I hope you all have an amazing day! Have courage and be kind! I am a fan of all things nostalgic and all things Christmas, and so when the two are combined I am hooked, and the Charlie Brown Christmas special falls squarely into that category. I got to watch it last night with my little buddy Jake That prompted me to find a devotional for this morning about this show the In A World Where You Can Be Anything Be Kind Snoopy And Charlie Shirt. I love this one I found! it’s a bit long but so worth the read!
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I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! We begin at the part where Linus tells what the true meaning of Christmas is! I have altered it a bit but it is still a great read. DROP THE BLANKET Right in the middle of speaking, Linus drops the blanket. Charlie Brown is best known for his uniquely striped shirt, and Linus is most associated with his ever-present security blanket. Throughout the story of Peanuts, Lucy, Snoopy, Sally and others all work to no avail to separate Linus from his blanket In A World Where You Can Be Anything Be Kind Snoopy And Charlie Shirt. And even though his security blanket remains a major source of ridicule for the otherwise mature and thoughtful Linus, he simply refuses to give it up. Until this moment.
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When he simply drops it. In that climactic scene when Linus shares what Christmas is all about, he drops his security blanket, and I am now convinced that this is intentional. Most telling is the specific moment he drops it: when he utters the words, fear not Looking at it now, it is pretty clear what Charles Schultz was saying, and it’s so simple it’s brilliant and the In A World Where You Can Be Anything Be Kind Snoopy And Charlie Shirt. The birth of Jesus separates us from our fears. The birth of Jesus frees us from the habits we are unable to break ourselves. The birth of Jesus allows us to simply drop the false security we have been grasping so tightly, and learn to trust and cling to Him instead.