Secret Santa – Most valuable gift


You get to choose one gift — no price restrictions — for any person you want. The caveat? You have to give it anonymously. What gift would you give, and to whom?

How many shelter less people are sleeping on the street, just covering a simple cloth during this severe cold season, Some of them are mentally sick, beggars. If you can give them a piece of old warm cloth which is lying unusable in your box, a small amount of money to eat food for one time in a day, or a small part from the money which you spent on decorations, illuminations, special food, liquor or such luxury celebrations, that will be the most valuable gift you can give to Infant Jesus. Lord will be happy because you are sharing a priceless, but most valuable gift of love.

Think about it and try to do in this Christmas.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Secret Santa.”

Play – Helping Hand – STS Silver Jubilee Finale

Watch this video to see how we can help others and how many times we ignored helping others. This is played during silver jubilee finale in St. Teresa’s School, Bhagalpur, Bihar, India. I liked this play and thought it would be better to give a chance for visitors to watch it.

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Music got no limits! – Poor Boy playing drum made with utensils and tins

I found this on facebook. If you like it share with others. Many talented persons are unable to prove and improve their talent. May God Bless them.

Mother of the poor – Blessed Mother Teresa

This is one the rare videos of Mother of the poor – Blessed Mother Teresa.

Duties toward the Poor and the Oppressed

Read Bible verses that will provide biblical guidance, understanding and encouragement in your everyday life. The Bible contains uplifting and encouraging scriptures for any situation you may face in life, and will guide you in your walk with Christ. Below are selected Bible verses that will offer biblically based guidance to help you through any season of your life.

Sirach 4

1   My child, do not cheat the poor of their living,
      and do not keep needy eyes waiting.
2    Do not grieve the hungry,
      or anger one in need.
3    Do not add to the troubles of the desperate,
      or delay giving to the needy.
4    Do not reject a suppliant in distress,
      or turn your face away from the poor.
5    Do not avert your eye from the needy,
      and give no one reason to curse you;
6    for if in bitterness of soul some should curse you,
      their Creator will hear their prayer.

7    Endear yourself to the congregation;
      bow your head low to the great.
8    Give a hearing to the poor,
      and return their greeting politely.
9    Rescue the oppressed from the oppressor;
      and do not be hesitant in giving a verdict.
10   Be a father to orphans,
      and be like a husband to their mother;
     you will then be like a son of the Most High,
      and he will love you more than does your mother.