Truman Snow's White Christmas by Jerry Vines


Truman Snow's White Christmas
I Timothy 1:15
Jerry Vines
12/25/94


I've decided what I would do today for my Christmas message is just tell you about Truman
Snow's White Christmas. This text will be as good a text as many in the Bible I could use. This
particular text says: "This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into
the world to save sinners of whom I am chief."
There you have the entire Christmas message. This verse makes me think about Truman
Snow's white Christmas. I distinctly remember that Christmas day as I made my way to Truman
Snow's hotel room. His name always reminded me of Christmas. Every time I heard Truman Snow's
name I always connected it with Christmas. But this particular Christmas was going to be anything but
a white Christmas for Truman Snow. He had had a series of problems and his concerned parents had
asked me if I would go to see him in his motel room. He was separated from his wife and family. His
parents were broken hearted. He had a number of problems. So, after I had my Christmas celebration
with my own family. The children had opened up the presents and the toys. We had read the
Scriptures about the birth of Jesus and sung "Happy Birthday" to Jesus. I got in the car and made my
way over to the little motel room where Truman Snow was going to have anything but a white
Christmas.
He was not staying in a Ritz-Carlton. In fact, it wasn't even a Motel 6. It was more like a
Motel 3. When I got there I knocked on the door and Truman Snow came to the door. He looked at
me with a scowl on his face and he invited me in. When I walked in the odor of the smelly carpet hit
my nostrils and I looked around that little cracker box room. I saw a rickety bed, a cheap table, and I
saw a t ...


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