Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Everything Means Something

I believe God does everything with a meaning and purpose.
I don't believe God deals in the random.

So with that in mind, these are always a few things about Christmas that I love to reflect on.

The Bread of Life was born in Bethlehem, The House of Bread.

The Lamb of God first visitors was a group of Shepherd's.

The Light of the World had only a star to guide seekers to him.

The Great Shepherd was born in a lambing cave with only their feeding trough to lay Him in.

There are many more and feel free to leave one that is special to you.


When I reflect on Christmas the thing that sticks out the most is this thought:
The only reason why Christ came is because of love.
Love for you and me. Love undeserved.
Love poured out over and over again from the beginning of time, but fully manifested that night in Bethlehem and ending on a cross on Calvary that lead to an empty tomb.


I pray this Christmas season you have felt the presence of Emmanuel, God with Us.
And, if you haven't I pray you will call out to Him and that you will look at every corner of your life and see Him there in every part.

Merry Christmas!

4 comments:

Hillbilly Handiworks said...

Have a wonderful Christmas, Angie. I pray that you all will stay well and enjoy your Saviour's birthday party day!

Angie said...

Thanks!
Have a very Merry Christmas too!

Eddie Buford said...

Thank you angie for the challenge to consider Who this Baby was. I trust many people will spend time reflecting on the significance of the birth of Christ. Have a Merry Christmas.

Angie said...

Merry Christmas to you too!!

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