And he said, Who art thou, Lord? —Acts 9:5
The air was filled with the sights and sounds of Christmas as I was walking through a busy shopping mall during the Christmas season.
People were bustling around carrying packages when I noticed a little boy and his mother, standing in front of a large nativity scene. The little boy asked, “Mommy, what is that right there?” and his mother answered, “That’s a donkey.” Then he asked, “What’s that right there?” and she answered, “That’s a camel.” Then he asked, “Who’s that man right there?,” and she answered, “That’s a wise man.”
When they had almost gone through the entire nativity scene, the mother began to walk away. The little boy grabbed hold of her dress and said, “But wait just a minute, Mommy. Who’s the baby?”
Who is he? Who is the baby? He is Jesus Christ, Savior of the world, Son of the Living God!
Do you know Him as Lord and Savior?
Jesus, to me You are more than a baby in a manger.
You are the living Christ, in whom the universe
hangs together. You are the Mighty God,
the Everlasting Father, and the
Prince of Peace. Amen.