Imagine for a moment that you are that helpless patient in a hospital bed. You are calling for help. You wait for someone to open the door, turn on the light and intercede on your behalf. When will they come? How much longer can you wait?
The fear of death seems to surround you.
Well fear not, for help does come! This Child, this precious babe in the manger has come to rescue us. The Comforter has come! The Light of the world, the awaited Messiah has come as promised. He has stepped into our world and removed the darkness. Yes, our heavenly Father can be depended upon to keep His Promise. He will protect and save us from our sin that otherwise would assure us of hell.
And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins. Matt. 1:21 When we celebrate the birth of Christ this year, let us remember why He came. We all are helpless and dying and He has come to save us. This child grew into a man who suffered and died for our sin...what love is this!
We all now can say with joy, “I knew You'd come!”
Have a glorious Christmas knowing that Christ came to save you.
Oh, but wait, He has promised to return one day – not as a babe in a manger and not as our substitute for our sin. He will return as the eternal KING of KINGS and LORD of LORDS. (Revelation 1:12-16) Again we will say, “I knew You'd come!”
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