The Incarnation

Knowledge is greater than feelings. We don’t always feel like God is with us, but we know He is. Matthew’s passage tells us so, and the Word of God is the Knowledge of God. His Word is solid and describes the announcement to Joseph of Jesus’ coming, emphasizing God’s gift to us and that He is with us.

“The Incarnation” means the union of divinity and humanity coming together, a beautiful gift from God. While many of us prepare for gift-giving this season, Bishop Hargrove reminds us to include the most important One on our Christmas list, Jesus! In fact, he tells us what to give Him — not just on Christmas but each day.

By Bishop D. G. Hargrove


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