Christmas-a Meditation and Prayer

Take a moment and listen to the attached video, and consider the reflection below, and discussion thoughts at the end.  Have a Merry and Blessed Christmas



A Christmas Meditation and a Prayer at Christmas


In Luke 2:7  The Bible says: “And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling    clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn.”


As we approach the Christmas season we celebrate the birth of Christ.   We focus on Christ, as our King, and His birth in a stable. What is the significance of His birth in a stable?


A stable is a place where animals including sheep were kept and many lambs were probably born in a stable.    Have you ever thought that it was fitting and symbolic that Christ was born in  a stable?   Christ is the Lamb of God.  Being born in a stable was a true act of humility. 


As we come to Christmas, let us remember His humble birth and thank God that Jesus is the Lamb who came to take our sin away.


Father, as we celebrate Christmas, thank you for sending Jesus, the Lamb of God, who came to take our sin away.   In Jesus’ Name, Amen.


Have you ever taken time to think why Christ, who is the Son of God, would humble himself to come to earth to eventually die for us?


Would you describe that action of Jesus humbling himself to be born in a stable an act of Love?


The Story of Christmas is about God’s Love to us.

PM#0338 A Christmas Meditation and a Prayer at Christmas-for computer.wmv

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