The Pivotal Point In History: Every Bit of History Revolves Around This Day

Posted: December 25, 2014 in Uncategorized

On this day, we celebrate the most amazing event in human history. God set aside His glory and came down from heaven and entered in. He entered in. He came into our world, our limited, temporal existence. He experienced life in the flesh. He knows laughter. He knows tears. He knows joys. He knows sorrows. He knows what it is like to live in the flesh. He knows you. He knows your deepest hurts. He knows your greatest joys. He knows you and loves you. He knows what it is like to be human. He lived among us and felt everything we felt.

On this day, we celebrate the necessary birth. We would not have salvation if it were not for this day. Without breaking into history, Jesus could not have lived the perfect life on earth. He could not have died as the sin sacrifice that reconciles us permanently to the Father without having been born into the flesh. He had to be born into the flesh so that He could die for us. Without Christmas morning, there is no Good Friday. Without Christmas morning, there could be no Easter morning. Christmas is the necessary bedrock on which our faith is built. He came down. He came down from heaven to live the sinless life so that He could be the perfect once and for all sacrifice. He came to solve the sin problem once and for all. It all starts with Christmas.

On this day, we celebrate a love unequaled. We have a Father in heaven that loves us so dearly that He loves us even though we rebel against Him. He wants to have relationship with us. He wants us to be in His presence. He cannot tolerate sin though. He loved us so much that He came to earth to save us from ourselves and to reconcile us to Him. All we must do is accept His love as expressed on the cross. As expressed through the resurrection. He loves us that much. To lay aside His glory to live among us, to die for us. That is love unequaled. It all starts on this day. In a stable. In Bethlehem.

Christmas the most amazing event.
Christmas the necessary birth.
Christmas the love unequaled.

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