“Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and they shall call His name Immanuel”
With the spotlight of a star, Glory stooped low into the womb of a peasant girl with a marred reputation. A stable of animals ushered this universe-Creator into a world of grace-hungry souls. The shepherds came running, tripping over themselves to see this wonder of heaven, snuggled in an animal trough before them. He had come. The Savior was here, breathing in the same stable-air and blinking at the same radiant starlight.
We know this story. We sing this story. And we repeat it to our kids whenever December blows in. But, do we understand the magnitude and the wonder of the Incarnation at all?
What can we make of this divine legacy, this Jesus-act of drawing near and loving up-close?… (click here to continue reading)
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There is beauty in the everyday, especially at Christmas.
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