Max Lucado 3:16 – The Numbers of Hope: December 25, 2016

He’s been to Bethlehem, wearing barn rags and hearing sheep crunch.  Suckling milk and shivering against the cold.  All of divinity content to cocoon itself in an eight-pound body and to sleep on a cow’s supper.  Millions who face the chill of empty pockets or the fears of sudden change turn to Christ.  Why?  Because he’s been there.  He’s been to Nazareth, where he made deadlines and paid bills; to Galilee, where he recruited direct reports and separated fighters; to Jerusalem, where he stared down critics and stood up against cynics.

Max Lucado

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