Apart from usual exchange of gifts, that happy greetings and parties here and there. Let us not forget the true meaning of Christmas and why we celebrate it today.
It has been a tradition for most of us to tie December as the birth month of our savior, whether December or not let us still celebration that the true meaning of our Savior’s birth is not seen through the money we receive nor the gifts we get but how God loved us first that He gave His one and only Son to save us, to redeem us and most of all make us whole today and forever, as it is written:
For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16 NKJV
Christmas should be celebrated as a feast that we can live the eternal life, that we are made victorious through Christ. It should be our way also to thank God that unselfishly gave His Son for you and I.
Christmas is not about religion or being religious but it is about celebrating the Life that Christ has brought us, expensively bought for us.
For me, it is about an endless thanksgiving to the One who Created us and made us for who we are today.
Hallelujah to the One Who was, Who is and Is to come.
Thank you Abba Father for a year of fruitful days and nights. Let blessings upon blessings, good news upon good news, protection and abundant favors that is upon us. Cheers to a more blessed years to come!
To God be the glory!