1001 | Under the Very Floor of the World


Indeed, the son of God himself, the very embodiment of hope for humanity, was born in a dark, closed space that was never meant for human living, let alone the birth of a child. The traditional image of a warm nativity scene with adoring shepherds and recently-washed sheep is far from accurate. The real thing was rough and rugged. And it was that first Christmas, in a cellar under the very floor of the world, that the light of God and all humanity was born.

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