Luke 7 invites us to dine at the table of contrast. We witness Christ in relation to two people, both equally loved by the One who sent His Son to dinner that night. Take a moment to read that Scripture passage. 

First we sit across from the Pharisee. Try to avoid stereotyping him. Many Pharisees were devoutly righteous men of God. Some were hypocrites, but others were genuine, striving desperately to keep the law.

The Pharisee who invited Christ to dinner possessed volumes of scriptural knowledge. He could have recited literally hundreds of verses. He coud have debated every Old Testament subject with intelligence and confidence. Let’s give him the benefit of the doubt and assume he was a good man—and probably a curious man.

The host and his guest scarcely had time to greet each other and get comfortable before an intruder walked through the door.

The host was appalled that a woman of the streets would enter his home. Imagine his embarrassment when the uninvited guest got down on her knees, wept at Christ’s feet, and anointed them with perfume!

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After delivering a mental verdict of “guilty” over her, the Pharisee placed Christ on the stand as well. He judged, “If this man were a prophet, he would know who is touching him and what kind of woman she is—that she is a sinner” (Luke 7:39).

I wonder if just once the Pharisee had ever used the term to describe himself. You see, to a man who lived a righteous life, the word never applied to him—always to someone else. The Pharisee could not comprehend the sinful woman’s actions because he could not comprehend the depth of her love.

He had everything to offer Christ that evening: a spotless record, knowledge, stimulating conversation—but he had no love. She had nothing to offer Christ that evening but a terrible record. She was almost assuredly illiterate, and she couldn’t talk for crying.

But she had love.

We could interpret this encounter to mean the more we sin, the more we’ll love Jesus. It seems to support depraved living as the key to deep loving. Not so!

The woman’s deep love did not flow from deep sin. It flowed from deep forgiveness.

“Therefore, I tell you, her many sins have been forgiven—for she loved much. But he who has been forgiven little loves litte.” (Luke 7:47)

The level of intimacy her repentance required plummeted her to a depth of love. The Pharisee was also a sinner, but he was blinded by pride and strangled by self-righteousness.

God’s mercy does not make sin tolerable; it makes sin forgivable. The proud and the depraved alike must kneel at the same feet for mercy. For those willing, God turns sin’s empty cistern into a deep wellspring overflowing with love.

Do you have something in your life for which you feel God cannot forgive you? Perhaps you cannot forgive yourself. Open your heart to God’s forgiving, redeeming love. He can forgive you—and He will—if you ask Him. His Word declares it.

We’re giving away three copies of Beth Moore’s revised and updated Whispers of Hope devotional! Enter to win by leaving a comment with your favorite Christmas dish.

By entering today’s giveaway, you acknowledge LifeWay Christian Resource’s official promotion rulesToday’s giveaway starts at the posting time of this blog and ends next Tuesday (12/24/13) at 11:59 p.m. CST. You must be 18 to enter, and you may only enter once. The winner will be selected at random. For questions about the rules and regulations of this giveaway, please contact Bud Harlan at One LifeWay Plaza, Nashville, TN 37234-140.

Comments

  1. Not tolerable….but forgivable = beautifully said!

  2. I love pecan pie!

  3. Breakfast Casserole Christmas morning. Favorite tradition/food!!

  4. I would love to win a free copy of Beth’s devotional! My favorite Christmas dish is either my mom’s crunchy casserole or the sweet potato casserole.

  5. Selena Baker says:

    My mother would make fruit cocktail with mini marshmellows and banana slices when me and my brother and sisters were small. We didn’t have a lot of money and that was usualy our dessert, don’t know if it’s my favorite but it brings back many wonderful, loving memories! Praying for a wonderful Christmas season for all God’s children. Jesus is born, God with us – Celebrate!

  6. I do not understand where to register to win the book….

  7. Dawn Springer says:

    I’m finding the older I get I’m burnt out on the traditional Christmas dishes. I now look forward to trying something new each year. I actually like a variety of appetizers over the traditional meal.

  8. Darcy Barker says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is Fruit Salad.

  9. Honeyed ham with corn and lumpy mashed potatoes with brown gravy

  10. My favorite is sweet potatoe casserole. With all the great brown sugar and marshmallows that make it so good! And the potatoes must be mashed :)

  11. So excited about this devotional!! Thanks for the opportunity. My favorite Christmas dish is the kielbasa and cheese. LOVE this for Christmas eve!!

