Read: Luke 2:1-2
At the time when Jesus was born, much of the world was ruled by a Roman man named Caesar Augustus. Augustus was the most powerful man in the world at that time . . . so powerful, he made up a name for himself to impress all who knew him: “son of the divine” or “son of god.” With a simple decree, Augustus could set a plan in motion to cause millions of people to travel to other towns for a census. 2,000 years later, however, Augustus does not look so powerful. He died and no one really knows him for his fancy self-given nicknames anymore. He is merely a footnote in history regarding the story of the TRUE Son of God Jesus Christ.
Question of the Day: Who are some people in the world today who appear very powerful, but are not nearly as powerful (or important) as Jesus Christ?
NOTE: Each day between now and Christmas, I will be posting these devotional thoughts concerning Advent to this blog. The artwork for each day is a product of children from Wildwood Community Church‘s Children’s ministry. You can also access these posts via the “wildwoodchildren” Instagram feed or Wildwood Community Church’s Facebook page.