James Tissot. Public Domain

God personally took on humanity (incarnated himself).  This is a mind-blowing thought!  Anyone who has suffered (which is all of us) should be amazed thatGod would willingly subject himself to  the hardships, sorrows, and pain of human life.  If we need proof of God’s love and concern–the Incarnation should dispel all doubt.  In this re-telling of the Greatest Story Ever Told, I have tried to be faithful to the facts as the New Testament records them for us, and yet tell the story in a fresh and exciting way.  Since many people are busy during the Christmas season, I have broken my telling of the story into four segments.  If you haven’t had the chance to hear Episodes 1-3, here are the links, which I recommend listening to as a prelude to this one.


Episode 1: https://sites.libsyn.com/451119/the-drama-of-the-christmas-story-episode-1

Episode 2: https://sites.libsyn.com/451119/the-drama-of-the-christmas-story-episode-2

Episode 3: https://sites.libsyn.com/451119/the-drama-of-the-christmas-story-episode-3

In this final episode of the Drama of the Christmas Story series Dr. Michael Bogart makes some specific applications of the lessons of the story to 21st century people.  The real question of all of us is “So what? How should the story of Jesus’ birth change my life to fit God’s specific plan for me?”.  Here’s the link:  https://sites.libsyn.com/451119/the-drama-of-the-christmas-story-episode-4