Placing hope in the Lord

By Chaplain (Maj.) Douglas Yates
Installation Management Command–Atlantic Region

So what do we do now? Christmas is over. Not just Dec. 25th, I’m talking the Twelve Days of Christmas that began on Christmas Day. Christmastime (December 25 – January 5) has come and gone. I’ll be honest, for the longest time as a kid and a young adult that song didn’t make sense to me. Why did we sing this goofy song…?

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