A thought: Trusting what we cannot see

A thought: Trusting what we cannot see

Trusting what we cannot see

Seeing the little baby in the manger at Christmas fills us all with joy and wonder. It is a universal experience because we have all looked with joy and wonder at the children and grandchildren we have welcomed into our families. The birth of Jesus is not difficult to believe—a baby. What could be more precious?

Why then is there so much controversy attached to Jesus? Why do so many turn their attention away from Jesus after Christmas?

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