The book of Luke
We are all familiar with the account of our dear
Savior's birth found in the Book Of Luke.
So many years ago a miraculous thing happened.
Our Savior made his entrance into this world in
the form of human flesh,He was fully man and yet
at the same time, he was fully God.
Our human minds can not possibly comprehend what
all took place in the heavenlies during this
time. We can only imagine it as far as minds will
allow us. Why would Jesus choose to leave his
heavenly home and his place beside the Father to
be born as a baby in a filthy manager? John 3: 16
explains it quite clearly.
The time of Jesus's birth, no man really knows
the exact day or month. Nevertheless we have a
day set apart every year to celebrate his birth .
We have something to celebrate don't we? After
all God sent us the ultimate Christmas gift. His
precious son , the perfect passover lamb. This is
exactly what the human race needed and still
Jesus being the perfect passover lamb, gave
himself up freely for the lost and dying world.
This is a free gift that is offered to all. Isn't
that wonderful to know? Jesus can be shared with
all persons, not just one. It doesn't cost us
anything, it is free, just accept the gift.
So, this Christmas , when you hand your loved
ones a gift from you or when you receive a gift
from them, take a moment and close your eyes.
Try to picture in your mind Jesus handing himself
to you. This is exactly what he did.
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