Who are you?
If God asked you now “Who are you?” what would you say? Today we live in a world that tends to classify and identify people according to their social status, wealth, job, career or success. This is a very sterile and superficial way to look at the identity of a person because that person is primarily a son or a daughter, a husband or wife, a brother or a sister. That particular person falls into an identification system within the hearts of those who love him/her.
For two thousand years people have been fascinated by the person of Jesus. He has inspired ordinary individuals and leaders of empires. He has been interpreted, followed, argued over and worshipped all over the world. Even our calendar is organised around his birth.