He Had No Beginning

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In honor of our Lord Jesus Christ on His birthday.

The Holy Bible teaches that the Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, has always existed. They have always been together. Always.  When I stop to think about that amazing truth, I find it beyond my comprehension.

“But when the time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a woman…..” Galatians 4:4a. On that very special day in Bethlehem, the Second Person of the Trinity, left the glory of heaven and took on the form of a baby. We call it Christmas.

Christ the Lord is “the same yesterday, today, and forever”. Hebrews 13:8.  But He had an earthly beginning all those many years ago. We may think it was a modest arrival for the Lord of Glory until we ponder that the angel of the Lord appeared to the shepherds announcing His arrival. There will never be a more glorious birth announcement in history.

It was His birthday but Jesus Christ brought mankind the greatest gift of all; He came to die for our sins. Romans 4:25. He rose from the dead, fully alive and is seated at the right hand of His Father in heaven, ever interceding for us and offering Himself for our salvation.

We bring Jesus Christ our best gift………a heart full of love, joy and gratitude for Him.

‘Til He Shouts!

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4 thoughts on “He Had No Beginning

  1. What a joy to celebrate His birth! Merry Christmas, Adele! Thank you for sharing your thoughts on the eternal nature of our Savior! Such a blessing to know that He is …’the same yesterday, today, and forever!’

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