  12. Betty Marschner says:

    God can not look upon sin so for sure sin is not made tolerable. Too often today we Christians are told loudly and very clear that we are to tolerate sin in our society and call it some other more palatable word. Sin is still sin and when it is idetified as such then His mercy is made all the sweeter!

    • Betty Marschner says:

      OOPS!!! Guess I am still in a tither over Duck Dynasty today!!!
      My fav Christmas dish is cranberry salad. My today’s version is much easier than the days when Mom would grind the fresh cranberries etc mine is probably not quite as tasty but it is made better by less work involved!!!

  13. My favorite dish would be homemade cinnamon rolls-MMMMM. Tried other things for Christmas breakfast but these were alway the winner! Besides it’s Christmas!

  14. Diana Mercer says:

    My favorite dish at Christmas wasn’t a dish at all it was the punch my mother would make. We would have the best time joking with her about the green sherbet and 7-up. Now that she is spending her Christmases with Jesus I make the punch in her honor.

  15. I don’t remember having traditional formal meals. It’s always been whatever…. but my mom and I always made haystacks. Butterscotch, chow mien noodles and peanuts in mounds. She’s been gone for 9 years but every time I make them I think of her and feel a bit closer to her.

  16. Mine is People Puppy Chow! I make it every year. :-D

  17. Susan Hillier says:

    Prime rib dinner!

  18. Goodness, I don’t know if I have a favorite… do cookies count? I mostly love my Fatherinlaw’s Roast Beef recipe that he makes for Christmas Eve!!!

  19. My favorite is deep fried turkey & broccoli casserole!!

  20. Braised Oxtail is my favorite Christmas dish!

  21. Kendra Choy says:

    My grandma’s homemade Pumpkin Cake Roll with Cream Cheese Frosting!!! yummy yummy!!!

  22. Dodi Timbrook says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is my Mother’s raisin pie. She’s been gone 23 years now and my siblings LOVE when I make her signature pie and bring it to Christmas gatherings.

  23. My favorite Christmas dish is honey baked ham and dressing. Is is always delicious and traditional. I also like to try new dishes that friends or family make. It is always good to try something new.

  24. My favorite Christmas dish is the traditional Turkey dinner with stuffing, potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower with cheese sauce, yum.

  25. Brenda Abee says:

    my mom made the best chocolate cake. Now she is with Jesus, He is enjoying it. So we have never try to make one because we know that it won’t be as good. Now my sister makes the best sweet potato cake. It is filled with nuts and coconut. The Best.

  26. Paula Stewart says:

    My mama has been in glory for 9 years now. I miss the many Christmas dishes she made. My siblings and I try our hardest to replicate them but we just don’t have her touch. One special dessert was her pineapple cheesecake. Everyone loved it. Merry CHRISTmas!

  27. Brenda Abee says:

    My mom made the best chocolate cake. Now that she is with Jesus, He is enjoying it. We haven’t tried to make it because we know it won’t be as good. Now my sister makes the best sweet potato cake. It is filled with nuts and coconut.

  28. Decorated sugar cookies!

  29. My favorite dish would be the big family breakfast that we all participate in, after opening the gifts, I fix a huge breakfast. I cook bacon, sausage, pancakes, eggs , ham and biscuits, etc. We sit down as a family and eat and to me Christmas is about family, spending time with family because you don’t know from day to day how long you have with them. I will take family and Christ any day over gifts !

  30. Dressing:)

  31. It is a beautiful thing–God does turn empty cisterns into fountains that overflow with living water.

  32. Becki Larson says:

    Sweet potato casserole

  33. sonja long headings says:

    mmmmm. hammm

  34. Carole Anne Hallyburton says:

    Sausage Balls with sharp cheddar cheese

  35. Sarah meadows says:

    Sweet potatoes made from grandma Lillie, I’m. Grateful for the Grace of God. He has given me peace of knowing the security of my salvation. I’m So in LOVE with my Lord and Savior!

  36. Michelle Patterson says:

    Thankful for God’s Mercy.
    Favorite Christmas food is from my Norwegian heritage-Lefse!

  37. The kid at heart says its a cookie–Chocolate Crinkles

  38. Thank you for this! I really need these devotions. I don’t really have a favorite Christmas recipe. I do like to invite people over to join us as we have whatever was made available for dinner :) It’s always a blessing to share!

  39. Christina Moore says:

    My grandmother’s spaghetti or my no sugar added spiced cranberry sauce. Thanks for the devo and giveaway. Blessed Christmas!

