We have such a privilege now because of the birth of Christ and because of His death, burial, resurrection, and ascension. We are members of His body, flesh, and bones, joined to Him as one spirit. Jesus is closer to us than anything we can see with our eyes because He is living inside of us. We have a privilege of fellowshipping with Christ as we redeem the time.
We have such a privilege to present the Gospel, through which we can pull men and women out of hell's flames into heaven's glow. We have the privilege to offer people God's forgiveness for their sins.
We have a privilege to live clean, pure, holy lives, and to have a single-eye toward God, receiving His love that casts out fear. It is our privilege to be close to this One who created us, this One who was so humble that He left the splendor of heaven and came to a shed for His birth. We can pray to God and see God change this nation, our families, and unsaved loved ones. We have such a privilege to talk with God and see our businesses prosper, our families prosper, and our Christian lives excel beyond our expectations.
We have such a privilege to see God move, bringing what heaven desires to give us: the Savior, our Lord, and the joy of His Holy Spirit, with praise and worship.