The Light Has Come

Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, ‘I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.’”
– John 8:12

When Jesus was born 2000 years ago He brought the light: the light that drives out darkness, the light that ushers hope, the light that brings life to all!

This Christmas as we remember the birth of Jesus, we celebrate the coming of this Light. The Light that was born in a lowly manger, in the humble town of Bethlehem. The Light that lived a sinless and perfect life. The Light that was killed for the sins of the whole world. The Light that rose again after three days defeating sin and death. The Light that is seated at the right hand of the Father in heaven and will reign forever. The Light that is the life of all.

Where do you need to remember the Light this Christmas season? It’s easy to treat the birth of Jesus as a far off distant event, but the coming of Jesus means something for you today, this week, this month, and for your life. The coming of the Light of the world turns the darkest of situations hopeful, it brings purpose where there was none, and it brings freedom from the bondage of fear. Would you let the Light in this Christmas season?

This year we are celebrating that the Light has come at our Christmas Eve service. Would you join us? All our welcome for this hour long service that will include Christmas carols, a children’s choir, candle lighting, and an encouraging message. Come early at 4:30pm for light refreshments, a Christmas photo booth, and fellowship. The service begins at 5:00pm.


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Mosaic Community Church

Jesus said the greatest commandment is to love God with all of our heart, soul, strength, and mind. He said the other is to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. We commit to loving God because He loves us. We commit to loving people the way Jesus does, selflessly and with integrity. This love compels us to take the good news of Jesus Christ to the world, inviting everyone to be a part of His family. As we love God and love people, the world will change.

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