The Meaning of Christmas

The historic record of the birth of Christ can be found in Matthew 1:18-25 and Luke 2:1-20.

Unlike any other baby, the one born that night in Bethlehem was unique in all of history. He was not created by a human father and mother. He had a heavenly pre-existence ( John 1:1-3, 14). He is God, the Son— Creator of the universe (Philippians 2:5-11).

This is why Christmas is called the incarnation, a word which means “in the flesh.” In the birth of Jesus, the eternal, all-powerful and all-knowing Creator came to earthin the flesh.

Why would God do such a thing? Why would he come as a baby, instead of appearing in power and majesty? Why make himself a true man and live among us, when he knew full well how terribly he would be treated?

It was LOVE! It was necessary, if you are to be saved!

Have you accepted the MOST PRECIOUS GIFT anyone could ever give you?

Do you know for sure that you are going to be with God in Heaven? If God were to ask you, “Why should I let you into My Heaven?” what would you say? Find out now! (www.needgod.com)
Are you a skeptic? [http://christiananswers.net/christmas/skeptic.html]

Decide what you will do with Christ’s gift…

*.Accept Jesus- I want to accept Christ’s gift of eternal life, but I don’t know how.

*.Reject Jesus- I don’t believe any of this. I’m still skeptical.http://christiananswers.net/christmas/skeptic.html

*.Rededicate- I am saved, but I have not been living like a follower of Jesus. I want to rededicate my life to him right now.http://christiananswers.net/godstory/prayer1.html

See our “Ten Tips for New and Growing Christians”http://christiananswers.net/q-comfort/growing.html.

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