It is also a time of preparation, a time to get ready to receive.

In his article "Southern Baptists and Advent: Four Things to Know," author Joe Carter states: "Advent is a season of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus and preparation for His Second Coming." This past Sunday marked the official first day of Advent. Advent starts on the fourth Sunday before December 25 and ends Christmas Day.

Join me as we prepare ourselves for the coming of our Saviour! The Old folks say, "Don't let him catch you with your work undone."

How will you prepare for Advent? 
Please email me at and share how you are planning to prepare for Advent. I'm looking forward to reading your narratives.

ishing you every happiness this 
Holyday Season and prosperity in the New Year, 

Rev. Larry Green Sr.


Take an Advent journey of hope with these reading materials and devotional plans. Advent is simply a season of expectant waiting and preparation.
Discover that waiting is not wasting time when you're waiting on the Lord. 

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