Saturday, 24 December 2011

The Word became flesh . . .


The Word became flesh.’

God became man; He came to live among us. God is never far away, He is ‘Emmanuel’, God-with-us. God is not a stranger, He has a face and this is the face of Jesus.

God is faithful, He does not change. The event of the Incarnation occurred in history but at the same time transcends history. Belief in the God who desired to share our human history continually encourages us in our own commitment to the history, in spite of its contradictions.

May the light of Christmas shine forth afresh this year and may the Infant of Bethlehem bless each of you.


2 comments:

EFpastor emeritus said...

A Blessed Christmas to you, Father. I hope you experience that peace that you work so hard to share and bring to others,

Fr Míċeál Beatty said...

Thank you Father and every good wish to you for the coming year . God bless you .