When the greatest leader of all time came on the scene, hardly anyone noticed . . . or cared.
The obstetrician was the baby’s earthly father, the delivery room, an animal courtyard.
No protocol or pretension.
Angels weren’t flying about, only flies.
Important CEO’s or big names weren’t hovering around; only donkeys, some cows, sheep, maybe a camel, and a horde of barn mice.
He was born in lowliness, lived in meekness, died in humility, and yet raised from the dead in awesome splendor.
That’s Jesus, the One we magnify in our worship this Christmas . . . Jesus, the Name above all Names. . Jesus, our Redeemer. . .
Jesus, the prime example of a servant leader for leaders to follow.