This Christmas I was touched by a special significance from one word in the Christmas story as told in Luke 2 In the Holy Bible. (Luke 2: 2 - 22)
There was NO room in the Inn. How about the barn? That will have to do. We'll have to make due and improvise with what we have. Are you beginning to catch a theme here? God could have chosen to bring His only Son into this world anywhere! But he chose the lowly manger. Think about what that truly represents... IF the Savior came into this world ( and HE did!) in the lowliest of places during that time in history, do you have ANY doubt whatsoever that there is NO place TOO low that he would not meet you to Save your Life? He is there waiting - no matter where, no matter how low, no matter how far gone, no matter whether you believe you're worth it or not. All you have to do is accept Jesus as your Savior, repent of your sins, and commit your life to Him.
Where are you? Right this moment? No matter where you are, this is evidence he will meet you!
So the only question is - will you ask him to meet YOU? Even when we are believers, we can find ourselves in dark valleys of doubt. True...or not?