Whatever seen or unseen battles you face this Christmas season, remember Jesus’s wondrous birth, His loving sacrifice for sin, and His powerful resurrection.
Christmas is about an emptying, a humbling, and an example to follow. It is about how much God loves us to become like one of us.
The God of holiness so wants to be known that He came to us, took on flesh, and lived among us so that we could know what grace and truth looks like.
Enter Jesus—God’s loved, chosen, and the well-pleasing servant who did not argue with nor trample the weak but vocalized His provision for our heart-deep need, securing hope that our hopeless situation will be made right.
When God visited our planet in human flesh, He gave us the assurance that He had not abandoned us or our world. What the angel said to the shepherds is the same thing God is saying to us today—a Savior has come.