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Undistracted Christmas

Published on 12/20/2015
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Undistracted Christmas

by DebbieLynne Kespert

   Christmas calls us, first and foremost, to worship Christ. Not surprisingly, our increasingly secular culture, with its growing animosity to the Lord and all He stands for, tries desperately to have a December holiday that marginalizes Christ.

    The angels who heralded His birth to the shepherds in Bethlehem knew, however, that the Child born that night deserved universal worship. He came as God Incarnate–the King of kings Who will someday return to reign over His creation.Though His birth was undeniably obscure, all of heaven understood its significance: the Lord of heaven and earth had come to liberate His people from their own sin!

    Thus, Biblical Christians persevere through the secular distractions of the season, convinced that presents and family and decorations (while nice) must never eclipse Christ. This season should renew our desire to give Him the praise, honor and adoration that only He deserves, as today’s Christmas hymn reminds us.

 


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     The above was written by my wife and published today on her blog, The Outspoken TULIP. I hope you enjoyed reading it and listening to the hymn.

     Each Sunday she shares a hymn with meaningful content that people can both enjoy hearing and also have something to think about. On other days she writes posts that she hopes will encourage other Christian women to read the Bible and think about the it says in context. She also shares how, over the years, she has come to better understand what the Word of God teaches.

 

 

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