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It was very much the quiet, rainy morning I needed. Not to say I handled it with any spectacular grace. Nonetheless, there some wonderfully sweet moments as I wrote, read, and cuddled a newborn.

It struck me as I held this little baby boy (Isaac), as he snuggled into my embrace, and held such complete innocence: Jesus chose to be so small. Surely it was no new thought for me or for others in the universe, but children certainly are a way to see God in a new perspective. I found myself wondering how Mary held Jesus and if she sang to Him, if He got cold like Isaac does constantly, or if He ever cried and she was unable to discover why. I found myself with a new appreciation for the frail body my Lord took and the astounding love He poured out on us. This was my lesson from Baby Isaac for the day.

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