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December 24, 2009
Let the stable still astonish:Straw—dirt floor, dull eyes,Dusty flanks of donkeys, oxen;Crumbling, crooked walls;No bed to carry that pain,And then, the child,Rag-wrapped, laid to cryIn a trough.Who would have chosen this?Who would have said, “Yes,Let the God of all the heavensAnd earthBe born here, in this place?”Who but the same GodWho stands in the darker, fouler roomsOf our hearts and says, “Yes, let the GodOf Heaven and Earth be born here—In this place.”
Leslie Leyland Fields~~~That the Creator Himself would be born as a creature in a stable is astonishing, but that He would actually come to live inside His followers by His Spirit is incomprehensible.
That the Lord Jesus is all the fullness of God in a body is unfathomable, but that we as His believers have this very same fullness in Him is staggering (Colossians 2:9-10).
What difference would it make to us if we really believed that we have all of His fullness in our very selves—that we are literally the temple of His Holy Spirit—that He is truly closer to us than our own breath—that we are as one with the Lord Jesus as He is with His Father? For this miraculous Gift I praise you, O God! I receive it with deep thankfulness. I marvel at how You love me!
(taken from www.adisciplesnotebook.com)
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