Worshipping the Savior

Christmas really has to be my favorite time of the year.  It’s a time of miracles, a time when God’s goodness and grace is put on display.  Christmas lights illuminate the darkness and hot chocolate warms us to the tips of our toes!  It’s a time to give gifts, give to those less fortunate, and give of our time.  Everywhere we look it seems as though the very air itself is electrified with the possibility of a great and glorious miracle.

            Albert Einstein said this; “There are only two ways to live your life.  One is as though nothing is a miracle.  The other is as though everything is a miracle.”  Of course, the greatest miracle of all and the very reason for this season is the birth of a Savior; “For there is born to you this day in the city of David, a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.”  Luke 2:11

            On that day when the shepherds heard these words, they fell down and worshipped the Savior.  When the wise men saw Him after his birth they didn’t coo or make funny faces at the newborn King, they fell down and worshipped Him.  Both groups saw the miracle, they discovered a Savior, one who would rescue them from the great and overwhelming shadow of death.  They knew that the appropriate response was to worship at the feet of Jesus.

            It’s so easy to lose the wonder of it all, to forget the virgin birth, to forget that a dozen prophecies were fulfilled in a single moment, to rush through this season stressed about finding the perfect gift and throwing the best Christmas party!  Instead, let’s spend this season looking for the miracles, looking for God’s goodness, seeing His beauty on display.  Let’s spend our time really worshipping our Lord, Jesus Christ!

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