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Messages of Christ: A Christmas Message | The Creation, Fall, and Atonement



This Christmas season let us remember that when we think that all is lost, we can turn to the Savior and know that because of Him, we can return to live with God!


The story of the Bible begins with the creation of the earth and the fall of Adam and Eve (Genesis 1-3). Because they partook of the fruit they were cast out of the Garden of Eden to experience life on earth and to sin and die. All seemed to be lost, but God sent His only Begotten Son to show us the way. To suffer, die, and rise from the dead that we might have the chance to live with God again! 


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Video edited by Taylor Riley

Special thanks to Tyler and Kiplin Griffin for their help in editing the text of this video.


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A message from Daniel Smith:

I’m glad to welcome you to Messages of Christ! In this newsletter, you’ll receive updates about new content and holiday-focused content. Most important, you’ll get to hear, come, and know Christ a little more.

Typically, you’ll receive these emails once a week, but with Christmas coming in a few days, expect a couple of extra emails. I’ll be making adjustments to these emails as we test them out, so if you have feedback on these emails, feel free to respond and let me know. And thanks in advance for your patience.
Today, I have simple Christmas message for you, and it focuses on the key purpose of Christ’s birth. The fall of Adam and Eve required us to have a Savior, and Christ came to Earth so we could receive the salvation we needed. Find out more in the video below:
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I’m looking forward to sharing more with you about Christmas later this week. Thanks for joining me in learning about Christ, and I’ll see you in your inbox in a couple of days!
Merry Christmas!
P.S. Don’t miss my playlist of Christmas videos. You can find those here.
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