He came down to our level; That’s Christmas

Emmanuel! Emmanuel! that is God himself showing the ultimate love for humanity. What is Christmas to you? I hope it’s not the shopping or gifts and certainly not the sports activities that have taken the place of the meaning of Christmas. The holy scripture tells us that Jesus loves all human and took it upon himself to redeem us from the sin that separates us from God the father. He was born by Virgin Mary  on earth and was named “Emmanuel” which means God with us. Despite the fact that the actual date of Jesus birth is not verified as December 25th the world has adopted the day to celebrate the birth of our savior Jesus Christ. We rejoice and celebrate because our savior Jesus Christ was born and that is our only hope of salvation from this world of sin. The devil is in control of this earth because no power was taken from him when he was driven out of heaven. But thank God the power of our Almighty God has subdued the Satanic power through the birth of Jesus Christ.

May I wish you a blessed Christmas and may you enjoy and rejoice because God the son was born on Christmas day. Emmanuel, God with us! Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones.

“Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel”, which means, God with us. Matthew 1:23

Thank you for being part of my blog this year, your support was highly appreciated. Let’s do it again and much better next year, thanks a lot!

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About safrebiz

Alumni of the University of Southern California, trained and experienced in healthcare management, pharmacotherapy, business and communication as a former Toastmaster. I like belonging to progressive and problem-solving groups, meeting new people and volunteering. I am a faithful believer and disciple of Jesus Christ because of his atoning sacrifice and unmerited grace offered to humanity. Because of the love of Christ we have hope of salvation from this sinful world. One of my best inspirational biblical quote is "God is our refuge and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble" Psalm 46:1
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