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An announcement I heard on the radio during the holiday season, advertised the "ultimate gift," the gift for the one who has everything.

Called "Track Attack," the gift enabled the recipient to get behind the wheel of a race car and maneuver through some laps. You could give this "ultimate gift" if you did not mind the $1,000 price tag.

People are in search of the ultimate gift. Remember the recent holiday movie, "Jingle all the Way"? It tells the story of a father who attempts to purchase the "ultimate gift" for his son.

In the movie, if the father is unable to obtain this gift, which happens to be the most popular toy of the season, he will appear as a failure to his son and the son will appear as a failure to his friends.

Indeed, people are looking for the ultimate gift to give during this season, but many times, it's for the wrong reason.

Speaking Of The Ultimate Gift…
According to 2 Corinthians 8:9, the Ultimate Gift has been given, the Gift of Jesus Christ the Son of God coming to earth in the form of a Babe wrapped in swaddling clothes. When the supernatural came into contact with the natural and God's paid the cost for our benefits.

There are seven aspects to this wonderful Ultimate Gift that we can receive and share with others.
  1. He was welcomed by the shepherds so that we could be welcomed by the angels.
  2. He had a human birth, so that we may have a spiritual birth.
  3. He occupied a stable so that we could occupy a mansion.
  4. He had an earthly mother, so that we could have a Heavenly Father.
  5. He became subject to human limitations, so that we could be set free from sin's limitations.
  6. He left His glory, so that we might share in His glory.
  7. He came to where we were, so that we could go to where He is.
Glory to God, we have been given the Ultimate Gift. Jesus Christ became everything that we were, so that we could become everything that He is.

Second Peter 1:3 tells us that we have been given EVERYTHING that pertains to life and godliness.

Thank God for the Ultimate Gift!

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Author Biography

Morris Mott
Web site: Christ Church Today
Morris entered into the ministry at the age of eighteen. At nineteen, he was serving as a pastor. Ordained as a Baptist minister, a deep hunger for the things of God along with the conviction from his study of the scriptures that God's miracle power is still active today resulted in Morris receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

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