sundays: the word became flesh
Statistics have shown that
humanity is worse off in nearly every measurable and felt category because of
COVID. It’s not just the illness, it’s
the way we treat each other, it’s the way we behave, it’s the way we think,
it’s what we’re buying into. We are less patient, less kind, less
self-controlled, more angry, more depressed, more anxious and the list goes on. We’re unhealthier physically and emotionally
and relationally. We’re more polarized than we’ve ever been, we’re less
interested in listening, we’re less empathetic, less compassionate, more
selfish, more self-defending, more justifying...
We are waning as a people and so in the four
weeks of this series, we’re going to look at how the word or the template, the
example, the model for our design as humans, became flesh and dwelt among us. This is why we celebrate Christmas—Jesus came
into the world as an infant not just to live so one day he’d die and rise from
the dead but so that he would show us what it means to be truly human.
As we are sliding away from
our humanity, we’re going to look at four interactions Jesus had to remind us
and as we surrender, to empower us to live humanely and rightly, for our own
benefit, for our family's and for the world.
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