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Celebrating New Birth

As we wrap another year of Christmas at the Library, we are thanking God. It was another wonderful season as tens of thousands chose to celebrate Christmas with us.

We welcomed folks from across the United States and around the world – all here to join us in celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Of those who visited during Christmas, more than 100 gave their lives to Christ!

The Bible says in 2 Corinthians 5:17, “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.” We rejoice along with the angels in Heaven (Luke 15:7) over those who have been reborn and are new creations in Christ!

That’s what Christmas at the Library is all about – pointing to the birth of our Savior, what He did for us, and the joy that comes from having a relationship with Him. It’s not just about Christmas lights. It’s a living ministry, designed to inspire you to devote your life to Christ and allow God to use you to impact the world around you.

As it turns out, there were other new births at the Library this Christmas. One of the sheep in the live Nativity gave birth to two lambs – Mel and Deb – on Christmas Day! Mom and babies are doing well…you can see them at the Library if you come back for Easter.

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  1. Arthur Olive says:

    Birth all together means that the one being born has no choice in the matter.
    Like our physical birth, we have no choice in our spiritual birth.
    Being born again is of the Lord, it is not of works nor of the will of man, but of God who shows mercy.
    The reason why anyone is saved is because the Father gave that person to the Son before time began.
    If it was up to the will of man, none would be saved for he will not come to Christ to get life. Thereby not only indicating that he will not come, but also that he cannot come, because he is spiritually dead and needs to come to Christ to get life.
    All the glory goes to God and this goes against the natural man.
    You MUST be born again!

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