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The celebration of the greatest  “LOVE” ever known

As a pastor, many people do not understand the meaning or reason for the celebration at Christmas. Christmas is the celebration of the greatest “LOVE” ever known, a love that changed 

the world and continues to change our lives.

God’s people had been promised a messiah, a savior; God loved His people so much that He came to earth as an infant, walked, and lived as one of the people, yet teaching and serving the people, demonstrating God’s great love for us. Christmas is about God’s love, forgiveness, and our salvation. God’s plan for us to have eternal life through the acceptance of His Son, Jesus Christ, began with the birth of His child born of a virgin. God showed His love for all those who believe by offering salvation and eternal life, and this began with the birth of Christ and continued through the death and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ.

Christmas is the time Christians begin to prepare our hearts as we wait, just as the Hebrews did, for the birth of Christ. We should look at our lives to see what we need to do to grow closer in our relationship with Christ. We pray for hope, peace, joy, and love.

God told us in Mark 16:15, “Go into all the world and proclaim the good news to the whole creation. I believe that all should be sharing the greatest “Love” with everyone in this world. So many don’t know that they are loved beyond anything they could imagine. Christmas is a time to remind the world that Jesus Christ came to save the world and He loves all.

Luke 2:14 “Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace, goodwill towards men.”  Let us pray for peace and share God’s love with everyone.

In His Service,

Rev. Wannell Scott, Moulton, Alabama, USA