Christ is Born!

Christ is born! More than a reason to celebrate, the birth of Jesus has become a defining moment in history.

Living among us as a human being, God crossed over the chasm that separates divinity from flesh by coming into the world in poverty over 2000 years ago.

What followed was a life of such perfection, such magnificence that billions have sculpted their lives after His.

Living our lives as Jesus did can be quite challenging considering the changing of the times. As a society, we seldom walk from one village to another, rarely draw water from wells or visit tombs. Life in Judea two millenniums ago was simply different.

How would Jesus react to today’s distractions? To today’s temptations? I like to think He would put all of us to shame. It’s really not that farfetched if you really think about it…

I invite you to give birth to Christ within you and allow Him to be your guide. Let Jesus grow within you as He did when walking among us.

Imagine going through life with God as your travel agent, as your financial consultant, as your friend. What would life be like if God was among us in the flesh and omnipresent, always along side us.

He would certainly play a role in our decision making process and consequently, be a factor in our future.

Let Him grow within us! Christ is born! If you are a servant of God then you must let Christ lead your footsteps. He is the way everlasting spreading His ever glowing light.

Let’s pray.

Father God;
We thank you for coming to live among us
And show us the essence of perfection,
Thank you Lord for being born again
And living within all of us.

Lord we pray you will continue to grow within us
Leading each footstep, pointing the way
To life everlasting and eternity in Heaven.

God we ask for your strength in the days ahead
And pray you will continue to look after us,
After our friends and those in need.

God we love you and thank you for all that surrounds us!

Praise God,

This message was written by Daniel St.Pierre

Posted in Bible Studies.

Daniel St.Pierre