Exalting Christ at Christmas – November/December 2018

Of all the times of the year—when we boast that “Jesus is the reason for the season”—this should be the one when Christ is highly exalted instead of being a footnote in the shadow of all the festivities. Philippians 2:5-11 is, as James Boice so well put it, a mini-course in Christology. It teaches the divinity of Christ, his eternal preexistence, his equality with God the Father, his incarnation, his full humanity, his voluntary death on the cross, the certainty of his victory over evil, and the eternalness of his reign. In this issue of TOTT, therefore, let us meditate on this passage by exalting Christ in three areas: His person, purpose, and position.

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