By Robert A. Wallace
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Before we come to Jesus, though, think for a moment about the woman. Once she was through the door what did she do? Once she got into the church how did she act? She is extravagantly generous. One hears many conjectures about what might be the current value of her flask of ointment. " They were purported to be wedding gifts and worth a great deal, but worth even more from a sentimental value. Whether that were the case or not, Jesus was certainly drawn to her by her gracious act. It was so much like what he would do!
Chesterton has provided some of our most memorable words about Christmas. In a short epigram he sums up its meaning: Christmas is good news, But if you ask me what it is, I know not. It is a track of feet in the snow. It is a lantern showing a way. It is a door set open. This is a fine contrast to some of' the soupy, sentimental words we hear at Christmas. Lean and tough— like Christmas, that first Christmas, at any rate. " Today Christians speak of the faith journey. Christianity is not a room but a road, not a resting place but a route march, not a conclusion but a quest.
The Word became flesh"— in one time and one place, yet, "In the beginning was the Word," and at the end of time there shall be the Word. He is dateless, yet always current. This is one of the deeper meanings of Christmas. Underlying all the gift wrap and office parties, Salvation Army kettles and hokey commercials with Santa guzzling Coke, Bob Hope's visit to a military hospital, or grandma's arrival from Pincher Creek, is the assurance that Jesus was and is and is to come. The Word is still made flesh.
56 Devotions on Short Notice by Robert A. Wallace