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The Birth of Jesus 

The Birth of Christ

       God veiled Divinity with the sin of the world.  God clothed a member of the Godhead - the Word, with the garment of all the accumulated sinful humanity of all times.  One of the aspects of the mystery of godliness is, that God took God, or, the Father took the Word, and through His infinite creative power dressed Him with the iniquity of us all, in the form of a human seed.  And though this seed  was the seed of God, it was all humanity also.  The First person of the Godhead - the Father, placed the second person of the Godhead - the Word covered with the sin of the whole world,  in the womb of the Virgin Mary in seed form, by the third person of the Godhead- the Holy Ghost.  The work and results of the incarnation was imparted by the Father in the form of a seed into the womb of a woman.  Thus the birth of Christ began.  The birth or origin of the God-Man begun at conception.  This is what Gal 4:4 is talking about when it records, "But when the fullness of the time was come God sent forth his Son, made of a woman."

     Beloved conception in any woman's womb is not an accident as many suppose, or, a chance that occurs without a reason or purpose.  No matter what the circumstances, good or bad, righteous or iniquitous, conception is God's call and choice alone.  If God permits conception will occur, and if God wills, conception cannot occur.  In God's reckoning, a person is a person, or we may say, a seed is a person from conception.  The inspired word makes this very plain in Ps 139:16 where it is recorded, "Thine eyes (that is God's eyes) did see my substance, yet, being imperfect; and in thy book all my members were written, which in continuance were fashioned, when as yet there was none of them".  God had all you are, all written in the living books of Heaven before you were even formed.  Ps 22:10 also declares, "thou art my God from my mother's belly".  And again in Ps 71:6, "By thee have I been holden up from the womb; thou art he that took me out of my mother's bowels."  And further in Ps 127:3 we read, "children are an heritage of the Lord: and the fruit of the womb is his reward." And in Isa 44:24 it declares, "thus saith the Lord, thy redeemer and he that formed thee from the womb, I am the Lord that maketh all things."  And in Isa 49:1 it clearly declares, "Listen O isles, unto me, and hearken ye people, from far; the Lord hath called me from the womb; from the bowels of my mother hath he made mention of my name."  This is not only true of the Son of God, it is true for every soul ever conceived.  We are God's creation, and we are an unformed person when birth begins at conception.  Jesus, just as every member of humanity has been, was formed by, known by, called by, and chosen by God from His conception.  But with the great majority of the human family they rebel against, and refuse the calling, sonship and gift of eternal life.

     Now beloved, as touching Christ the Bible says in Rom 1:2-3 that the promised Saviour of Holy Scriptures,  "was made of the seed of David according to the flesh."  Now the facts are, Joseph the earthly father of Jesus, who had nothing to do with the birth of Jesus, and who was simply just the husband of Mary; and Mary the mother of Jesus, were both descendants of the seed of David according to the flesh.  But more importantly, when we speak of the seed of David according to the flesh, we are speaking of  the condition or nature of the seed of David according to the flesh.  David under inspiration explained the condition and nature of himself and thus his seed.  We read "behold, I was shapen in iniquity and in sin did my mother conceive me" {Ps 51:5)

     The lot of fallen humanity is, that all are conceived in sin, or in a sinful nature, and shapen in iniquity or we may say, formed with unnumbered hereditary sinful tendencies, passed on to them by their forefathers.  Now because Jesus had in his body the sin of the whole world, and because God made Christ to be sin for us, we cannot imagine the weight of all that sin in one body.  That is one reason why it took God in the flesh to be able to endure and be victorious.  When we consider that by an act of God Jesus was shapened in all the accumulated iniquity and conceived in all the  accumulated sin of all humanity, we understand better Gal 4:4-5 where it declares that, "God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law to redeem them that were under the law."  The key statement we are pin pointing in these texts is "made under the law to redeem them that were under the law."  The Biblical meaning of under the law is, condemned by the law because of sin.  As long as Adam obeyed, He was not under the law or condemned by the law.  But as soon as He sinned he was under the law or condemned by the law.  Now Jesus never broke the law or sinned, but God in order to justify mankind laid upon him all the sin of the whole world.  Christ like every other fallen human being was born condemned or born under the law.  When he came forth from his mother's womb being made the sin of the world, the law condemned him to death.  Reality is, Jesus was born mortal.  Jesus became obedient unto death from His conception and birth.  However, Jesus was the only one who had sin, yet, did not sin, thus according to the scriptures, "God sending his own son in the Likeness of sinful flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh."  Rom 8:3.  Jesus, the pure and innocent one, was created guilty; and while being what the guilty are, still never participated in what the guilty were guilty and condemned for.  Thus He condemned sin in the flesh.  So we see that in order to be able to condemn sin in the flesh, Jesus had to be born a certain way.  He had to be conceived in sin and shapened in iniquity.  He had to be made sin, thus made under the law-under the condemnation of the law, from birth. He had to be obedient unto death from His conception and birth, culminating in the death on the cross which came about 34 years after he became obedient unto death at His conception and birth.  Jesus was born a moral sin-bearer! He was the Lamb of God which taketh away the sin of the world, because He was made to be sin for us, but He knew (participated in) no sin.  Humankind's Saviour was born this way to redeem, and to recreate lost humanity who was guilty and condemned to death by God's unchangeable holy, just, and good law.

 

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