Christmas Commercial Has The Whole Internet Talking

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Christmas Commercial Has The Whole Internet Talking

Each Christmas, everyone looks forward to the John Lewis advertisements that always seems to pull on our heartstrings. I can remember laughing, crying and all the feels from the past years.



You can watch the touching man on the moon ad here. This year's commercial is just as adorable and whimsical. 




In this powerful commercial, little Joe hears some rustling under his bed and looks down to see every child's worst nightmare, a monster under the bed. But Joe discovered that his particular monster is a friendly monster named Moz. And before he knows it the adventures began.




This little guy and his big, sock covered new friend can't wait for night to fall so that they can play and have all kinds of fun. But this noisy monster and his fun start to keep Joe awake all night. And poor little Joe can barley function because he is so tired during the day. When Christmas morning arrives Joe notices one sloppily wrapped present under the tree and no one seems to know who it is from. But when Joe sees inside he knows it is from Moz.




When Joe opens it he fins the perfect Christmas gift that allows him to get rest but also keep his new friend, Moz. I just love the innocence of a child and the message of friendship and love this ad shares with the world. These ads always seem to leave my heart overflowing and this one is no different.




I always find myself waiting to see this commercial and this feel-good video is definitely worth the wait. It is so neat how they gave a whole new meaning to the monster under the bed. I can't wait to see what this store comes up with next year!

Source: John Lewis

Agnostic Man Survives Las Vegas Mass Shooting & Becomes Firm Believer In God

A country music festival in Las Vegas quickly turned tragic when a gunman opened fire on the crowd, killing more than 50 people and injuring hundreds more. When faced with such senseless violence, it's tough to find the good. But Las Vegas shooting survivor Taylor Benge, who went into the concert agnostic, managed to see not just the good, but the divine. And he came out completely changed.


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Sometimes the things that test our faith, can also help grow it. When Las Vegas shooting survivor Taylor Benge went into the concert on Sunday, October 1, 2017, he didn't really have any faith to speak of. He was pretty much indifferent towards the existence of God.


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But as the horrific attack unfolded, something inside Taylor changed.



Light In The Darkness

The gunman's shooting spree -- the worst in modern US History -- has been labeled by the President an "act of pure evil." And yet, the horror was met with acts of heroism and humanity as the attack unfolded.


“I saw a bunch of people trying to help,” Las Vegas shooting survivor Taylor Benge said. “Unfortunately, I also saw a lot of loved ones with their significant others holding them as they passed.”

WATCH: Las Vegas Shooting Survivor Taylor Benge Talks About Attack



Taylor recounts how his own sister risked her life to shield him -- a moment etched into his memory forever.


"My sister, being as noble as she, she actually threw herself on top of me and was saying, ‘I love you Taylor, I love you.’ And I’ll never forget that.”

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The Bible cautions against being lukewarm in our faith. And in the midst of the attack, Taylor had to choose whether to lean into faith or abandon it entirely. And we're so glad to hear him tell of how he completely surrendered his fate to God during the terrifying time.


“I was agnostic going into that concert and I’m a firm believer in God now,” he said.



WATCH: Las Vegas Shooting Survivor Taylor Benge Talks About Finding God



In this broken world, you'll always find evil. But you'll also find the light pushing back against the dark. And we know to whom the ultimate victory is promised.


"The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness hasn't overcome it." John 1:5



h/t: GodUpdates


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