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Jesus Is The Reason for the Season

For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon His shoulder: and His name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, The Mighty God, the everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace – Isaiah 9:6.

This is the season, believers as well as unbelievers celebrate Christmas. The Christian community celebrates Christmas as the birth of Jesus; although there is no record indicating He was actually born on the 25th of December, but this is the date given for celebration. Religious people have given the day chosen to celebrate  Christmas as a pagan holiday.

Paganism is an individual that denies there is one God, but many gods, it’s the worship of all gods, and it’s a non-Christian, atheist, agnostic, and polytheistic. Whatever day Jesus was born, it’s a day that needs to be celebrated, that is why as Christians, we should celebrate His birthday every day by praising and worshiping and submitting ourselves to our Father’s instructions through His written Word to the believer. To celebrate is to recognize the occasion, observe, consecrate, hallow, commemorate, honor, and rejoice.

 Christians that are celebrating, are celebrating the birth of Jesus, not a god, but the Son of God who is  God!  A holiday usually is a day of freedom from labor, often one set aside by the law, just as Thanksgiving was established by President George Washington issued a proclamation, naming Thursday, November 26, 1789, a day of Public Thanksgiving. December 26, 1941,  President Roosevelt signed the resolution establishing Thanksgiving to be the fourth Thursday in November,  to be the Federal Thanksgiving Day holiday. So we know, as Thanksgiving was given a date so was Christmas, but as Christians, we know Jesus was born, it doesn’t matter what day He was born or the month.

Division comes to hinder the unity of Christians causing non-effective Christians. There is no denomination in the Bible, but yet there are numeral denominations, and we argue about who is a true Christian. A true Christian is one that submits themselves to the instruction of God and not just a religious body.

Christmas is another day that the Lord made and man made it a holiday, so whatever day we celebrate, it’s the day the Lord made, not man and it should be hollowed. Satan doesn’t care how he can bring division as long as he can get Christians to be divided. We should be concerned about souls being reconciled to God and not about a day that was set aside to celebrate to fight against it and each other because we’re being moved by our emotions and not our spirit.

This Christmas, remember that Jesus is the reason for the season. We should purpose in our hearts to love everyone as Jesus loves them, that’s the true gift God would desire for each of us to give to one another. Jesus has been taken out of the Christmas holiday because so many fought against the name of Jesus being present, just as they fought against His name being used in the Bible, the same thing is happening today, and we’re fighting against each other over a day. Jesus is on His way back for His church and we must be rapture ready. Spiritually, it’s not the day we’re celebrating, but the God of the day!

Oh what love God had for His people to give His only Son to die for the sins of everyone which is called the world in the Bible. Jesus came into the earth’s atmosphere as a baby born to be King, born to be Savior, born to be our advocate, born to die, and given the power to raise Himself from the dead. In His name, everything on earth and under the earth must come subject. Jesus died and was resurrected on the third day, He is sitting on the right-hand side of the Father, indicating His authority. There is no earthly love that can compare to the love the Father has for the world to give His only begotten Son. The Son loved the world to the point He died for their sins, Jesus is the reason we celebrate Christmas!


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