God with Us-Week 3 Day 5


Welcome to the final day in in our third and final week of our study ‘He Came from Heaven to Earth’.

You can find the Study Plan and Study Guide for this week here. You can also find all of the posts in the study here.

Immanuel, God with us!

Jesus was born in order to pay the price for sin. The price for sin wasn’t just to pay death and be on your way. Sin’s price was not one that could be paid by giving some of your money to clear the debt. Sin’s price was eternal.

God with us!

Such a profound revelation.

God didn’t just come to us in the advent and then He left when Jesus returned to heaven. The eternal price paid was that Jesus was give, not lent, to humanity to save us.

God is always with us, He is our Immanuel. No matter how dark or lonely this life might get, we can always count on the fact that God is with us.

The Eternal Lamb of God.

The Eternal Sacrifice.

God with us.

As we consider the birth of Jesus, let us keep before our minds that God so loved us The He came and gave Himself for and to us.

This is the greatest gift.

All eternity was in that Baby in Bethlehem, and that was to save you and me.

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2 Responses to God with Us-Week 3 Day 5

  1. Marcus Ampe says:

    Man can not see God and live and God cannot be killed by man. God is also an eternal spirit, having no flesh, bones or blood, not having a birth nor death, no beginning and no end. Jesus according the Scriptures is the sent one from God and not God Himself. What would be the use for God coming to earth, faking that He was tempted, because God cannot be tempted, but Jesus was tempted more than once, and to fake His death because God cannot die?

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