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A Simple Christmas Blessing Giveaway

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This giveaway may not be for you – it may be meant for a friend or possibly a family in your church or community.

Many of us hurry along this time of year with our shopping lists and baking lists and Christmas card lists happily decorating our homes and getting ready for the holidays.

But others can’t afford it.

Maybe you’re in that very situation or maybe you know someone who is.

This giveaway is for you.  I know Christmas isn’t about trees and lights but the Lord has laid it on my heart to bless a family in need in this way and I am humbly obedient.

My prayer is that the winner of this giveaway is truly blessed either receiving this as a blessing for themselves or by giving it to a family in need and therefore being both blessed and a blessing.

The winner will receive this 4-foot Christmas tree as well as a pack of lights to decorate it.



Giveaway is open 12/9/13 through 12/11/13 at 12am.  Good luck!

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  1. I would want this for my Pastor. He has given so much. For a whole year he gave up his salary to pay the mortgage on our church. He ended up loosing his home in a foreclosure. None of us knew it until he moved into an apt. He has 4 daughters that probably won’t receive any gifts. They won’t mind because they know CHRISTmas is not about a present. This family is most deserving.

  2. I’d love to gift it to one of the many deserving nursing homes in our community. There are so many and they all deserve some Christmas cheer that a tree can bring, but just can’t afford it with all the cuts. The young and old seem to especially appreciate the Christmas tree symbol and hope we can all pass along some act of kindness like this.

  3. We just moved from Boston to Houston TX so a tree will give my kids like a real christmas ! Thanks for all of us

  4. Kathie Craig says:

    Christmas has lost its meaning. It is all about sales and light displays anymore. Our household will have few gifts this season. Things are very tight. But, we will have each other and that is more important. A tree, with a star or angel on top, would help bring the true meaning of Christmas into our little world.

  5. While we have had a rough year financially, I would give the tree away to a family at my son’s school. Every child deserves to have a bit of light and hope in their home.

  6. A Christmas tree would mean a lot to my two grand daughters at their home .

  7. Danielle F says:

    I will be giving it to my sister and her family. They’ve had a rough two years and are hurting financially. This will brighten their day and Christmas!

  8. Leigh Gifford says:

    I would be giving it to our church so they could pass it along to a family in need.

  9. I have not decorated a tree with my family since I was probably 4 years old… we usually just bring out a fake tree that already has lights on it and let it shine for a few hours a day. To be able to decorate a real tree together with my family would be such a blessing… thank you!

  10. There is a small food & clothing bank for the homeless and under privileged that I help with that has many families that are struggling not only during the holidays but all year round. I know that we can find a wonderful family that would absolutely cherish this tree.

  11. I can’t really say I “need” a tree, but we have not one decoration up yet. It has been a stressful year and we are just not “feeling” the spirit. I’m thinking a little tree is just what we need to get us festive without all the work that we usually do to decorate and just can’t get there. Thanks for this great giveaway!

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