As many Christians this time of year celebrate the Incarnation, I want to pause and reflect of the symbols we use to signify that blessed event. The Lord loving us and sending His one and only Son into the world is truly the center point of history! But are there symbols that remind us of this truth more effectively than a decorated tree or a wreath on the door?
I had to stop and think. What was the divinely chosen means by which our Savior came to earth? A woman. To be more specific, through a woman’s vagina.
He did not descend into the temple and come out through its gates in majesty and splendor. No, he was united with humanity inside a womb and emerged through the labia gate in humility and love. By doing so, He forever made it a sacred place where He is to be worshipped and glorified. The vagina is the best illustration and symbol of the Incarnation! It is truly the gate of Heaven!
In the Parable of the Sower, Jesus said “the seed is the Word of God.” In John, Chapter 1, the beloved apostle wrote that “the Word became flesh and dwelt among us.” So the best way, in my opinion, to illustrate the event in history where the Holy Spirit overshadowed Mary and caused the Word to become flesh is when the living seed is deposited within the vaginal temple, or if alone, the living seed bursts forth into the world.
So as Christians, let’s recapture the true meaning of the holiday. Rejoice and celebrate the glory of the gate of heaven by showing your gate of heaven to your husband without shame. And offer your intercourse as an act of worship as the seed is offered within those gates, aided by the flow of your inner anointing.
Have truly happy holidays!
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