He did it with a manger. He did it with loaves and fish. He did it with mud. He did it with two pieces of wood. He did it with a grave. And He does it with us.
The gift none of us deserve, but all need.
There is something important about having days to celebrate special events and people, whether public or private, national or personal.
Just as Mary, Joseph, and all the faithful eagerly awaited the arrival of the baby Jesus, we look forward to the return of King Jesus.
Some see Jesus through eyes of flesh. Others will see Him through eyes of faith.
The more you know Him, the more you want to know Him. The more you feast on His fellowship, the hungrier you are for deeper, richer communion.
What if Christ’s second coming was on the day His people are celebrating His first?