The Greatest Gift

Just want to wish you all a very merry and blessed Christmas.

Something I think about every Christmas: Jesus was born to die. Think about that. His conception, birth, life, whole existence here on earth pointed toward one event . . . His death.

His life–birth, childhood, adolescence, adulthood–and every moment of it, every happening, every conversation, every healing, every teaching, was all part of a journey, a journey to Mt. Calvary, a journey to the cross.

And there He died for you and me. That’s what Christmas is really all about. Without death in view, His birth was just another birth.

So though we celebrate Jesus’ birth at Christmas, we really can’t celebrate His birth without also celebrating His death. Because through His death He gave mankind the greatest gift we could ever hope to receive–the gift of LIFE.


About mikedellosso

Mike Dellosso is an author of wide-eyed suspense. He writes stories that not only entertain but enlighten.

Posted on December 24, 2008, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Hope you and your family have a great Christmas, Mike! Keeping you in my prayers.


  2. Mike, the words you write in this space are a blessing. They point to our common humanity, and how God made us. We share the same hopes, fears, dreams, joys and sorrows. And we share the Hope. We’ll keep praying for you and your family, and you keep writing. Merry Christmas.


  3. A-men and A-men! Mike, I pray that this Christmas is filled with much love and laughter…and that the New Year is filled with God’s richest blessings!!You have been such a blessing to me!Kim


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