Luke 2: The Anti-King

This entry is part 3 of 49 in the series Luke

In the era of great monarchs, when¬†the first “Ceasar”¬†launched the Roman Empire, at this time “The King of Kings” was born–but he was “The Anti-King” He redefined the standard definition of a king. He was born in a pig trough, because there was no room for this king at the Inn. Mary and Joseph would come to know this King as the Ignored King, the Impoverished King, the “Anti-King”. And this was the genius of God: His Son, the King of Kings, comes in humility to be Lord over all the earth, for all time.
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