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Simi was born in India and moved to Dallas, TX at the age of 7. Simi is a speaker, author, and full-time physical therapist. Her calling is to the local church and her passion is to equip women to know who they are and live faithfully right where they are....

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  1. Powerful message. I’ve sent it to many family and friends. Thank you. May God bless you and your family.

  2. Beautiful reminder of the greatest love given to us, Jesus, our Savior and Lord. Thank you Simi.
    Merry Christmas to you and your family. ✝️❤

  3. Dear Simi John, your words of truth and mystery broke my heart and I wept. I wept for Mary knowing that her sweet baby was hers for awhile but he belonged to the God that created him. I wept for all the aborted babies that deserved to be loved instead were rejected and killed. I wept for all the childless mothers that have so much love to share. I wept for all the ones who have rejected the love of the Father through the Son. So as we rejoice at the holy birth of the Savior of the world, let us not forget that as you so rightly pointed out, that His death and resurrection is soon to be mourned and celebrated. I remember the book The Grestest Story Ever Told and to this very day I weep for those who do not know the one who was born in a manger and crucified on a cross and then resurrected as prophesied. The greatest gift we can give is to tell the story of the Christ.
    As I was explaining to my 5 year old great grandson why we celebrate Christmas, I told him it’s Jesus’ birthday. He very solemnly looked at me and asked “then why did they kill him?”
    Like Mary, let us ponder those words in our hearts and share the truth with those who don’t know.

  4. Simi thank you for this reading. I never had kids. As not brave enough to give birth. But I was as Registered Childminder for 19 years. I do love kids. All the kids I looked after in my car knew they were loved and special in their own way. Plus I used to play on TV Psalty the singing song book to them. To get the gospel into them in a nice way. As most came from families not saved. I still pray for them today and there families. Plus some of the kids I looked after from babies have now their own kids. I love my sisters kids my Niece’s as Nephew’s as my own. My sisters know that. I amire women who have kids. My sisters say the pain worth it. You are to are brave. Now you look at your kids. You say no matter what you went through during being pregnant and the not liking blood after your Daughter was born. You I bet would do it all again to have her. I just not that brave. But we look at Mary how brave she was to have the King of the world who went on to die for our sins at Calvary. How amazing was that. She says to Lord how can this be me a virgin. But God says to her. The Holy Spirit will come along you you will be with child. Mary said let me as you have said. How amazing was that. You went through the 9months you Simi if you look at now. Like Mary you be glad you went through it. Like my sister’s. As they not change anything. Mary didn’t either she was glad to be chosen to have the king of the world JESUS. Amazing. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little xx

  5. Simi,

    This post brings to mind my favorite Christmas song: “It’s about the Cross” by Go Fish. Here is the chorus: It’s about the cross
    It’s about my sin It’s about how Jesus came to be born once So that we could be born again It’s about the stone
    That was rolled away So that you and I could have real life someday It’s about the cross. Makes you think just why Jesus came to this Earth. Another song I love is “Leaving Heaven” by Matthew West. Snippet of Chorus: So if you ever wonder how much you’re worth You should know That you’re the reason why I’m leaving Heaven.

    Christmas is about Jesus leaving the splendor of Heaven to come to broken Earth to save our souls.

    Have a blessed Christmas.

    Blessings 🙂

  6. This is so good, so real. Thank you for sharing not only your experience but how it relates to the Word!