Indeed it is good! It is Christmas! The day we celebrate the birth of Christ, our Lord and Savior!
Oh come let us adore Him!
Those words rang out centuries ago. Across Jerusalem. The wise men from the east came to witness His birth. To bring Him gifts. To adore Him.
Wise men today still come from all over to adore Him.
Let us all adore Him. Today. And every day. It’s not about Santa and the presents beneath the tree. It’s about love. All wrapped up in swaddling cloths. Lying in a manger.
God’s love. A love so great, He gave us His one and only son to redeem us. In His own mysterious way.
Let’s not question it. Let’s not dissect it. And let’s certainly not deny it. Let’s simply accept it. It’s called faith.
To adore means to love and respect deeply. To worship.
That’s all God asks of us. To adore His son. Once we accomplish that, the rest just falls into place.
If you haven’t already, I encourage each of you to come to that place. That place in your life where you realize it’s not all about you. There is something bigger. Something greater. A purpose. A plan. For eternity.
It’s called Jesus.
He was born in a manger. But God had a plan.There was no need for a place for Him at the inn. His permanent place was never meant to be on earthly soil. It’s in your heart. Wrap Him there today. Then come and let us adore Him. Christ the King.
Merry CHRISTmas to you and yours!
And she gave birth to her firstborn son and wrapped him in swaddling cloths and laid him in a manger, because there was no place for them in the inn. Luke 2:7
Love and laughter,