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How the Ordinary Can Be Used to the Extraordinary

The ordinary get the Extraordinary message. (Luke 2:8-14, NKJV; 1 John 4:18, NCV; John 11:25, NKJV; 1 Corinthians 2:9, NKJV)

When the ordinary get the extraordinary message, many times they are afraid. The opposite of fear is love. God does not want you to be afraid, because He’s bringing you good tidings of great joy.

Here’s the Good News that brings Great Joy; God sent His Son here to earth to protect, provide, and to die for you and me. God has already prepared good news and great joy beyond the imagination for those who love Jesus and for those who are saved.

What we are to do with the Extraordinary message. (Luke 2:15, NKJV; Micah 5:2, NKJV)

“Let us now go to Bethlehem”, where the ordinary become extraordinary. God chose Bethlehem, one of the least of the cities. God does not see you as you are, but as you can be. Bethlehem looked like a place of inconvenience.

What God promises, He performs no matter what. God turned what looked like a mess into a miracle. Find a promise and allow God to perform a miracle. The trip to Bethlehem proves that God takes the ordinary people, places, and things and turns them into the extraordinary.

How to Experience Jesus in a personal and powerful way. (2 Chronicles 26:5, NKJV; Jeremiah 29:12, NKJV)

He has to be your Savior. He has to be your Lord. You have to seek Him. The Shepherds were willing to go and seek after Him, are you? Be used by Him.