How many people remember President Johnson? His daughter's wedding ? I am not so interested in her wedding dress as in the church where she was married.
Above the altar was a portrait of Christ. Not the kind of picture we are used to, but a dramatic, fearsome, Christ portrayed in tiles, tessare, I believe they are called.
The Jesus in this church's tiles was a risen glorified Christ, the eternal Word Himself. Let us not forget, He is not a carpenter any more. He did not just live a long time ago, He lives today. Soon to return in all his glory.
He certainly is not a baby, He has done that. Judgement is coming and He will do it. I am so glad.