At one Christmas program of the weekday preschool ministry where all the kids sing Christmas songs and all the parents take pictures, I was present to welcome the parents, thank them for having their children in our weekday program, and to pray. Following my part, I sat on the front row to listen to the children. I had more fun watching the parents straining to see their child, to get the right angle for their photo, and to smile in admiration. When one class finished their songs and as they were coming down the risers so another class to ascend to take their place, one little boy, all dressed in his khakis and Christmas tie shouted, “I see my Daddy.”
Jesus coming to earth was his way for us to say, “I see my Daddy.” For in Jesus we see God personified. We visibly recognize God, the Father. When Jesus was sent by God, he see God with skin on. God became a man in human flesh.
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