Your house bustles with activity. Christmas Eve services—everyone “get into the car.” Family gatherings and gift exchanges. Last minute baking.
Today busyness abounds in most of our homes. But infused into all the hustle and bustle is a sense of expectation—of waiting.
Tomorrow we will rise to celebrate our Savior. We will give gifts because He gave us the greatest gift. We will sing and laugh and feast together because ultimately He came near. But today, we wait.
I like what C.S. Lewis said about waiting: