What Was the Virgin Birth? (And Why Is It Important to Christmas?)

Christians celebrate Christmas, the day Christ was born on earth to Mary, the virgin mother. God doesn’t have to go to great lengths to show His vibrant brush strokes in the world and on our lives, yet He often does. Jesus coming to earth in such a unique way requires faith of those who believe, even to this day.

Though Christ said, “blessed are those who have believed and not seen” (John 20:29), there’s no need to have blind faith in Christ. Christmas is the celebration of the seemingly impossible but fantastically true virgin birth of Jesus Christ. It was something only God could accomplish. Mary’s faith connects us to this miraculous event and sets the tone for the celebratory status of Christmas.

Click Here to Continue Reading …

Advertisements

Published by

Meg

God has poured His love into my life through His Son, and hopefully through this blog, I can share some of that love with you. I'm a Christian, wife, stay-at-home-mom, writer, runner...I love the water....and I live to laugh..LOUD. Happy reading, friends! "Be joyful always." 1Thes. 5:16