At Christmas, we celebrate the incarnation. We remember the Word became flesh, when God clothed Himself in the person of a man, the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus was the perfect representation of God, and the reason for the incarnation was to reveal who God is, and His love for mankind.
When you receive Jesus as Lord, you become another incarnation. God Himself comes to dwell in you and His purpose is to reveal Himself to you and through you.
Then there is the church. The church is another incarnation, and God has purposes for it that many in the church fail to understand.
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