Christmas day celebrates the day the Son of God, who also created the universe in love, came to earth to provide a path to justification, conversion, and salvation toward God the Father. While on earth Jesus set the example of love, deemphasizing the importance of the physical world and emphasizing the great importance of spiritual rebirth. Christ performed physical healings freely without emphasis, barrowed 2 fish and 3 loaves to feed thousands without emphasis, walked on the water and commanded the storm to stop without emphasis, freed those possessed in bondage, physical disorders, fetish, mental illness and even raised the dead all without great emphasis. Because while all of these things were important because they certified that he is the Messiah Son of the most high God, Christ emptied himself and became a perfect man of God to dwell among us and show the way to SPIRITUAL salvation. Christ who never experienced sin came to pay the price of sin for all those that will follow him, He freely laid down his life before man as a criminal though he never committed a crime and became sin before God the Father even though Christ never sinned. In a moment of time Jesus Christ paid the price physically and spiritually to destroy the bondage of sin. So that past believers could be freed from Hell and future believers saved from Hell. Hell a place where a person burns for eternity alone, kept company only by the worms that represent the sin men have inflicted to their own souls, these worms feed on the soul and both the person and worms never die from the consuming flames, all the while with Heaven in plain view but out of reach. In Heaven a the table is set for believers redeemed by Christ forever and drink living waters and eat the “Tree of Life” for eternity in perfect joy. These are the facts of the past and the future, and regardless of your opinion the free choice is yours, bondage and eternal death through sin, or freedom and everlasting life through Christ… The choice and outcome simple yet so true, is yours.
Yes, just as you can identify a tree by its fruit, so you can identify people by their actions. “Not everyone who calls out to me, ‘Lord! Lord!’ will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Only those who actually do the will of my Father in heaven will enter. (Matthew 7:20-21)