Who is this Child Born this Happy Morning?

Clergy Corner by Fr. David A. Runnion

Clergy Corner for December 25, 2016, The Nativity of the Lord
Who Is this Child Born this Happy Morning?


 Who Is this Child Born this Happy Morning?

 Jesus Christ is …
The Word of God
The Word made flesh –- God made man
The Son of God and the son of Mary
The long-awaited Messiah
The Second Person of the Most Holy Trinity
The Almighty
The great I AM
The Author of Life
True God and true man
The Bread of Life that came down from Heaven
The Bright Morning Star
The Firstborn of all creation
The great High Priest
The Bridegroom
The Head of the body, the Church
The Baptizer in the Holy Spirit
The Just One
The King of Kings and Lord of Lords
The Lamb of God Who was slain for our sins
The Light of the world
The Resurrection and the Life
The Righteous One
The root and offspring of David
The Searcher of hearts and minds
The Suffering Servant
The true Vine
The Master, Teacher, and Holy One
The Good Shepherd
The Way, the Truth and the Life
The Risen One
The King of Creation
The Firstborn from the dead
The Fulfiller of the Law and the Prophets
Wonder-Counselor
Mighty God and Prince of Peace
The Servant of all
The First and the Last, the Beginning and the End
The Savior of the world

He is Emmanuel –- God with us!

A Blessed & Joyous Christmas! ¡Feliz Navidad!

Fr. Theo, Fr. Robert, Fr. Boyle, & Fr. Runnion

 

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