Jesus Christ: Son of God and God the Son
“And the angel answered and said unto her, The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee: therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God.” - Luke 1:35
Who was this baby? Who was Jesus Christ?
After 2,000 years, there is never one minute on this earth that millions are not studying what He said. Think about it. Here’s a person who lived in a tiny little land two millenniums ago, and yet His birth divides the centuries, from “B.C.” to “A.D.“
He never wrote a book. Yet libraries could be filled with the volumes that have been written about the Lord Jesus. He never painted a picture, yet the world’s greatest art, greatest dramas, music, and literature have Jesus Christ at their center. He never traveled far from His birthplace, yet His testimony has gone around the world. He only had a handful of followers and a ministry of only three short years, yet 2000 years later, we are still saying, “Jesus, Your name is wonderful.”
He had no formal education, yet thousands of universities, seminaries, and colleges are built in the name of Jesus Christ. To know Him is to love Him. To love Him is to trust Him. To trust Him is to be radically, dramatically, and eternally changed. To be transformed.
Human speech is too limited to describe Him, the human mind too small to comprehend Him, and the human heart can never completely, totally absorb who Jesus Christ is. He was God, manifest in the flesh.
Are you joyfully sharing the Good News of Christ this Christmas? Will you be bold and share His Good News with someone today?
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Daybreak: Practicing the Presence of God
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