  40. Wendi Martinez says:

    Tamales which are hard to find in Hawaii. When we live in California We use to place our order in November to have for Christmas Eve.

  41. Jaynie Jones says:

    My favorite dish is sweet potato casserole!

  42. Kimberly Harris says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is mashed potatoes smothered in the awesome pineapple glaze from the ham!

  43. Marie Lerch says:

    Mashed potatoes and gravy :)

  44. Heather McDaniel says:

    Crab stew , and my son loves hash brown casserole .:-)

  45. Marilyn Cunningham says:

    Beautiful thoughts! Christmas morning and Day are so full of family at our house, that I now look forward to eating whatever my sons-in-law love to cook….and my own Christmas cookies! :)

  46. Renee Stroud says:

    I always make White Chocolate Trail Mix to give away.

  47. My favorite Christmas dish is something someone else cooked!

  48. Simple as can be – I love my mothers green bean casserole!

  49. My favorite is Cranberry Salad

  50. So many memories of great Christmas meals! Veal cutlets, yum! Seafood feasts that included odd items my Uncle would pick up like alligator tail! Caprese salad appetizers! But I love the Christmas morning egg-sausage-cheese-hash brown casserole I put together the night before and bake on Christmas morning.

  51. Breakfast casserole!!!

  52. Melissa Ball says:

    I love all things Christmas ! Merry Christmas! For me, I know God forgives me and I am so thankful but I struggle forgive myself, working in that:)

  53. Homemade marshmallows with homemade hot chocolate! So decadent.

  54. I would love to win a copy! I love tamales for Christmas!

  55. Sweet potatoes

  56. Love pumpkin crunch my momma makes :) yum!

  57. Cassie Williams says:

    My grandmother’s dressing! She didn’t make it at Thanksgiving, so I can’t wait for Christmas!

  58. Mary Ann Holton says:

    I love lefse with cinnamon, sugar and butter rolled up. I tell my kids it is a Norwegian tortilla made with potatoes. :-)

  59. Linda Gallo says:

    I like food too much to have just one favorite, but one of my recent favorites is Tyler Florence’s Ultimate Cheesecake. The only time I make it is Christmas.

  60. Pumpkin cinnamon rolls

  61. Favorite Christmas dish…Roast Beast (elk)!

  62. Cecily R Bornemann says:

    I love ground roast that my aunt makes every Christmas.

  63. My favorite Christmas dish is definitely sweet potatoe casserole!!

  64. Kristen Gregory says:

    I love pumpkin roll !!!

  65. Dorothy Jenkins says:

    I love anything my husband prepares for me. Beth Moore is such an inspiration. My very first bible s study was once of hers! Thank you Beth

  66. Holly cookies & my daughter’s mashed potatoes made with cream cheese.

  67. I love this. It makes me think of the song “Alabaster Box.” My favorite dish is more a sentamental one I think. Our family always celebrated on Christmas Eve with the turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce and all that goes with that. On Christmas day, my dad (who I lost 4 years ago to cancer) would always ask for Turkey Hash for lunch. He enjoyed it so. I make it now to feel close to him.

  68. Ham ad Mac n cheese

  69. My mom’s cornbread dressing…close to Beth’s version but we throw in an apple. We have it only at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

  70. Laura Kustanborter says:

    My favorite is my grandmothers stuffing and noodles. Now that she is no longer with us, my mother make the stuffing and I make the noodles. Oh, and can’t leave out my aunts buttermilk brownies!

  71. Our traditional Christmas quiche and buttery croissants! Followed by delicious Christmas cookies and coffee!

  72. Kena Robling says:

    Take-out Chinese every year for the past 9 years. Our kids love it!

  73. cindy creed says:

    My little grandma made a prune cake that was scrumptious.and.my other grandma made the best. Chicken and dumping

  74. Our tradition on Christmas Eve is for all the siblings and their families to gather at my parents’ house for lobster and filet mignon. I always get the lobster!

  75. Homemade braided raspberry jam rolls…and usually one made in the shape of Santa’s hat, face, and beard at Christmas breakfast.

  76. Carole Jenks says:

    We celebrate with Family on Christmas Eve and eat all the leftovers on Christmas Day so no one has to cook!

  77. I love homemade macaroni and cheese!

  78. Sherilyn Rank says:

    Eggnog!

  79. Cream of Crab Soup. Yum!

  80. Kathy Romick says:

    My mom’s ham loaf!! (and Hershey Kiss cookies, of course)

  81. Megan Petronella says:

    Green bean casserole or baked oatmeal are my favorites!!

