The truth of the Season is… not santa… not how many gifts are under the tree… not even dinner with family and friends… the truth of the season is… Jesus. Yes all that stuff is fun and important and it feels good, but we can’t lose sight of the truth of the season. Christmas is a special time for the believers of Jesus Christ. Everything we hold valuable as Christians was given to us as a gift from God Himself. The greatest gift of all time!
Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us. -Matthew 1:23
In the birth of Jesus came the power and anointing of the Holy Ghost on earth. This birth conceived us into our new birth. We have been given through this birth the right to receive all that Adam lost. This brought man back to a full circle, back to what God has created us for. The birth of our Lord Jesus Christ has given us authority over our lives, even our children’s lives according to God’s word for thousands of generations.
For through the birth of our Savior we have been thrust forward to materialize as God’s witnesses to the world today. As the witnesses, we witness in our own lives change. We are no longer doing our own way of doing things, but God’s way. Cause when we became baptized in the Holy Spirit we had to let go of ourselves and let our new life be led by the Spirit of God within us, so we can do all that God needs us to do. In the same way that Jesus could do all that God needed Him to do.
As we celebrate Christmas, let us keep in mind the value of Jesus’ birth. Hold fast to the Truth of the season. Give honor, Glory and respect to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
We would like to thank God for choosing us to tell others how wonderful our Lord is and for using us to minister to His family. We want to thank you for receiving God’s revelation through us and for reading our posts. It is an honor and a privilege to serve God every day. We thank you sincerely for all your prayers and support of this ministry.
Have a Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year.