10 min

Extra•ordinary! (David Gore • Luke 2:1-14) MustardSeed Talks

    • Christianity

God becomes present in time and space and amongst humanity. The divine presence in the form of a baby - a universal symbol of dependence and vulnerability.

The paradox of the Nativity is that the baby in the manger has the potential to draw from human hearts the very divine love of which the Messiah is an expression.

The only appropriate response to a totally dependent baby is self-giving love. Self-giving Love is the most tangible experience of the presence of God we can have.

The Nativity is an invitation to know the love of God. How are you responding to that invitation?

God becomes present in time and space and amongst humanity. The divine presence in the form of a baby - a universal symbol of dependence and vulnerability.

The paradox of the Nativity is that the baby in the manger has the potential to draw from human hearts the very divine love of which the Messiah is an expression.

The only appropriate response to a totally dependent baby is self-giving love. Self-giving Love is the most tangible experience of the presence of God we can have.

The Nativity is an invitation to know the love of God. How are you responding to that invitation?

10 min

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