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Tim Mack
Yesterday we had a young family come into the Santa Claus Christmas Store. Dad , Mom, Son, Daughter, and Grandma. They were heading my direction and the son was singing the 12 days of Christmas I think think he was about six years old and he remembered all 12 with such a beautiful voice. they came into my cottage we visited and took photos. While I was visiting with the parents Dad said he had written a song titled Santa have you met Jesus, I said that sounds real interesting then Grandma suggest that he bring it up on his telephone and he said it would take too long to listen to it but he said he could e-mail the link to me from u-tube. I said that would be great and I would be looking forward to listening to it. We completed our visit and later I checked my e-mail to find he had indeed sent me the link. After watching and listening I thought it was Great and a perfect fit for Santa.
 
I sent him an e-mail and told him what happened with me listening to his song, then asked if I could share it with others and he agreed. So here is the link https://youtu.be/ajhp4WzxoW0
 
Please listen and comment on how you feel about this song.  He gave me permission to share this with my Santa friends here on Clausnet my reaction to the song was one of tears I thought it was beautiful and would like to know how others Santas reactions are.
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Felix Estridge

I loved it.  Very touching, Tim.  I know that those times to share our testimony come each year and I look forward to them.

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bllwnkl

Thanks for sharing that. It tugs at at your heart.

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Drosselmeyer

Wow - just wow - just have to sit for awhile - what an incredible song

     the power of the faith of a child is a wondrous thing

           thank you for sharing

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Tommy

Great song and an important message for everyone!  Do you know Jesus? He is the only way.  

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SantaDon

Well...I love the sentiment and, like Felix, I also look forward to those opportunities for testimony.  As far as tunes go, it's not my cup of tea (but I'm the guy who won't listen to sad songs...ever).

 

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Black River Santa

Amazing - thank you for sharing.

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