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Keith Stewart

“But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for His own 

possession, so that you may proclaim the 

praises of the One who called you out of 

darkness into His marvelous light.” 

I Peter 2:9 

 With all the attention being paid this 

week to the birth of William and Kate’s new 

son, I could not help several lines of 

thought I wanted to share this week. 

 First of all, how sad it has become in 

our world today that God’s gift of every 

precious child is not deemed just as important as the “royal” baby. Before this 

child ever saw the light of day, he was the 

subject of close following as it should be. 

How ironic that we try so hard to justify not 

acknowledging an unborn child’s existence 

until we decide they are “wanted”. The 

culture of death, abortion has created, 

absolutely destroys the sanctity of every 

human life. Father, forgive us! 

 Second, the contrast between the 

attention paid to the most important birth in 

the history of the world – that of our Lord 

Jesus Christ – and the attention paid to the 

birth of the “royal” baby reminds me of how 

great and gracious our Lord truly is! The 

King of Kings and Lord of Lords was born 

not in plush surroundings but in a feeding 

trough in a stable. He was born not to a 

prince and a princess, but to a common 

couple of meager means. His birth was 

not celebrated by the aristocracy but by 

the meek and lowly and outcast. He was 

born to all, not just to a few. 

 Finally, I’ve been reminded that William and Kate’s new son has been born to 

earthly privileges most of us will never 

know. But, as Followers of Christ, as 

those eternally loved and forgiven, we are 

more privileged than that child could ever 

be. He is third in line to the throne, but as 

Christians, we are children of the King 

Himself (Galatians 3:26). Our inheritance 

far exceeds his because in Christ we have 

“an inheritance that can never perish, spoil 

or fade – kept in heaven for you” (I Peter 

1:4). Our culture defines us by our title, 

our possessions, our achievements. Our 

Heavenly Father defines us purely by His 

love for us. 

 You are a Child of The King! Never 

forget it! Live up to it! We bring joy to His 

heart and a smile to His face when we do. 

 See you Sunday. Invite a friend. 

Expect God to work supernaturally! 

 Only by His grace, 

 Pastor Wayne