You’d Better Watch Out!

“You’d better watch out! You’d better not cry. Better not pout, I’m telling you why, Santa Claus is coming to town.” Does this famous nursery rhyme ring a bell with you? Of course it does. Most of us learned it as a child, and is still singing it today. Oh how excited we were as children, as we waited in bed for Santa’s arrival! We could hardly sleep wandering had we been good enough… or not!

As you can see, this nursery rhyme conveys urgency, expectancy, along with a warning that someone is coming to town who may be the bearer of bad news, depending on how we’ve behaved. So “You’d better watch out!” Let me ask, are you still waiting and watching for that Santa? Has he come yet? The answer is a resounding no, because Santa is not real!

Now that we’re no longer children, there is someone who is not a fictional character, who’s been to town and is coming back again, who sees when we are sleeping, and knows when we’re awake. His name is Jesus, for goodness sakes! He’s not coming back as a babe wrapped in a manger, but as King of Kings and Lord of Lords. And His reward is with Him. So, you’d better watch out! Jesus has paid the sin price; He’s coming back again, whether we’ve been good or bad, naughty or nice.

“Behold, he is coming with the clouds, and every eye will see him, even those who pierced him, and all tribes of the earth will wail on account of him. Even so. Amen.”  Revelation 1:7

“Watch therefore, for you know neither the day nor the hour.” Matthew 25:13

I will keep on thanking God for His imminent return. By Hertistine Washington/ keeponthanking.com

Merry Christmas everybody!

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