Another Christmas Eve. Another day to ponder the belief that, some 2,011 or 2,015 years ago, God entered the world in the form of a baby.
Things had gone wrong in the relationship between God and men and women, we believe. And God personally came upon the earth to forever heal the relationship.
From the accounts in two of the four Gospels, it seems that God attempted to break the fourth wall quietly -- being born to a humble woman in a humble structure in a backwater of the Roman Empire.
But the angels sang out to shepherds in the fields. The great star appeared in the night sky, spurring wise men of the East to set out to pay homage. This great occurrence in the history of the universe would not be an altogether silent night.
For this Christmas Eve edition of the "YouTube clip for a peaceful weekend," here is Jars of Clay with a song about paying homage to the Christ Child.
Song hat-tip: Bill Buran