It has a color and luster similar to gold, and it often forms in the same type of rock that gold does. But in the end, iron pyrite—commonly known as fool’s gold—is worthless compared with the genuine article. As Christmas approaches, the world will get caught up in the secular traditions . . . the fool’s gold, if you will . . . but miss what is truly valuable about the holiday. So today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, take a fresh look at the significance of the incarnation—God’s taking on human flesh.
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