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Jesus The Gift that Keeps on Giving!

Something important to remember this holiday season is that God was so excited about giving us Jesus Christ as a gift, that he started spreading the word about it 700 years before it happened.( Isaiah 7:14 and Isaiah 9:6) Wait, on second thought He actually started telling the world about Jesus’ birth much earlier than that, as He mentioned it in Genesis chapter 3.

In the book of Genesis Adam and Eve committed high treason shortly after they were created. They were enticed to commit high treason by Satan the god of death (Hebrews 2:14). Before they were created Satan  attempted to storm the gates of heaven to remove God from His throne to crown himself as king of heaven. (Isaiah 14:12-14) He even convinced a host of angels to join him and he apparently assumed the new beings would gladly join the rebellion as well, and they did.
Picture Satan (God’s enemy) telling Eve, "Did God really tell you not to eat from every tree in the garden?"

“We may eat from all the trees except …

God Are You Out There? You Don't Have to See to Believe

The only way I will believe in God is if I am granted a personal appearance!
Well even if God appeared to you, you probably wouldn’t believe anyway, I said.
Maybe or maybe not, was the response.

I must tell you this person believes in Aliens although He hasn’t seen one. But he is demanding a personal appearance in order to believe in God.
Perhaps, you’ve figured it out, a person doesn’t have to see God to believe He exists.
Adam and Eve saw God and still did not believe Him.
Wait you say, that’s different, not believing what he says and believing He exists are two different things.
But are they really? Because the result appears to be the same.

After the Israelites walked through the red sea on dry ground they quickly denied Him. 
Jehovah who? "We don’t know who delivered us out of Egypt, perhaps this calf that came out of the fire we made delivered us."
Although they knew God existed they failed to acknowledge Him, attributing their deliverance to someone or something else.
Seeing …