Wednesday, December 7, 2011

DeVoTiOnaL WeDNeSDay~


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" Glory to God in the highest,
And on earth peace, goodwill towards men!"


LUKE 2:14

We have heard this scripture many times ... in Sunday school, Christmas services, even the Charlie Brown Christmas special.

Such a simple scripture with powerful meaning.

Glory to God in the highest! : The word Glory comes from the Greek word dóxa, which means "praise, recognition, honor, worship ... the highest praise we can give God.

God sent not just one angel, but an army of angels to announce that Christ had finally been born!

Isaiah 9:6 calls Jesus the Prince of Peace. He is and was and will be a peace bringer first through his sacrifice...making peace between God and sinful man.

The promise of peace and goodwill come to those who welcome God's only son.

I love Christmas more than the average person...the lights, decor, food, gatherings, gifts, & festivities...
With the hustle and bustle of the this holiday season let's take a moment and remember what we are really celebrating ;)









13 comments:

Andrea @ Strawberry Chic said...

Love this message, and I agree, it's nice to take a step back and remember what Christmas is really about!

Jamie - Snow In December said...

Short and sweet. :0) Thank God for sending the Prince of Peace! Merry Christmas!

Chelsea said...

These are fabulous :)

May he bring you peace, my dear!

Rebekah said...

I love Luke's account of the birth of Jesus.

Hannah {Culture Connoisseur} said...

And thank God is did send him. I don't know where I, or we, would be if he never came.

I shudder to think of it.

Kelly said...

i love that you gave a greek lesson too!
such a wonderful verse that need to be inscribed on our hearts for sure.
Jesus is the reason for the season.
:)

Katie @ minivan diva said...

I love that scripture. So powerful.

17 Perth said...

Amen. I love this post.....and I love Isaiah 9:6. I pray we all remember the reason for Christmas and praise God for giving us His only son so we can live forever.

Alexa said...

Beautiful post with true words and so relevant this time of year. xo

Erin said...

Simple yet perfect! :) Thanks for this reminder today! :)

Katie*Belle said...

What a great point! Let's not forget the true meaning of Christmas.

KnockKnocking said...

Some really lovely messages here and it's great to be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas.

Breeann said...

Love this!
I actually just wrote a blog about this very thing tonight. I have been so busy that I haven't been keeping up with my blog reading very well.
Thanks for the reminder, though! It really is important to stop and remember what Christmas is really about :) xoxo