The Incarnation of Christ Pastor Billy Robertson 24 Dec 2017
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artist: Pastor Billy Robertson
title: The Incarnation of Christ     24 Dec 2017
album: Pastor Billy Robertson
year: 2017
genre: Sermon (id None)
The Christmas season—a time of lights, dreams, gifts, family, and joy—for some.  For others it’s a time of cold darkness, aloneness, and depression.   It has become a commercial gathering time that is empty of the original event.   This season, this holy day (which morphed into ‘holiday’) was a quiet remembrance for the early church, if it was celebrated at all.  The point of this season is not the stuff, the gifts, the bright lights, or even the season itself.  The most important part of this celebration is the Child Jesus.  Who is He, why did He come, and what’s the big deal about Him being here, anyway?  If he is God, why not just “fix” everything?  Why come wrapped in a tiny, human body?  The incarnation (which means “embodied in flesh or taking on flesh”) of our Lord is key to the Christian faith.  Without His coming in human form, we could NEVER be freed from the shackles of our imperfection, our taint of sin, our lack of purity and holiness.  We could never stand before the judgment seat of God and be allowed access to heaven.  God in the flesh, Emmanuel, the Incarnation of the Living God is the only way through that narrow gate and the only Guide on that rocky and often difficult road to Heaven.      Access Pastor Billy's notes at       Enjoy his video at       Copyright 2017   All Rights Reserved


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