Jesus Comes to Ordinary People

Luke 2:20, And the shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all they had heard and seen, as it had been told to them.

Jesus came to ordinary people, who turned to sing praises to God. Many think they are not worthy of Jesus, and they are right. None of us are worthy of Jesus, but He doesn’t come to us based on our worthiness; He comes to us based on His mercy, and He is merciful to come to you. “But I’m ordinary and have done a lot of bad things.” So what? Jesus comes to ordinary people and miserable sinners. He came to shepherds—the most ordinary people—and so He comes to you, no matter how ordinary or miserable. What do we do with such mercy? Receive it and turn to sing praises.

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