The Greatest Gift of All, Jesus.

 

My children, with whom I travail again in birth until Christ is formed in you.”

Galatians 4:19

The Greatest Gift of All, Jesus.

When we were born, each one of us has an extraordinary gift on our side. It is for us to discover in time and see what is inside that gift. Because this is so very special, we personally have to realize that we have this gift with us all this time. Finding the right time to open the gift comes to us in different ways, in different situations. No one else can open it for us, coz each gift is personalized.

Opening gifts make all of us excited… And when we see what’s inside, that is the only time when something within us tells us how we want to accept the gift. Sometimes it takes a while to understand and recognize what is it? Out of surprise, happiness, or maybe it was really something I didn’t expect at all. Some will instantly believe in it; others may feel so overwhelmed and feel guilt for receiving such an exceptional gift and reject it for some time and wait for a little while acknowledging the gift fully.

But this gift is so special that the Holy Spirit must touch our heart to enable us to assume ownership of this priceless gift…. Because inside this gift is Jesus.

Have you opened your gift? How unique is your gift?

 

Jesus as one of us was born of Mary is unique. No father that would link Him to Adam and Eve. But have a mother Mary with the bloodline of Abraham son of David. Jesus has performed miracles during His life here on earth like waking up the dead like His good friend Lazarus, it is not Jesus that gave life to Lazarus but the Holy Spirit came to rise up Lazarus. Jesus himself too was resurrected from the death.

Who is really Jesus? He is the Christ, the “Anointed One,” or the “Messiah.” The name “Jesus” is derived from the Hebrew-Aramaic word “Yeshua,” meaning “Yahweh [the Lord] is salvation.” The name “Christ” is actually a title for Jesus. It comes from the Greek word “Christos,” meaning “the Anointed One,” or “Messiah” in Hebrew.

Jesus Christ was crucified, and He resurrected three days after his death, appeared to His disciples, and then ascended into heaven. His life and death provided the atoning sacrifice for our sins. We were separated from God because of Adam’s sin but reconciled back to God through Jesus Christ’s Death and Resurrection. He restored our fellowship with God and reopened our way to eternal life.

However difficult to understand, Jesus is God, or Immanuel, “God with us.” Jesus Christ has always existed and has always been God, and He was not only fully God but fully man. Jesus was sent human, so he could identify with our weaknesses and struggles, and most importantly, so that He can die to redeem us for our sins.

Thus, If you don’t believe in the Holy Trinity’, there is no room for you in the bible. Because the Bible talks about the Father sending His Son Only-Begotten Jesus to the world Through the Holy Spirit and tells all about how He lived on earth and showed miracles and humbly calling and thanking Him Father every time His prayer is heard.

We must receive Jesus as our Savior and Lord, and then we shall know and experience His love, which is the greatest gift that anyone can have, and we can achieve this through faith and entrusting ourselves entirely to Him. Let Christ come into our lives and forgive our sins and let Him mold us to be what He wants us to be.

Believe and pray, and we can receive God’s gift to us with all our heart, with faith. Because He is Jesus, let Him touch your life.

He is the greatest gift of all.

Jesus never wants anything from us, all He ever wants from us is to receive Him in our life.

“That Christ may make His home in your hearts through faith.”

—Ephesians 3:17

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses

  1. Linda Malik says:

    very good article

  2. meline ngo says:

    I’m very grateful for your appreciation. God Bless.

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