He was the righteous Son of man. They owned no mansion in Nazareth. Dickens childhood greatly influenced him as a writer, and a reformist through his writing. Why all of that for us? He took upon Himself the responsibility of all our sin.
Sometimes children were sent into mines first and if they didnt come out in fifteen minutes they knew that there was poisonous gas inside and that no one should enter them. In that sign of the Savior's lowly birth, the Lord teaches us that our righteousnesses are like the rags that wrapped around the body of Jesus and like the cattle smells that hung thick around the stall that dark night. As the Father determined, so Christ went obediently through that deep, dark, and deathly way into the flames of God's wrath. Dickens represents the poors rise from oppression to having rights, through his books he criticized the government and the nobles and then just as things started to happen he died, so it was as if his whole life was dedicated to getting rights for the. His own earthly mother and Joseph were poor.