DAY SIX (Colours)

Angels told the shepherds, and the shepherds told the villagers.  The place was packed, with Jews.  But later, people came from a far country.

Angels, shepherds, villagers;
Jews, Gentiles;

Kings coming to see the Born-in-a-Barn…

It not only “takes all kinds”, but God gives “all kinds”…

A good way to relax on a holiday, is to do a puzzle. Or try a paint-by-number, or work on a quilt or some knitting or other craft; they say that a colouring book is an excellent ‘therapy’ activity for adults. Note how it takes so many different colours, pieces, etc., to fit together for the larger picture–and make something beautiful.


This is a new puzzle The Mom got last year–notice how many shades of the same colour (red)!

The Mom has some Christmas puzzles that she does every year (like the one above); plus a colouring book that she’s been working on for years–she has a large package of coloured pencils, that includes lots of variations of all the basic shades.  Even with so many colours, she has had trouble in the past, trying to copy various things from nature.  How very many shades there are in God’s creation!

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