birth of Jesus

Day 24 – The birth of Jesus.

On a quiet unsuspecting night, the Savior came into the world. And the world has never been the same.

Luke 2:6-7
While Mary and Joseph were in Bethlehem,
the time came for her to give birth.
Then she gave birth to her firstborn Son,
and she wrapped Him snugly in cloth
and laid Him in a feeding trough—
because there was no room for them
at the lodging place.

As the Christmas rush begins to quieten down, the stores are closing, the gifts are bought, and the world prepares to stop for a day, remember what this simple but profound birth means to our world.

 

No matter what you may be dealing with this Christmas season, and many of us are, may you stop for a few minutes on this Christmas Eve and ask Jesus to surround you with His love and peace and hope. For Jesus truly is the reason for the holiday.

* Merry Christmas *

Christmas candle

 


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A Christmas Story Devotional: 31 Days of the Christmas Story from Genesis to John

Follow along for the 31 days of December and experience a new and exciting appreciation for the ancient Christmas story we celebrate today. The story of Jesus and the meaning behind the celebration of Christmas is woven throughout the entire Bible – from the beginning of mankind in Genesis to the resurrection of Jesus as told by the apostle John some 4000 years later. 

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Sue McCusker is a writer, teacher, and web developer who loves to share the stories of life and hope she sees around her every day. She has written for Guideposts and Angels on Earth magazines, and teaches the story of God in women's Bible study. Her passion is connecting technology with faith to produce good.

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