Today many will have a celebration for Jesus coming to the earth. Many picture Jesus in a manger at Christmas time.
“For unto which of the angels said he at any time, Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee? And again, I will be to him a Father, and he shall be to me a Son?” Hebrews 1:5
I believe there was a day that God the Father said “good bye” to His Son in heaven. That day was not at the birth of Jesus but when He was conceived.
Jesus has a preferred title: Son of Man. He does let us know that He is the Son of God from eternity but this day is something that He has waited for with great expectation even more expectation that a young child waiting to open presents on Christmas day.
In eternity past when God had perfect fellowship they decided to make Jesus the Lamb of God slain before the foundation of the world. When Jesus is conceived it is with the goal that He will be crucified to redeem mankind that He lost through the lie of Satan.
Most Bible scholars believe that Jesus was born in the fall of the year. So if you do the math by backing up through the gestation period of 38-42 weeks it could be Christmas that He was conceived.
Christmas actually has pagan roots dating back to Nimrod and the Tower of Babel but don’t let that discourage you from celebrating the reason for the season and the easiest time of the year to tell people why Jesus came to die so that we might live.
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