  82. Garlic cheese grits or sour cream mashed potatoes! I’m a carbs girl all the way!!! Merry Christmas!!!!!

  83. Tammy Victor says:

    My grandmothers chicken and dumplings!

  84. Connie Burkett says:

    Sweet Potato Casserole, Homemade sugar cookies!!

  85. Katie Faffler says:

    Baked French toast christmas morning!

  86. Christmas cookies!

  87. Sissy DeWitt says:

    The dressing and sweet potato soufflé ! Yummmmm

  88. I love hot steamy Belgian waffles with whipped cream and fresh strawberries.

  89. I love green bean casserole and sweet potato casserole yum yum

  90. Margie Snyder says:

    Baked Creme Brulee French toast!

  91. Jacki Aiken says:

    I love pumpkin pie and corn casserole!

  92. Pineapple casserole – unique combination of ritz, cheddar cheese, pineapple, white, and brown sugar – it is delish!!

  93. Deborah Nelms says:

    I love Sweet Potato Pie!!! :)

  94. Candied sweet potatoes and ham :)

  95. Tracy Ratliff says:

    I love eggnog during the holidays

  96. Joy Purvis says:

    I love having cranberry jello salad. That says Christmas to me!

  97. Sherry weeks says:

    My favorite dish is the green pistachio salad! Love love love it

  98. Baked Gouda cheese within crescents

  99. Deviled eggs!

  100. Stacie Chiu says:

    Christmas cookies are my favorite! Cut out sugar cookies with icing!

  101. Dressing with giblet gravy.

  102. Jacki Aiken says:

    I love pumpkin pie with whipped cream!

  103. My favorite Christmas dish is moist, old-fashioned fruit cake my mother used to make.

  104. Holiday salad, made every year by my grandmother, who is now in nursing home, but you better believe we will still have it, and she has most certainly made sure we will ;)

  105. Jen Peterman says:

    Love green bean casserole and pecan pie!!

  106. Stephanie McCreight says:

    I would love to receive this gift from Lifeway Ministries, I am a newcomer to Beth Moore and her ministry, and I can’t always find her on Canadian television, but I am just about done “Jesus, the One and Only”, and I love the way she connects to the word of God, I have understood the Bible, and teachings of Christ so much further due to her way of explanation. I am from a small town called Guelph, Ontario, Canada, and really appreciate Beth’s word of God.

    Thank you,
    Stephanie McCreight.

  107. Stephanie McCreight says:

    I didn’t leave my favourite dish, I would have to say, garlic mashed potatoes, and my Mom’s dressing, definitely the best. Merry Christmas to all and God Bless.

    Stephanie McCreight.

  108. Monica Ciampa says:

    Rumballs

  109. Valerie Rowe says:

    Breakfast casserole and orange rolls! Yum!

  110. Danielle Love says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is peanut butter fudge.

  111. Debbie Owens says:

    Divinity is my Christmas favorite

  112. Debbie Owens says:

    My favorite holiday food is divinity, cranberry salad, sweet tea

  113. Christy Johnson says:

    Christmas sugar cookies are my FAVORITE!!!

  114. Cheryl Hangsleben says:

    My ancestry is Swedish … therefore, my favorite foods at Christmas are: Swedish potato sausage, Lefse, Rice Pudding and Spritz … I couldn’t pick one over the other.

  115. My favorite Christmas dish is hot Apple pie with vanilla ice cream!

  116. Christmas cookies!

  117. My favorite dish is Strawberry jello pretzel salad!!!

  118. Sausage balls on Christmas morning!

  119. Tammy Frew says:

    Snails! No, not escargot….they are like little cinnamon rolls, but when they are rolled up they look like snails.. Family tradition…Would love a copy of the devotional.

  120. Christmas Fudge!!!

  121. Anything as long as it is with my family. We even did spaghetti one year because my dad was going to be gone and we all voted!

  122. I enjoy creating a pumpkin chiffon for dessert.

  123. Fay Gossen says:

    Homemade cinnamon rolls

  124. Pumpkin Chiffon

  125. Sharon Weldon says:

    Stuffing/Dressing and mashed potatoes < there's a carb theme going on :)

  126. Kelly Newell says:

    My favorite dish is anything I don’t have to cook!!

  127. It’s not technically a meal but I am obsessed with eggnog! Food wise, I am all about some pie!….any kind of pie!

  128. Catherine Moore says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is turkey and dresing the way my mom makes it! So delish!

