A most blessed Christmas to you all in the One who gave His all for us.
The Son of God, who knew no sin, became a sin offering for us,
offering to God what no Old Testament four-legged creature could —
the only acceptable sacrifice for sin, that we might be reconciled to God.
If we, who, by the grace of God, have believed the Truth, keep the message of the Gospel to ourselves, who will tell the lost for whom our Savior died? … We ought not to lessen our resolve to live, with all our hearts, minds, souls and strength, the Faith that has been handed down to us and poured into our hearts by the Holy Spirit.
Let us give our Blessed Lord the worship and honor He is due, in every heart. God wants our love. He waits for us. And soon every manger of this blessed season will be set in place to await and to adore the One who was born King of the Jews, that One who was Lord at His birth.