As we find ourselves heading into the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it is important for us to slow down and consider how our hearts are interacting with what the world would tell us is important. During this time of year it is important to give thanks for the good gifts that we have been given - like family, friends, food, and presents. But we have to be careful that we do not love the gifts more than the good gift Giver.
With this sermon I hope to encourage you to stop, look around, and grow in your awe of God. I pray that you are encouraged to see God in the everyday moments and to worship him as you enjoy the gifts He has given.