  129. It’s not technically a meal but I am obsessed with eggnog! Food wise, I am all about some pie!….any kind of pie! I just like pie!!!

  130. Chex mix? Sausage balls? Ham rolls? Love the holiday snacks!

  131. I love to cook Christmas candy as gifts, like my mom did when I was growing up. My son loves haystacks the best. I have always enjoyed my grandmother’s divinity recipe. Never found it in any cookbook and it always turns out perfect! Carrying on tradition and spending time with my family keeps the holidays from feeling stressful.

  132. Marie Thompson says:

    cinnamon rolls for breakfast on Christmas morning!

  133. Sweet potatoes!

  134. Leigh Ann Kiendl says:

    Grape jelly meatballs! Super easy and everyone thinks they sound gross till they try them!

  135. Lisa Surran says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is a cookie! Specifically “sand tarts” made just the way my mom makes them!

  136. My favorite Christmas dish is apples and cheese!

  137. My favorite Christmas dessert is cherry supreme! Soooo yummy!

  138. Karlene Marchant says:

    Would love to win a copy of Beth’s devotional! My favorite dish is stuffing!

  139. Christmas rocks, my grandmother made these every Year at Christmas, now I have taken over making them!

  140. Any dessert with chocolate

  141. Would love to win anything that Beth Moore does, and I could use a new devotional.
    My favorite Christmas dish is green bean casserole.

  142. Michal Ann Joyner says:

    Our favorite dinner meal is Mexican food. A dish call chaluppa. Our favorite dessert is Mexican wedding cake cookies. Yum. With nuts, of course.

  143. Reba Shahan says:

    Biscuits and gravy breakfast and green bean casserole.

  144. Samantha T says:

    country ham cream cheese spread!

  145. Jessica Wimmer says:

    I love enjoying a nice ham dinner with my family and friends.

  146. angela marshall says:

    My favourite Christmas dish is the green bean casserole

  147. Wendy Gripp says:

    Red Velvet Cake, my grandmother’s recipe. My twin sister and I were only 2 years old when my grandparents died. This family recipe is a tradition and has left a wonderful legacy of memories with my mother, aunts and cousins throughout the years. Merry Christmas!!

  148. When I was young, my favorite Christmas dish was Mom’s homemade macaroni and cheese! She used a recipe out her Betty Crocker cookbook. And the noodles where long and circular. I can’t find that kind anymore. We started a new tradition 3 years ago; for Christmas dinner we have sandwiches and salads. This way no one is spending all the time in the kitchen cooking and cleaning and we have more time to enjoy ourselves!

  149. Sandy Bowers says:

    That’s a tough one! Have to say cut-out cookies!

  150. Jenn Kennedy says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is sweet potato casserole.

  151. Mary Houge says:

    Gathering around the dinner table with my family to fondue steak (we all had our own colored fondue fork) and eat garlic toast. The smell of garlic toast baking brings back those wonderful memories!

  152. Candy Van Dyke says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is my grandmother’ s Japanese Fruitcake. It’s not like any other fruit cake!

  153. RITA STEWART says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is collards that I get to have when I go home to NC for Christmas with the family.

  154. My mom’s dressing and my dad’s fruit and nut salad.

  155. Homemade cinnamon rolls

  156. Heather Watson says:

    my favorite christmas dish is sausage balls. haha. they go so fast.

  157. Thanks for the opportunity. I love all the delicious side dishes, especially my sister’s broccoli casserole.

  158. My mom’s ambrosia salad is a Must-Have for Christmas, as well as Thanksgiving.

  159. Prime rib

  160. Mom’s red velvet cake

  161. My favorite is my great grandma’s sticky buns that we make every Christmas morning!

  162. My favorite Christmas dish is Padow’s Virginia ham thinly shaved on a Ukrops White House roll!!! Positively perfect! YUM!

  163. My grandma’s Scalloped Corn and also her Finnish Coffee Bread, a.k.a. Pulla. Of course, we always start the day with her Finnish Oven Pancakes (Kropsua). Yumm!

  164. Michelle Brown says:

    Personally, I LOVE candied yams…the taste just sends me right back to being a kid

  165. Mom’s homemade fudge! Yum!

  166. Stacy Minor says:

    Oyster stew! Yum!

