Dec 21, 2011

Birth: The Savior Has Come

It's weird how time goes by so quickly. The warm summer sun shines on you, then next thing you know, you're suddenly ensconced in the busyness of Christmas. Which is really what Christmas shouldn't be like. It's not a time of gifts, Santa Claus, or being nice to everyone once a year. Christmas is supposed to be the celebration of the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. This birth marked the fulfillment of the prophecies foretold by countless prophets long ago. This birth was one of the many signs that God does keep His promises. We were all found guilty of doing terrible things, and the situation seemed hopeless, but God promised a way out. And it has come! Through Christ, we're reconciled with God. Through Christ, we can know God. I don't know about you, but getting to know a mighty, all-powerful God sounds pretty awesome to me!

This Christmas, let's not forget the true reason we celebrate Christmas.

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1 comment:

  1. The Christmas story is the most magical of all! : )


Thank you so, so much for your encouraging words! I hope your day is as awesome as you are. c: