CHRIST; THE SAINT’S LIGHT.
Living Bible John 08:12 Later, in one of His talks, Jesus said to the people, “I am the Light of the world. So if you follow Me, you won’t be stumbling through the darkness, for living light will flood your path.”
Today marks a very important and blessed day in the lives of the saints(the believers&followers) of Jesus Christ. It’s a day when we remember to birth of our Saviour and Lord Christ Jesus.
However, as the Church we are not called to blindly/ignorantly following&celebrating this day. We are called into fully understanding Who this Jesus Christ really is and as a result come to understand His mission in this world. Selah!
Our lead verse enlightens us on Who Jesus Christ is to the Church (you&I);He is our Light. Hallelujah! This’ something to shout and celebrate all days, that Christ not only supplies light to the saint but He is the very saint’s Light. Think about it!
Beloved, this’ why we celebrate Christmas day; it’s because upon His manifestation(read birth), God’s redemptive plan for mankind was revealed in Person to the world. Selah! Without Christ’s revelation we would live in darkness as the world. But thanks be unto God for Christ has become our glorious and great Light. Hallelujah!
As you celebrate this day, allow Him to gloriously flood your life with His glorious Light. Refuse to dwell in darkness in any area of your life;Christ has come and has become your Light. Praise the Lord!
FURTHER STUDY: John 08:12 (J.B. Phillips), Later Jesus spoke to the people again and said, “I am the light of the world. The man who follows Me will never walk in the dark but will live his life in the light.”
BOON NUGGET: This’ why we celebrate Christmas day; it’s because upon His manifestation(read birth), God’s redemptive plan for mankind was revealed in Person to the world.
Loving Father thank You for the gift of Christ Jesus Who has become my great and eternal Light. In Him I walk and live in the Light all my days. This day I celebrate this Great Light which has given my life a meaning. Hallelujah