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Joy to the World

24 Dec

One of my most joyous Christmas eve was spent carolling to the accompaniment of a hymn player, outside a church building, as snow fell quietly onto me.

Hence, when I saw a post about a gingerbread bread house, I decided to make one with the scene of that memorable Christmas eve.

Following the clear instructions on the post, I was able to build my first gingerbread bread house effortlessly.

Ingredients to make a loaf of chocolate nutty (walnut), fruity (cranberry) and spicy (cinnamon + nutmeg) bread

 

A peaceful scene was created with "fallen snow" ~ icing sugar!

 

Some non-food items were gathered to complete the garden around the house.

 

Welcome to God's house of love.

 

The angels said, "I bring you good news of great joy..." Luke 2:10

 

Today a Saviour has been born to you.

 

Snowman rolls on the ground cheering, "Joy to the World! The Lord has come!"

Jesus Christ is God’s special Christmas present, a gift of joy and love, to the world.

Have you accepted that special gift?

May the joy and love of Christmas fill your home and warm your heart.

Have a blessed Christmas.

イエスキリストは神様から特別なクリスマスプレセントです。

あなたはその喜びと愛を与える贈り物もう受け入れましたか?

楽しいクリスマスを!

 

 

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2 Comments

Posted by on December 24, 2010 in Nibbles, Scribbles

 

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2 responses to “Joy to the World

  1. Angela Cheong

    December 26, 2010 at 9:33 am

    Blessed Christmas to you! ^^

     
  2. Vivian Tan

    January 3, 2011 at 9:38 am

    when did u bake all these goodies? i wanna try baking the gingerbread house too.. nicely done.. thks for sharing on ur blog 😉 hmm.. u take in students (me! :P) to learn baking together? hee.

     

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