Christmas Message 

December 6, 2020



The Gospel of Luke gives a wonderful account of the birth of Jesus Christ.  In Doctor Luke’s first chapter of the birth of Jesus we find the account of Mary’s visit with cousin Elizabeth who was also pregnant with the boy who would become John the Baptist. 

          Dr. Thomas Q. Robbins asks us to focus on the words of Elizabeth – a woman who knew what it was like to have what we would call a right spiritual relationship with her Heavenly Father.  Everything that God is -- love, forgiveness, grace and so much more is embodied in this meeting between Mary and Elizabeth and in what we call the incarnation – God coming to earth and entering into humanity in the person of a baby at Bethlehem as God put on human skin. 

           Listen with your mind and your heart to this message from Luke, chapter 1, verses 39-45  that tells when Mary and Elizabeth meet and talk with one another.  You will discover why Thomas Q. has titled this sermon, “Which End Are You Holding”. 

           Our teacher has a helpful explanation regarding faith that would be good for you to memorize.  “It’s not a matter of you having enough faith to save you.  It’s a matter of trusting in God’s faith toward you…" exactly what Elizabeth said about Mary’s faith.

           Understanding this is critical to a healthy relationship with God.  And, as Thomas Q. says "We usually have the wrong end of the stick.  It’s not us – It’s God!. Trust Him! 

Here’s this truth one more time.  We don’t trust ourselves to have enough faith but trust God to be faithful to His promise for us.  He gave us HIs son and forgives us of our sins.   May this Christmas time be one of total freedom and liberation for you as you grasp the correct end and trust God to be faithful to His promise for us through Jesus Christ.

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Something To Consider

Scripture makes an incredible assertion: "God lives in those who confess that Jesus is the Son of God and those who confess him live in God."  You mean to tell me that "confessing that one believes that God lives in us and we live in God" is all it takes?   That doesn't make sense!  It just doesn't compute in my 21st Century world!  Do you know why you think that?   It’s impossible to accept this beautiful truth if you only use logic or reason.  Such truth can only can be accepted and believed -- made real -- through simple faith.   (I John 4:16)   -Thomas Q