- Julio M. Shiling
Let us keep the tradition, in its full meaning, alive, relevant and remain faithful to that way which is conducive to the preservation of the transcendental reset that Jesus began.
The Feast of the Nativity or Christmas signals the annual celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. The significance of this date, under no circumstances, should be relegated strictly for the faithful. It marked the beginning of a Life, human in flesh yet divinely commensurate and all powerful. Simply put, the world changed as a result of the coming of the Savior. This is not to say that evil would be expunged from the world. No. That would violate the very laws and premise for His human incarnation and the course He was to charter. Upon its material culmination, a permanent renovation took hold.
Despite all the challenges by the forces of evil of yesterday and today, the essence of the values, the worldview, and the hope which that exceptional Life bestowed on humanity, is ever alive and present. It is most fitting to take some of those magnanimous things into account. Let us consider just three.
Christianity as the religion, movement, belief system that ensued following the life of Jesus, set into motion a true universal reset. Let us begin with freedom. The very notion itself of voluntarily choosing to believe or not, was a revolutionary innovation that underscored the part that freedom was given in this new way of looking and living in the world.Continue Reading …Christmas and the Real Reset