Luke 2:12-14 The Gift of Jesus’ Birth Is Peace During War


Luke 2:12-14

12 And this will be a sign for you: you will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger.” 13 And suddenly there appeared with the angel a multitude of the heavenly army of angels praising God and saying, 14 “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace among people with whom He is pleased.”

 There was a Christmas  Truce 1914 during World War 1 on the Western Front. Starting on Christmas  Eve, German and  British troops began to sing Christmas  carols, then the Allied soldiers heard brass bands music then they joined with singing . On Christmas  Day, the Germans and  Allied soldiers approached what was called ‘no-man’s-land’, and  called out “Merry Christmas  “ in each other’s language. Both sides were worried at first but the Allies noticed they were unarmed. Then they shake hands ,   exchange cigarettes ,  plum pudding ,   beers and sing carols. The German lit a Christmas tree and  the soldier played soccer . The German Lieutenant recalled:”. How marvelously, yet how strange it was, the English officers felt the same way. Christmas  brought a celebration  of love  between mortal enemies together as friends for a limited time. The next day they were exchanging bullets, wounding and  killing each other. I’m not really big on Christmas  for cause I know there are people without family who are lonely and  I can see amazing  love people show each other and  even people who don’t believe in Jesus and  celebrity the act of love , which is gift  the Lord give believers and  non-believers  and we can all have a temporary piece of heaven. Praise the Lord  pass the ammunition of prayer you warriors of God. Remember Jesus is coming soon and  Santa isn’t. God bless you all, Jesus the gift of salvation loves you and so do I. Samuel H

Acts 11:17  Therefore, if God gave them the same gift as He also gave to us after believing in the Lord Jesus Christ, who was I that I could stand in God’s way?”

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