Day 43- Christmas

So thankful for Jesus coming to earth to make a way for us. So very, very thankful!!! Traditionally we Mexicans celebrate Christmas on December 24th. We stay up till midnight to open gifts. Since we do that, Dec. 25th is usually the most boring day in our family. We stay home and sleep in and eat leftovers and that’s pretty much it. 
In my fellowship we have a House Hold Community group text where our whole group communicates. This year, one person asked to see what everyone was eating for Christmas, and I want to share these pictures with y’all! 


Southern Christmas Spread


Biscuits and gravy 


Southern breakfast


Steak, risotto & homemade sangria


Maine Prime rib 


Korean Christmas Dinner


Kansas Christmas Dinner


Menudo de México with fresh homemade tortillas!! 

Look at these plates!! All different styles, all different places on earth and yet the story is the same. Family coming together to celebrate the birth of our King!! What a beautiful picture of what Christmas is. 

I know this blog is about food issues and all that, but today food is just food and I love how our culture is seen in all of these pictures. Each one is different and they all represent our multi-cultural fellowship. Exactly what Jesus did. Bridged the gap between all these different peoples by uniting everyone at the table. Himself. 

What a wonderful God we serve!!! He has made a way for everyone! Seriously, the greatest Christmas gift, ever! Merry Christmas everyone. 

“For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” – Isaiah 9:6

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