From Bethlehem to Calvary to Mount Zion | The Institute for Creation Research
 
From Bethlehem to Calvary to Mount Zion
 

May our hearts and minds be so solidly grounded on the certainty of the Savior having come, His finished work on the Cross, and the certitude of His coming to reign as King, that the clamor of a secularized Christmas season . . . even the rattle of tanks on the outskirts of Bethlehem . . . not distract us from this precious opportunity to truly worship the Holy God from whom this most precious of Gifts has come!

Come, again, quickly, Lord Jesus!!!
May we be found ready.
Merry Christmas!


As the Lord leads you to worship Him through a yearend gift to ICR or another Christhonoring ministry (such as your local church) that does not have someone on staff to answer questions relative to the gifting of securities or other assets, I am as close as a phone call. I am (and all of us at ICR are) here to serve as an extension of your ministry—to your greater effectiveness—all to the glory of God!

All of us at ICR are so very grateful to the Lord for His provision. We thank Him and know that He directs it to us through those of you for whom He provides abundantly—some from modest means, others from major; but, all as a sacrifice unto for the furtherance of His work here at the Institute! Thank you!

Cite this article: Tom Manning. 2000. From Bethlehem to Calvary to Mount Zion. Acts & Facts. 29 (12).

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