I am ruined! Now that I have spent so much time in God’s Word studying the details of the Christmas story, I cannot look at a nativity scene the same! However, I can choose to see all of the details that don’t line up with Scripture, or I can choose to use the nativity scene as a reminder of all I’ve learned through my own studies. And I can use songs like “Be Born in Me” by Francesca Battistelli to lead me back to those Scriptures and identify with this REAL girl, Mary.
I hope this week’s episode and song inspire you to do the same.
On this week’s episode I discuss:
- My choice to use the nativity as tool instead of getting aggravated
- Reminding you the importance of context
- My treasure hunting path in God’s Word this week
- Matthew 1:20-23 where the angel tells Joseph the baby fulfills a prophecy
- BibleHub.com as a study tool, especially for cross references
- Isaiah 7:14 where the original prophecy about Immanuel being born to a virgin is recorded
- Luke 1:26-38 where Mary encounters the angel Gabriel and then runs off to Elizabeth’s house
- Elizabeth’s greeting after the filling of the Holy Spirit
- WHY Mary is “blessed”
- Offering our vacant hearts to God’s purposes
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