Glenda Mills

Hope That Doesn't Disappoint

Call Him Jesus


Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign.
Behold a virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call
His name Immanuel. Isaiah 7:14

What a wonderful time of the year as believers in Jesus remember the hope and joy of Christmas. What wonderful news that Jesus broke through the darkness of night to enter our  world…To show us what God is like. And what a miracle to believe that Jesus can still break through the darkest and hardest of hearts and cause us to be born again. We can become like little children and receive eternal life when we bow before the King of Kings and Lord of Lords and receive this Blessed Gift of the Father. The gift of forgiveness of our sins, the gift of new life in Christ, the gift of heaven awaiting those who will come and believe. I invite you to grab a bible and read the entire chapter of John 3. May we have eyes to see and ears to hear the good news of the gospel.


Call Him God’s Son
Loving Savior
 Incarnate Baby come down to earth

Call Him Mighty God

Birthed in holy hush of night
and Laid in a manger 

Call Him Wonderful Counselor
Infinite Comforter,
Full of grace, mercy and truth

Call Him Jesus, Gift of the Father 
Seeking and saving
those who are lost 

May the Joy of Jesus fill your heart and home this Christmas and in the days to come.
Love Glenda and Dave Mills 

*Painting by my sister, Jean Bryars 

8 thoughts on “Call Him Jesus

  1. God bless you this Christmas, Glenda. I pray you and your family are well. 🎄🎄🎄. Susan

    Sent from my iPhone



  2. What a beautiful Christmas message. I pray that many will read this and respond to The King.


  3. Amen! Beautiful Glenda! So grateful He did invade our darkness and revealed Himself to our waiting hearts. So glad He still does that! Wishing a blessed Christmas to you and yours ❤️


  4. Reblogged this on Glenda Mills and commented:

    An old blog, but with an unchanging message. May the Hope of Christmas flood your heart with the living reality of Jesus…Immanuel God with us.


  5. It’s still a Biblical truth today. Thanks for reposting this. Merry CHRISTmas!


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