by Dec 11, 2023

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes.

  1. God is with us.
    At every moment and every day, the Word assures us that the heavens and the earth will pass away, but His word will remain. Grounded in faith, we are like Mount Zion, firm on the rock that is Jesus Christ. The Lord protects us from the oppression of the enemy; He is with us, so we should not fear. The presence of God is essential, and He tells us, “I am with you always, to the end of the age.” Maintain peace, as nothing should separate you from the love of Jesus Christ.
  2. The fulfillment of the tabernacle.
    The tabernacle, a tent ordered by God on Mount Sinai to Moses, was a sacred sanctuary. Its construction represented a model of how Jesus Christ should be the center of our lives, just as the tabernacle was at the center of the nation of Israel. Just as the tribes surrounded the tabernacle, Jesus Christ should be at the center of our hearts, not just as a figure in the house but as the axis of our lives from the beginning.
  3. God desires to live among His people.
    This message is the essence of Christmas, where Jesus incarnated and dwelled among us. He left His throne of glory to break the veil of sin, proclaiming to be the only way to the Father. Jesus came to address the problem of sin and offer a solution to eternal condemnation.
  4. The grace of God rescues us.
    Just as Moses glimpsed the glory of God, we, in His grace and mercy, experience His presence without perishing. Regenerative transformation is the true sacrifice for life in Christ. God’s grace frees us from the constant struggle with our own mistakes, allowing us to rest in His perfect sacrifice.

God’s grace rescues us, and life in Christ is not about being perfect but accepting the undeserved gift of salvation. God has called us to a holy life, and throughout the year, we need to depend on Him.
So, cast all your burdens, anxieties, and problems upon the Lord and let His grace flood you. Remember to prepare your heart this season for an encounter with God.

Sincerely, Pastor Guillermo Ayala
Ephesians 2:8-9
John 1:18
Exodus 25:8
2 Chronicles 6:3
Matthew 20:8
2 Timothy 1:9


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