WONDER #1 <ul><li>How there was no room in the inn or anywhere else for this child or any child to be born just as I ponder how so many people today have no room in their heart for Jesus. </li></ul>
WONDER #2 <ul><li>How God chose to leave heaven—his omnipotence, his omnipresence, his omniscience—to live in a frail human body and be born in a feeding trough. </li></ul>
WONDER #3 <ul><li>How God chose to be born, live among, and teach the poor instead of the middle class and wealthy just as I understand why middle class and wealthy people today have no need of the Savior. </li></ul>
WONDER #4 <ul><li>How so many things about Jesus Christ were prophesied correctly in the Bible by different prophets. </li></ul>
WONDER #5 <ul><li>How the magi or wise men paid such attention to the star while most people missed it. </li></ul>
WONDER #6 <ul><li>How it must have felt to experience the heavenly host of angels singing the good news and how their praise seems to be similar to the worship we will be a part of someday in heaven. </li></ul>
WONDER #7 <ul><li>How Mary and Joseph must have felt at being the parents of the Son of God and how different Jesus must have been from other children. </li></ul>
WONDER #8 <ul><li>How children may have mocked Jesus as a “do gooder” just as we are sometimes made fun of when we do good. </li></ul>
WONDER #9 <ul><li>How the message of Christmas is so simple that so many people just don’t get it—including some Christians. </li></ul>
WONDER #10 <ul><li>How God so loved me that he gave his only begotten son so that if I believe in him I will never perish but will have eternal life. </li></ul>
But Mary kept all these things and pondered them in her heart. Luke 2:19 (NKJV) What are your personal ponderings of the Wonders of Christmas?
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