  167. My mother’s oyster dressing!

  168. Food.

  169. Carol Gipson says:

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!! I love so many Christmas dishes, but right now I’m thinking about my Mom’s pumpkin pie. Yum!!! :D

  170. Sweet potatoes and Corn casserole

  171. Greta Burck says:

    The hearts and pine serving platter

  172. I just love everything my mama makes. That’s Christmas to me.

  173. Belinda Simmons says:

    Sweet potato casserole crunch.

  174. Michelle Gillham says:

    My mom’s sweet potato pie or my granny’s party mix or banana pudding! :)

  175. Gwen Ziegler says:

    I love spiced cranberries! The tartness combined with some sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice – yum! I’ve gotten better at forgiving others, but still challenging to forgive myself at times

  176. Garlic artichoke dip, pita chips and glass of eggnog on Christmas Eve

  177. Valerie Benton says:

    Fruitcake!

  178. Orange-cranberry relish

  179. Misty Sanders says:

    For breakfast Caramel Sticky Buns!!!
    I would absolutely LOVE this devotional! Please!
    Please! Please! Please! Please!!!!!!!!!!

  180. I love, love, love fresh homemade cranberry sauce. YUM!

  181. It is not the food so much as the company. Everything taste great when my heart is happy because God has blessed my family with another Christmas together. Our Christmas will be a few days late but I love that my 4 children choose to wait until we are all there to celebrate. This happened another year when my daughter was in the hospital and her sister was waiting to receive a new car for Christmas! Family, forever, for always, no matter what!

  182. Shelly Johnson says:

    I love all the finger foods at Christmas.

  183. Samantha Bredahl says:

    Green bean casserole :)

  184. Every since my son was little I have made him pigs in s blanket on Christmas morning, themes soul go to my mom’s. For the family meal

  185. Dawn Laird says:

    Thanks for the opportunity of winning your new devotional. Also love making Cinnamon rolls for Christmas breakfast.Merry Christmas to you all.
    Dawn

  186. Seafood gumbo!

  187. Corn, really, Corn with lots of sugar, butter and salt!!

  188. I llve many Christmas traditions…. But i do love me some monkey bread Christmas morning.

  189. I love a hearty, meaty spaghetti with Italian sausage on some buttery garlic dinner rolls on the side :)

  190. My favorite Christmas dish is green bean casserole (made without cream of mushroom soup).

  191. Lisa Maynard says:

    Coconut Cream Pie – YUM!!

  192. Chelsey Romick says:

    Grandma’s Peanut Butter Fudge!

  193. Janet Worthy says:

    German honey cookies ~ my momma’s old, old recipe:)

  194. Favorite Christmas dish is a breakfast Crumb Cake that has been in our family for generations.

  195. Pecan pie

  196. Homemade chocolate pie!

  197. My favorite Christmas dish is Candied Yams, the way my momma makes them:)

  198. Stephanie J says:

    Roast for Christmas!

  199. I enjoy lots of dishes. One is Wassail!

  200. Morgan Gilbert says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is a breakfast casserole. My mom makes it every Christmas morning!

  201. Pretzel rods with almond bark. Mmmmm.

  202. Carla hawthorne says:

    My grandmas fruit salad

  203. I love homemade noodles and rolls and cut out cookies.

  204. Debi Shuktz says:

    Our favorite family dish is “breakfast casserole”. I make it up on Christmas Eve and leave it in the refrigerator with the baking instructions for the first person up on Christmas Day to put in the oven. The delicious smells of it cooking wake the rest of our family and we all get up and eat some together as we start our Christmas Day celebrations!

  205. Amy Whitmore says:

    Roast beef , carrots & potatoes lik my great grandma made..

  206. Megan Davis says:

    My grandmas Croatian nut bread

  207. Anne Gooch says:

    Homemade sweet potatoes with mini marshmallows (I can eat them and nothing else!)

  208. Paetyn Vaughn says:

    Rolls!

  209. My Mother’s ambrosia in her big yellow bowl and homemade divinity.

  210. I miss my Mom’s homemade candies and iced cookies.

  211. Strawberry pretzel salad

  212. angel lynn karing says:

    Ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, cauliflower with cheese, pumpkin pie with whipped cream, cookies, fudge, rolls with butter…oh my! is planet fitness open? Merry Christmas to one and all, I hope you are all with your family, friends and loved ones celebrating the birth of Christ and what a life it is!!

  213. Tammy M. Hardin says:

    I love sweet potato casserole!

  214. Debbie Jewell says:

    I would love to get this devotional. One of my favorite Christmas dishes is pumpkin pie.

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