Thursday, November 3, 2016



By Elvin C Myers

Scripture Reading: I Peter 3:18

Without question, December is the month of America's  biggest celebration of the year. It might not be a white  Christmas for everyone; but it is a season of gift giving for  most people, so much so that many businesses depend on  Christmas to keep them out ~f red ink.

So why do we observe Christmas at all? What is the  reason for the season? Believing Christians take time to  observe the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ into the world.  He is the eternal Word who became flesh. He "took upon Him  the form of a servant, and He was made in the likeness of  men" (Philippians 2:7),1. He "was found in fashion as a man."  Why did He humble Himself to become like us? He did so  because God the Father sent His Son into the world to shed  His blood and die as the perfect sacrifice for lost sinners.  When He died on the cross, He bore our entire burden of sin.  He did not die a natural death.. Philippians 2:-7 says He  "became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross."  Think of it, a perfect man who had never sinned, being  condemned with others of the Roman Empire's most  incorrigible trespassers, dying a death reserved for the worst  criminals, the death of crucifixion on a cross. If there had  been a better way to save sinners, God would have known  about it.

We know from the Scriptural record that when Christ was  born, He really came to die. That's the reason for the season.  "For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the  unjust, that He might bring us to God, being put to death in  the flesh, but quickened by the Spirit'vfl Peter 3:18) .

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