Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep. (Rom. 12:15 ESV) It is extremely rare to find someone who consistently personifies the above-mentioned
The Word became flesh.
This is the introduction of Jesus in the gospel of John. And that is the apt description of the greatest event this world has ever seen. As the gospel says, this Word is the one who was God who in the beginning created everything which had a beginning. At the perfect timing of God, the Word was born into this world in human flesh. The world celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ as Christmas.
5th or 50th – What will you celebrate more? Big numbers get more attention – that’s the way we think. However, 50 years can’t be
Christ Jesus is preparing for the Marriage of the Lamb which is the greatest of any gathering anyone could participate. Who would want to miss this? God loves you and He invites you to be there with Him for eternity. Not only God likes you to be there but He lets you to be in the perfectly glorified state of living.
Many delights in life come in ways that are unexpected and unanticipated. This truism is applicable even to learning experiences including our understanding of the
Imagine celebrating a Thanksgiving without turkey or a Passover without lamb. Much worse than that, however, is a Christmas without Christ. Arguably, Christmas is the