Numbers 6:22-27: Do Not Fear – Part XIII
Tomorrow is the official close of Christmastide with the observation of the Epiphany of the Lord when we celebrate the true arrival of the Christ in our lives.
We might best prepare ourselves for the discovery and acceptance of this amazing gift by remembering Aaron’s blessing to the tribes. With this reception of God’s grace, and with all that we have encountered in this season of Christmas, we are hopeful that we will remember . . . we have nothing to fear.
May the Lord bless you and take care of you;
And may we remember that the Christmas gift of Jesus lives and breathes and moves in each of us . . . even our enemies.
May the Lord be kind and gracious to you;
And may we remember that the Christmas grace of the Christ moves and acts and witnesses to each of us . . . even when we have separated ourselves from God.
May the Lord look on you with favor and give you peace;
And may we remember that despite what we se, despite what we hear, despite what we feel . . . we have nothing to fear.
To compare other translations of this blessing, use the scripture link and the drop-down menus to explore.