Answer: The Bible teaches that Jesus Christ is both God and man. Many Christians are understandably confused when it comes to understanding how Jesus can be God and man at the same time… . READ/WATCH MORE > > >
American Minute with Bill Federer Jan. 6-Epiphany: Christ’s manifestation to the world! — Celestial Prophecies & History of the 12 Days of Christmas “Epiphany” is a Greek word meaning “appearance” or “manifestation,” celebrating Christ’s “manifestation” to the world, as foretold in Isaiah 49:6:“I will also give thee for a light to the Gentiles, that thou mayest be my salvation unto the end of the earth.”Epiphany commemorates the Wise Men, who were gentiles, visiting the infant Jesus, resulting … More Jan. 6-Epiphany: Christ’s manifestation to the world!
We at FSM and FSMWO want to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas Once you peel back all the glitz, lighting, and gift exchanges there is only one gift truly worth celebrating this Christmas, that of Christ’s birth. Think on this a moment whom else in the history of mankind can claim so … More Devotional Thought for Today – 12/25/2021
Philippians 2 CONTEXT: The example of Christ’s humble service even to the act of crucifixion is the major theme of chapter 2. Matthew Henry breaks it down as follows: The apostle proceeds to further exhortations to several duties, to be like-minded, and lowly-minded, which he presses from the example of Christ (v. 1-11), to be … More Devotional Thought for Today – 12/24/2021
The Greatest Event on the Smallest of Scales (Luke 2:6 – Dean Stanley) And in speaking of the greatness of the event of Christmas Day, let us observe further one peculiarity of its outward circumstances that conveys to us a special lesson concerning greatness of all kinds. This decisive world-historical birthday took place in a … More Devotional Thought for Today – 12/21/2021
Sometimes it is better to just let the bible speak for itself.
Question: “Is Christmas a pagan holiday?” Answer: No, Christmas is not a pagan holiday. Christmas is the Christian remembrance and celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. Christians believe that, in Christ, God entered the human race and so deserves the title Immanuel or “God With Us” (Matthew 1:23). Source: https://www.gotquestions.org/Christmas-pagan-holiday.html ALSO SEE:
Not sure why but it finally registered this morning, that the eve of Christ’s birth is just one week away. In the following Pastor John MacArthur answers the question, Why was Jesus born? Why was Jesus born? We know where he was born. We know when he was born. We sing songs celebrating that he was born. But why was he born? One … More Devotional Thought for Today – 12/17/2021
Last week on Dec 8th, we posted a devotional on Psalm 8, that began with a quote from C.H. Spurgeon that appears to indicate he was opposed to Christmas. After a discussion with someone who read the post and read it over again, I realize how easily this impression could be left, which was not … More Devotional Thought for Today -12/13/21
Question: “What was the star of Bethlehem?” Answer: The star of Bethlehem is associated with the birth of Christ and the visit of the magi (wise men) as recorded in Matthew 2:1–12. The text implies the star of Bethlehem appeared only to the magi in the East (most likely the area of Persia, or modern-day Iran). There is … More “What was the star of Bethlehem?”