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     Over the centuries, the identity of the Saviour was progressively revealed.  A paragraph of the promise was shown to Abraham, revealing that the Saviour would come from his line and be a blessing to the world.  A thousand years later, another portion of the promise was revealed.  He would be a descendent of David and heir to the king’s throne.  Prophet by prophet, the Messiah’s features would grow more and more distinct, as he was revealed: a word at a time, a sentence at a time, an image at a time.

     God’s people eagerly awaited his Advent, his appearing; but when he finally arrived, in the fullness of time, in the little town of Bethlehem on that silent night, there was much about him they would not expect.  Indeed, his story would be filled with plot lines and characters so unlikely, it’s pretty incredible to think that this was God’s redemptive plan all along.

     This Christmas the invitation to each of us is: to come and discover or rediscover Christmas…the most amazing and the most ‘unlikely’ story you will ever hear.  And in that, perhaps discover something new of God’s plan for you.

 
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Dec 27, 2015
The Unlikeliest of Stories
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