The season of Advent reminds us once again of the measure of Christ’s love for humanity. Jesus is the very epitome of humility. He left His heavenly home to take human form and live among sinners. No wealthy Nursing Home for his birth but a smelly manger surrounded by lowing cattle. His first visitors were poor shepherds. He chose to be born of humble parents and was raised in poverty as a carpenter’s son.
The Season of Advent and Humility of the Incarnate Christ
Eva Bell is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists. She is a freelance writer and her articles, short stories and children’s stories have been published in magazines, newspapers, on the Net, and in several anthologies. She is the author of the novels: “Silver Amulet,” “When Shadows Flee,” “Halo of Deceit,” “Runaway Widow,” “Power Surge in Eden,” “Knee Jerks and Gallop Rhythms.” Non-Fiction includes: “Grace Abounding,” and “Womanism- The Adventure of being a Woman.”