The story of Christmas is about Jesus coming as a baby. I have written about how the festivities surrounding this time of the year isn’t the reason he came.
One of the reasons he came was to step in to our world, to experience what it is like to be human.
The expression walking in someone’s else’s shoe is so apt here.
The Christ of Christmas came and lived amongst us, saw you in your world, your ache, your pain of waiting, witness the ache you felt from loss.
Saw you in the hospital gown as you wait for yet another egg extraction and another retriever, saw the pain of negative test etched on your face.
He came to your world and saw you and he knows the sadness loss, delays and disappointments brings, he knows how you feel right now. Because he experienced those same feelings too, while here on earth.
His life here on earth wasn’t palatable because even before he drew his first breath as a human, he was despised and rejected.
But Because he loves you and wants to show His love in the most insane way possible, he stepped into your world and walked where you are today.
As you continue in your own journey of trying, stop and think about this knowledge, he knows.
Be encouraged with this hope, comfort and assurance.
Because the reality is that he too left the comfort of His palace and came as a helpless baby. Galatians 3:4-5.
Think about it.
For me he came. O a love so pure and true. That a king would come for me. O the wonder of it, I will never know.
Your partner in Hope