Have you ever pondered the miracle of Christ coming to earth?
That He was fully man and fully God.
That as God, He was omiscient, but as man, He had to be taught.
That He submitted to the very humans He created.
That He bore the full weight and penalty of the world’s sin on the cross.
It is hard to fully grasp.
His birth had an eternal impact that reaches to every area of our lives. We live this life, breath this breath, and read these words with hope in our hearts. Hope that one day, we will spend eternity with our Savior. An eternity of everlasting joy and peace.
We can stand amazed at God who is beyond us in every way, yet sent His son to earth so that we can know Him personally. This wonder of His love toward us should lead us to worship.
Many try to limit Him to our finite minds. Some believe that if He was God, He could not fully be man, or if He was man, He could not fully be God. But He had to be both in order to save us. Tha
As you stare at the twinkling lights hanging from your tree, let your heart be filled with wonder at the miracle of Christ’s birth. Take a moment to thank God for sending His Son so that we may know Him personally.
“Meekness and majesty manhood and deity
In perfect harmony the Man who is God
Lord of eternity dwells in humanity
Kneels in humility and washes our feet
O what a mystery meekness and majesty
Bow down and worship for this is your God
This is your God“Graham Kendrick, Meekness and Majesty