Narrative Essay On The Night Before Christmas

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On the night before Christmas many children are so overcome with anticipation that they can’t sleep. Many individuals on the night before their wedding do exactly the same. We all know from experience what we go through when some long-awaited, joyous event is near, birth of a child for example, and expectancy becomes unbearable. All of these emotions, and a lot more besides, are in play as we wait for the Second Advent of Jesus Christ. Over two thousand years ago Jesus Christ the Son of God came to this earth and lived a perfect life as a human being. His death at the age of 33 years was untimely and cruel but it was all foreseen and every thing happened in accordance with God’s will. Before Jesus departed this world, prior to his death and glorious resurrection, he made an important promise, “And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and…show more content…
It is rational that we study their disparagement The doubters look back over their tiny lifespan and heap derision on God because he has not performed to their expectations, “And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? For since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.” (2 Peter 3: 4) They are contemptuous of Bible prophecy and take neither the time to enquire and understand its provisions nor appreciate the total accuracy of its performance to date and the Bible warns, “Therefore be ye also ready, for in such an hour as ye think not, the Son of man cometh.” (Matthew 24:44). God can come for this world and bring closure at any time and it matters not what you or anyone else thinks! We should not delude ourselves that our refusal to accept certain truths has some impact on those truths. Because some people believed the earth was flat did not make it so. Next we view with delight that God decided his

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