As Christians we must remember the meaning of Jesus Christ’s Birth in Jerusalem. It was the beginning of the unfolding of the Divine Plan to which God, the Father of Creation, had to save humanity, His Most Prized Creation. He knew that His only Begotten Son, Jesus Christ had to come to Earth, in order to show Humanity His Infinite Love, which Jesus Christ demonstrated on the Cross, at Calvary; and the way of life that was deemed worthy to enter His Eternal Kingdom, through His Divine Laws of Love.
We must have Jesus Christ and His Ways so deeply rooted within our hearts and souls, that we uphold the Divine Laws of Love, at all costs, even if it means death to the earthly body, just as Jesus Christ demonstrated on the Cross at Calvary. Jesus Christ had to be born, in order to become God, the Father of Creation, Sacrificial Lamb, to save humanity, from the sinful human nature that began, when Satan introduced rebellion, which led to the violation of the Divine Laws of Love, within humanity. Jesus Christ was the key in restoring that direct connection between God, the Father of Creation, and Humanity.
So during this season, please remember how our Lord and Savior, and God, the Father of Creation’s only Begotten Son, Jesus Christ, had to come to save humanity for the grips of Lucifer, who became Satan….For fulfilling God’s Divine Plan, Jesus Christ has been made the judge and will return one day to pass Judgement on the souls of humanity…This is why Satan and his demons do not want humanity to know of the name of Jesus Christ, let alone the ways of the Eternal Kingdom, which abide by the Divine Laws of Love. And God’s Wrath will fall on all those that rebelled against Him, and violated the Divine Laws of Love. One day all injustice done to God’s People, will bow down to His only Begotten Son, Jesus Christ.
May Jesus Christ find humanity worthy to enter God, the Father of Creation’s Eternal Kingdom.
As we all spend time with our families, let us remember that beyond all the gifts and CHRIST-mas light, there was One born as the Brightest Light, Who died on the Cross to become the Salvation of all of Mankind, Jesus Christ.