Jesus and the Birth

When Jesus came into the world, it was in the same fashion of all men. From a surrounding shelter of water within the womb of his mother, he came forth into the flesh. His birth took place unnoticed and unheralded by most of mankind, as is the case with most men.

And she gave birth to her first born, and she wrapped him in cloths and laid him in
a manger, because there was no room for them in the Inn.
– Luke 2:7

Jesus came from Heaven to the world taking upon himself human form, seeking all men who are in search of the truth, calling them to repentance and declaring the Kingdom of God as near. Just as Jesus changed the course of history, so is everyone changed who accepts in his heart the Gospel of Christ.

Therefore if any man is in Christ he is a new creature, the old things passed away,
behold, new things have come.
– 2 Corinthians 5:17

This change is brought about when a person asks Jesus to come into their lives and to forgive their sins. Then, with the power of the Holy Spirit to sustain them, they become members of the eternal family of God. Instantaneously the Heavenly Father notices all new members as his children, and the Angels herald the joyous news to all of Heaven. We have passed out of the darkness into the Light and put aside the pleasures of the flesh for the eternal freedom of the Spirit. All this brought about because God loves us. Just as Jesus had to be born into the physical world to save us, we must be born into the spiritual world to be saved. Jesus made it clear when
he said;

“Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again he cannot see the Kingdom of
God.”
– John 3:3