by Lenny Ports

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Jesus - The Star of Christmas (1 of 3)
Series: Love Came Down
Lenny Ports
Genesis 3:1-15

The Christmas season - my question is does it have anything to do with Jesus any more? Listen, someone needs to turn the light bulb on and realize: Christmas is supposed to be about the Babe in Bethlehem.

Don't they see that the whole Gregorian calendar system is built on birth of Jesus? The term Anno Domini or A.D. (the era since the birth of Christ) is translated as in the Year of Our Lord. This calendar era is based on the traditionally reckoned year of the conception or birth of Jesus of Nazareth, with AD counting years since His birth, and BC denoting the years before His birth. The Gregorian calendar is the most widely used calendar in the world today. Aren't they reminded every time they write a paper at school or take a test, or make out a check, that the year they write when they date it is the number of years since the birth of Jesus?

When is the world going to come to grips with the fact that there are millions and millions of people that believe in this Jesus of Nazareth, people whose lives have been transformed by an encounter with Him, people who have been born again. These are not people who found religion or who follow a man's teachings, NO, these are the very people who have received the Lord Jesus Christ into their hearts as Savior and Lord, and not only proclaim the good news of salvation through Christ and Christ alone, but are even willing to give up their very lives professing that they believe in Him. These are those that won't be stopped by anything of this world. They will profess and proclaim. They will confess and acclaim the wonders of the Living God became man. The Word was made flesh. It is the mystery of the Incarnation. He came as a Babe in Bethlehem, lived a sinless life, always listening and doing what the Father told Him to do. He performed miracles and forgave sin, an authority only God possesses. He healed bodies, cast out demo ...

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