The birth of Immanuel

Hi friends. Christmas celebrations are visible all around. People are busy with decorations and baking. There is so much of excitement.

There was this prophesy with regards to the virgin birth of Jesus Christ. This prophesy was given to the Jewish people through the prophet Isaiah almost 700 hundred years before.

Isaiah 7:14 NASBS
Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign: Behold, a virgin will be with child and bear a son, and she will call His name Immanuel.

The Virgin will be with a child and give birth to a son. She will call His name Immanuel which means “God with us.” This prophesy was fulfilled in Christ Jesus. The birth of Jesus Christ was a great miracle.

Matthew 1:23 NASBS
“Behold, THE VIRGIN SHALL BE WITH child AND SHALL BEAR A SON, AND THEY SHALL CALL HIS NAME IMMANUEL,” which translated means, “God WITH US.”

He was born supernaturally. He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit. He was God among His own people. The tragedy was that His own didn’t believe in Him. Today people like to celebrate Christmas but no body has time to consider the birthday boy. He is sort of forgotten completely. Dear friend please spare a moment to think about this Immanuel. He is God with you. He is always for you.

Have a blessed Christmas season.

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4 thoughts on “The birth of Immanuel

  1. Yes, it is so sad the way so many people, I believe the majority, celebrate the “day”, celebrate “each other”, celebrate “time off school or work”, without ever giving a thought to the ONE we truly celebrate, GOD Himself coming to earth for the purpose of suffering for our sins, in our place. For too many, CHRIST is removed from CHRISTmas, and only “mas(s)” busyness and confusion is considered.

    God Bless You, and your family during this Joyous Christ Celebration, and continuing Blessings in 2019.

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