My Thursday Thoughts | Celebrating Christmas 2020

As I mentioned in Monday’s post, Christmas 2020 is a time to renew our hope, recapture our joy, regain our peace, and reignite our love because Christmas reminds us of the precious gift our God gave to us in Jesus Christ. It’s a beautiful time of year, even in what has surely been one of the most difficult years human kind has collectively known.

It’s been a phenomenal year here at The Devotional Guy™. This blog has been blessed with record traffic, reaching new heights in visitors, views, likes and comments. And that’s all due you, the faithful Reader. So, THANK YOU for making it a tremendous year despite the circumstances we’ve found ourselves navigating through in 2020.

Here are the top 5 posts for 2020:

  1. Daily Scripture | 7 Bible Verses for Starting a New Job
  2. The COVID-19 Devotionals | Day 1
  3. The Seven Wonders of God
  4. 7 Attributes of God That Help Me Navigate Uncertain Times
  5. Psalm Saturday: Psalm 49 Devotional

Here are 7 other reader favorites from the past 7 years of blogging on The Devotional Guy™:

  1. More of Him. Less of me.
  2. Serenity Prayer
  3. Operation Christmas Child
  4. 3 Things Pastor Mark Jones Taught Me
  5. Topsy Turvy
  6. The Next Stop
  7. Finding Hope In A World of I Don’t Care

I am truly greatful for those of you who choose to read my posts on a regular basis and I am humbled by the many of you who faithfully follow this blog. It’s been an interesting writing journey these past 7 years as well as being an incredible 7 trips around the Sun.

God bless you and those you love. Sweet T and I wish you all a Merry Christmas! May there be peace on earth!

Blessings,

The Devotional Guy™

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8 Comments

  1. Wow, seven years! That’s quite a streak, Rainer. Keep going brother, and thank you for your encouragement to newbies like me. Merry Christmas Eve and blessings to you and Sweet T.

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  2. Merry Christmas, David! May you and your family have a blessed time celebrating the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Thank you for your encouragement as well. I always look forward to our conversation and I appreciate your faithfulness in reading my posts.

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  3. I love you, brother. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

    And if this was one of the hardest years in history, I’m the luckiest guy evah! All I had to do was sit on my couch and collect unemployment!

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  4. I love you too, my friend. Based on what I know about you, sitting on the couch isn’t something that comes easily for you. I appreciate you, brother. May your Christmas be great and your 2021 even greater. Ride on.

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