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Merry Christmas!

December 24th, 2012 - Announcements


 Merry Christmas!!! I just love this time of year, as we take time to celebrate the goodness of our Savior Jesus! I am so thankful for so many things…Words truly can not express just how grateful I am! I am grateful to the King of the world, who came as a man to save us, so we could not only have eternal life…but so that we could have a personal relationship with Him! I am thankful to my wonderful husband, who is my best friend, and supports every ‘crazy‘ dream that is in my heart, (and even helps me bring them to life!) I am thankful for my family, who are the greatest gift to me on this earth….

But most of all, I want to express my deep gratitude for each and every one of YOU…When I quit my full time nursing job as a step of faith about a year ago, I honestly had no clue what the future would bring. All I knew is that the Lord was pressing it upon my heart to help others find the freedom and joy that He led me to in the area of weight, healthy eating, and freedom from eating disorders…And I can honestly say that nothing in this world brings me more joy than to watch people find freedom in Him! I want to thank each one of you that has supported, and blessed me with words of encouragement! I have learned so much already on this journey, and I have come to find that the body of Christ is truly just that…A body, with many parts. As each one of us takes our place in the body, doing what the Lord has called us to do, we can help each other become all that Christ has designed us to be!

My greatest prayer is that Dashing Dish has blessed you and your family in finding health, balance, and a deeper walk with our Savior! This Christmas, I pray that you and your family are richly blessed, and that you time time to enjoy one another, and of course reflect on what Christmas is all about – Jesus!

I recently found this awesome devotional by Andrew Wommack, which reflects on the birth of Jesus…I pray it blesses your heart as it did mine! Merry Christmas!


Written by: Andrew Wommack

LUKE 24:21

When the right time came, God sent forth His Son from Heaven in His pre-existent state, into the world. He was born of a woman (virgin birth) and was made subject to the requirements of the law. Jesus was sent at a specific time. The entrance of Jesus into the physical realm was not a random thing occurring at a haphazard time. There were developments that had to take place before Christ could come to earth and redeem man. The Father sent His Son to the earth at the earliest possible time. Anytime prior to the time Jesus was born of the virgin Mary, would have been premature.

His purpose for coming into the world was twofold. First, He came to “redeem them that were under the law.” He did this by perfectly keeping the law, fulfilling it, and paying its curse (Mt. 5:17; Gal. 3:13). Thus, Christ delivered us from the entire system of the law. The Greek word for redeem means “to buy OUT OF the slave market.”

Secondly, Christ gave us the status of sonship with all its privileges. Not only were we redeemed from the bondage of the law, but we were redeemed unto sonship. Many people stop short, only realizing what they were delivered from, not what they inherit. Sure, we need to rejoice that we are redeemed, but we also need to move on, and realize the full benefits of our inheritance.

God created us for Himself but we sold ourselves into slavery to the devil. God bought us back through the precious blood of Jesus Christ. No amount of effort, human works, or man’s own righteousness could bring the divine favor that we needed. It was the actual life of God (Lev. 17:11) that purchased our redemption.


Leah said:

Great message, Katie! I am so proud of you for stepping out in FAITH and letting God show you just how deep and wide HIS love is for you and all HIS children. I can’t wait to see what God has in store for you and DD in 2013! xo

December 24th, 2012 — 9:28am  |  Reply

Chantelle Wood said:

Merry Christmas Katie,

What amazing things to be thankful for – I know dashing dish and you have both been a true source of encouragement and Christ’s love in my life.

It’s amazing how God connects scattered pieces of His body to make a whole!

Blessings, peace and joy to you and your family this Christmas!

December 24th, 2012 — 5:37pm  |  Reply

Sarie said:

Thank you, Katie! We appreciate you too!

December 27th, 2012 — 11:42am  |  Reply

Liz Stark said:

Wishing you a Merry (belated) Christmas and a blessed rest of the holiday season. Thank you for the sharing that devotional – such powerful words.

December 29th, 2012 — 5:27am  |  Reply

Dashing Dish said:

Thanks Liz! Merry Christmas and happy new year!!!

December 29th, 2012 — 3:29pm  | 

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