Merry CHRISTmas!

December 25, 2021 Daily Devotion
By Dr. George J. Ceremuga

The virgin shall be with child and give birth to a son, and they shall call him Emmanuel, a name which means “God is with us.” - Mathew 1:23

When God put into motion the salvation history, he came to earth as the eternal Son of God—Incarnate: fully God and fully man. God was first born into Mary through His Spirit; after the conception was completed, He was born the God—man, possessing both divinity and humanity as Jesus Christ. Our redeemer took on humanity in the second person of the Trinity in the person of Jesus of Nazareth.

To save us, God did an amazing thing. The eternal God became an approachable man and lived a perfect, sinless life on earth among fallen humanity. Why? Love. As the God-man, He reached mankind with His love, mercy, and kindness. He spoke words of righteousness and truth to bring people out of darkness and into light. Then in His body of flesh and blood, Jesus suffered death on the cross for our sins. He accomplished redemption for us, and by believing in Him, we’re cleansed from our sins and delivered from eternal judgment.

But that’s not all. When we believe in Him, we receive the resurrected Christ as the life-giving Spirit into us. He comes to live in us and be with us always, as part of His salvation plan for all humanity. If you haven’t yet received the Savior, please join us on this joyous day in this prayer:

“Lord Jesus, I believe You are the true God and a perfect man. Thank You for being born and becoming a real man with both divinity and humanity. Thank You for saving me from my sins by dying for me. Lord, I receive You right now. Come into me and live in me. Thank you, Lord, for being with me all the time. Amen.”

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