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  • Writer's pictureIsrael Ekundayo




*Scripture Treasure.*

Galatians 4:4 *But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law,*

*Insight and Highlight.*

Jesus acquired flesh from Mary but not her blood.

*Scripture Commentaries.*

Jesus received His physical body from the virgin Mary.

The Bible teaches two essentials among several others. Others, which include His supernatural conception, not by human intervention but by the Holy Ghost and God as the Father.

First, Jesus had acquired flesh from Mary, but He did not acquire Mary's blood or else His sinlessness would have been contaminated, and He would have been like everyone of us, sinful.

This is one of the greatest mysteries but has ever since remained the norm that follows the development of the fetus in the womb of the expectant mother.

Under normal circumstances, if no procedure is needed, the mother's blood does not mix with the baby's blood during the pregnancy.

If anyone does doubt why Jesus only acquired His physical body from Mary, one would at least respect and take a cue from an informed, tested, well proven, and widely accepted medical report.

Without any doubt, this is God at work proving a point.

Though at a point, especially at delivery, a baby's blood may enter that of his/her mother, but it is nothing but supernatural that a baby would be in his/her mother's womb yet not acquire her blood.

What we know clearly from God is that Jesus did not acquire Mary's blood.

You do not need anyone to prove this to you. The Bible says so, and we believe that Jesus is sinless.

This is an example God has chosen to reveal to us, ref 1 Cor 10:11.

Second, Jesus's birth spells the birth of the Son of man and of God. We can say Jesus was born, but He has been in preexistence.

John 1:1-2 *In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.*

*The same was in the beginning with God.*

Jesus was with God and was God before He became flesh, born of Mary, to come to dwell with us.

Gal 4: 4 says, *"God sent His Son, born of a woman...."*

So, marking Jesus's birth is important to us. Virgin birth is important because it is the means by which “the Word became flesh” (John 1:14). Jesus became flesh, yet He did not lose His preexistence and divine nature.

We can not measure how old Jesus is. He has been in existence before He came through the Virgin Mary. By Him, all things consist.

Let us celebrate the Bible's record of the Word becoming flesh today.

His birth was the beginning of redemption and our ultimate deliverance from Satan, 1 John 3:8.

Also important is His preexistence long before He became flesh.

Celebrate Jesus today just as you celebrate Him every day of your life.

*Remorse corner.*

Col 1:17 *And he is before all things, and by him all things consist.*

*Call to Word action.*

John 1:3 *All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.*

*The Christian clarion duty.*

1 Peter 1 :18-19 *Forasmuch as ye know that ye were not redeemed with corruptible things, as silver and gold, from your vain conversation received by tradition from your fathers;*

v19 *But with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot:*


LORD, I thank You for giving me Jesus.

Good morning all, and a happy and Merry Christmas to you all in Jesus name.

Be blessed as you come into His presence today.

God bless you.

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