Bradley Family Christmas Greeting
Message: Well residents of Pleasant Hill, thanksgiving is past and it is my sincere ope that all had a joyous and blessed day and that each and everyone of you took the time to thank our Lord and Savior for the many blessings that he has bestowed on us. Remember to as we awaken from our nightly rest, and the Lord turns the dark of night into the light of day, it is a gift. Use each gifted day according to hid plan and will for each of our lives instilled in each of us since our inception.
Now that the Holiday Season is in full swing, and the beginning of Advent is just over the horizon, let us remember as we decorate our homes, light up our Yuletide Trees, and begin our Christmas shopping for that special gift for our families and loved ones, let us not forget during this stress field Christmas Season, the real reason for the season, so often we forget, and that is the birth of that is the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus.
Fellow citizens it is the season of giving , give a lasting gift to a family in need. In today's fruitful world there are still those in need, and it is our duty to our Holy Spirit to give to those that have not. Please make it your duty this forth coming Advent Season to give a helping hand to those in need, and the Lord will be grateful to you and yours, and that gift you give this ADVENT season and forth coming Christmas will keep on giving, and those in need may just sit down to a a nourishing sustenance Christmas Meal, and gifts under the tree that you my Christian friends we provided for them.
The Bradley family extends our Holiday Greetings to you and yours this forthcoming , Christmas and Yuletide Season, and much success to all in our new year 2020.
It is a pleasure living in our rural village of Pleasant Hill, and as begin to see the lighting go up around the village, c I know Father God is planning on a joyous and very giving season , s we wend 2019 and begin his new year of our Lord 2020. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Bradley Family.
Sincerely yours in faith,
Elder Mark Bradley