Friday, December 25, 2009
If Christ were not so helpless He would not have been so humble.
The shepherds were told great news that would be for all people. "Today in the City of David a Savior has been born to you; He is Christ the LORD" (Lk. 2:11). When they had seen the Babe they went and spread the word about who He was and everyone was amazed.
As an infant, who could Christ have defended Himself from? Who could He have stopped from coming into His presence? He could not be discriminate - and this - this is the way in which a Savior, for us, came into our midst.
In His atoning death, He was pierced in His hands and feet to a cross. He was pinned down, and unable to move, but still alive. Who could Christ have defended Himself from? Who could He have stopped from coming into His presence? The cross was His appointed time to suffer. Anyone could come toward Him with any desire. If their will was to pierce His side, or, if it was to find salvation at the very last moment, they could have their way.
"hand nailed to cross" by Horseman
Pinned down, but still alive. He could not be discriminate - and this - this is the way in which a Savior, for us, left our midst.
Thank you LORD and Savior Jesus Christ, our humble King.
Wednesday, December 02, 2009
Surely I will not go into the chamber of my house,
Or go up to the comfort of my bed;
I will not give sleep to my eyes
Or slumber to my eyelids,
Until I find a place for the LORD,
A dwelling place for the Mighty One of Jacob.
Whether the stray has been a few hours, a few days or a lifetime, Christ is unchanging, approachable and forgiving. His love is amazing because it is absolutely free!
Jesus is open and willing. Thank you LORD!
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