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The Shepherds, the Magi, King Herod, and the Scribe - these four different groups all responded to the birth of Jesus in a different way. How will you respond to the King who was born?
If we understand that Christmas is the celebration of Jesus coming into our world, then why would we not celebrate Christmas every day. In a sense, “every day ought to be Christmas.”
Today, our Christmas celebration is most appropriate because it falls on a Sunday where Christians will be in Church to worship. Honestly, at first, I was a bit afraid because I know the majority of us will be gathering with our families for Christmas Eve dinner and I was thinking that we may not have enough people in church for worship. But after I thought about it, I don’t believe our people would miss this great privilege to be at church on the day when we are celebrating the birth of our Savior. So allow me to greet all of you, “A blessed and glorious Christmas.”
Christmas Day. A day full of expectations and assumptions - our culture is good at putting those forward for us. Yet what is the significance of the Christmas Season? What are some of the things the Bible says?
We are all on a journey. What did the star signify, and what treasures do we bring to Christ?
One of the most popular Christmas songs we are familiar with shares the perspective that the Christmas season is “the most wonderful time of the year.” I’m sure many of us feel the same way, but have you ever tried asking yourself or other people around you why they feel that way about Christmas. Unfortunately, as wonderful as all these reasons may sound, they focus on non-essentials as opposed to the real meaning of Christmas, which is the birth of our dear Savior, Jesus Christ. The truth of the matter is: I’m afraid that, just like this song, many people are more concerned with having the best Christmas decorations, Christmas trees and lights. They go to so many Christmas parties and spend large amounts of money on Christmas gifts. Yet, they leave out Jesus Christ.