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Jesus is the reason for the season has so much meaning.

The reason for this season of celebration is, always has been, and will be forevermore, that Jesus came to save His people from their sins. God became a Man; He became The Savior of sinners so these sinners could by faith become the children of God and inherit eternal blessings all to/for the glory of God. To fulfill our reason.

But Christ is!!! We might celebrate so many times a year. But let us put each one into perspective:
Christmas – explains itself. Birth of Christ.
New Years Eve – Start of new beginnings with Jesus, Amen. The start of a ‘period’ that marks God’s gift to Mankind – remember this with God, there is NO ‘time’!

We live in a physical world with its four known space-time dimensions of length, width, height (or depth) and time. However, God dwells in a different realm—the spirit realm—beyond the perception of our physical senses. It’s not that God isn’t real; it’s a matter of His not being limited by the physical laws and dimensions that govern our world (Isaiah 57:15). Knowing that “God is spirit” (John 4:24), what is His relationship to time?

In Psalm 90:4, Moses used a simple yet profound analogy in describing the timelessness of God: “For a thousand years in Your sight are like a day that has just gone by, or like a watch in the night.” The eternity of God is contrasted with the temporality of man. Our lives are but short and frail, but God does not weaken or fail with the passage of time.

In a sense, the marking of time is irrelevant to God because He transcends it. Peter, in 2 Peter 3:8, cautioned his readers not to let this one critical fact escape their notice—that God’s perspective on time is far different from mankind’s (Psalm 102:1224-27). The Lord does not count time as we do. He is above and outside of the sphere of time. God sees all of eternity’s past and eternity’s future. The time that passes on earth is of no consequence from God’s timeless perspective. A second is no different from an eon; a billion years pass like seconds to the eternal God.

Though we cannot possibly comprehend this idea of eternity or the timelessness of God, we in our finite minds try to confine an infinite God to our time schedule. Those who foolishly demand that God operate according to their time frame ignore the fact that He is the “High and Lofty One . . . who lives forever” (Isaiah 57:15). This description of God is far removed from man’s condition: “The length of our days is seventy years—or eighty, if we have the strength; yet their span is but trouble and sorrow, for they quickly pass, and we fly away” (Psalm 90:10).

Again, because of our finite minds, we can only grasp the concept of God’s timeless existence in part. And in so doing, we describe Him as a God without a beginning or end, eternal, infinite, everlasting, etc. Psalm 90:2 declares, “From everlasting to everlasting You are God” (see also Psalm 93:2). He always was and always will be.

So, what is time? To put it simply, time is duration. Our clocks mark change or, more precisely, our timepieces are benchmarks of change that indicate the passage of time. We could say, then, that time is a necessary precondition for change and change is a sufficient condition to establish the passage of time. In other words, whenever there’s change of any kind we know that time has passed. We see this as we go through life, as we age. And we cannot recover the minutes that have passed by.

Additionally, the science of physics tells us that time is a property resulting from the existence of matter. As such, time exists when matter exists. But God is not matter; God, in fact, created matter. The bottom line is this: time began when God created the universe. Before that, God was simply existing. Since there was no matter, and because God does not change, time had no existence and therefore no meaning, no relation to Him.


Valentines day- God is Love
Memorial day- We remember so much: Our blessings, but so much the way things are and the way they could have been. So, we givim Him praise for those who gave their lives for ours. Ahem!
Veterans day- Hmm! Do WE have a veteran who gave his life?
Seasons- Can we say Jesus is the reason for the season?
Spring? – We see and fewl the sun rise and set, we are blessed to do so each and every day
Sunmer- Need I say more
Birthdays?- We are here for a reason….find it
Vietnam memorial day- So many gave their lives for us. Ahem….One gave His life for us and should not have but sid. Were we deserving? Yet, because He is Love, He did!!!
We, have to therefore wake up, each and every morning and put Him first in our days and watch the day unfold. By His grace it will be blessing fillwd.

I can’t but throw a tidbit in the cog of turning wheels. How is it in Heaven, If Heaven exists? angels all doing their parts? Praise angels Praising, work angels working, message angels delivering messages. Are we not amazed. The even more astoundind part is that God said “Let us create Him (man) in our image…”. I have mentioned before that it is very possible that God learns.
He made man and man stepped wrong, but He didn’t stop loving Him. For the interest of time, I will simply refer back to that aection. But, briefly, we couldchavecbeen tempted to eat of the tree of life instead ofcthe tree of the knowledge of good and evil…
As I saidcthen, this brings a myriad of questions. What would have happened if we ate of the tree of life? We know good and evil. So, then why is it a choice and not a commandment??? We are given the chice to choose. Think, and think hard, choose and choose well. Your future (if there is one depends heavily on it) Even, here in this life, the decisions that we make have far reaching consequences. So choose, and choose well.

Published by Fellowship of Praise: ALL praise to God our Reason, Hallelujah!!!

To God be The glory. Let us praise God together for His ALL in our lives, Amen.

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