Questions Answered at Christmas

Leading up to Christmas, a sermon series at my church titled “What Child is This” was presented. Several questions of those who were at the first Christmas were addressed. Like us, they had questions but they all were answered on Christmas.

If you read in Luke 1:26-38, Mary had questions but she trusted God with all her heart. In Matthew 1-2, several others at the first Christmas had questions. Joseph had questions but he didn’t hesitate. Instead he trusted God and followed His path immediately even when it was risky. His faith kept him going until in God’s time the questions were answered. It wasn’t easy for the Wise Men but what kept them going was to find Jesus and it’s the same for us today. What keeps us going is the constant reminder of what He did for us on the cross and this inspires us to want to give Him our best in whatever we do. Like the Innkeeper, will we make room for Jesus with our time and in our thoughts? The wise men did. They looked for and kept on following the star. We too should look for and keep following our Superstar, Jesus Christ. Lift Him up because it’s Good News for all.

 
Click on the piano piece above or this link: The First Noel: Norm Hastings, Piano. While listening, reflect on what Christmas means to you. Share those amazing moments of this past year by responding with a short note or a comment.  Also, feel free to share any favorite inspirational videos, photos, sermon thoughts, or favorite Bible verses.

Each day we wake up, we can continue to dream and believe because God’s grace keeps flowing like a never ending river. For inspiring sermon messages throughout the New Year, you’re invited to listen or watch at this link: Sermon Podcast.

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