“Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; He is the Messiah, the Lord.” – Luke 2:11 NIV

It’s Christmas day!

For us, Christmas is not just another holiday or a day to just feast and eat. It is a day to remember God’s love for us through Christ (John 3:16–17). Oh, what a joy it is to know that we are eternally saved. How wonderful it is to know that we have assurance for eternity. While we were yet sinners, and before we knew we needed saving, God made provision (Romans 5:8). What love!

He gave His son as a propitiation for our sins (1 John 4:9–10). Jesus is the perfect sacrifice. We owed a debt that we could not pay, but He paid a debt that He did not owe. In believing in Christ, our sins were washed away; We became children of God, and now we have His Spirit in us (Romans 5:5). Therefore, on Christmas day, we are reminded of this one thing: the sacrifice of a Father.

Jesus’ birth fulfilled the promise of salvation; His death and resurrection bring eternal life to anyone who believes. 

Christmas is a day of gratitude. Thanks be to God for His loving kindness. He did not send His Son into the world to condemn it, but to save it. By grace through faith, we can call God Father (Romans 8:15). For our sake, a man who knew no sin bore the sin of the world so that we might all live eternally (1 John 5:11).

As our anchor verse says, today we mark the birth of our saviour. For God so loved the world that He gave His son to die for you, that we may live forever (John 3:16, 2 Corinthians 5:14). This is the reason for the season! Hallelujah!

Merry Christmas!

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