adrian_clark wrote: »
:beer: When you know the awesome news that God really did come into human history as a hard working blue collar worker, lived a sinless life despite being tempted as we are, was betrayed, tortured and murdered and then, just to show that he was who he claimed to be, conquered death coming back in person to speak with hundreds of witnesses, you kinda wanna share that news. The clues on the tin "Christ"mas. Though we don't deserve it we really are loved beyond all measure, that's good news:eek:
"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." John 3:16
Fleur_De_Lis wrote: »
It depends what you believe, everyone is entitled to believe what they want. To be honest, how many kids in general know christmas as a 'christan' thing and not Santa bringing gifts for good girls and boys?
I don't want to get all 'learn your history' but depending on your faith, it was christ born on December 25th, not god. If you want to get even more technical, he was actually born somewhere in the middle of the year and took over December to make Pagans transfer to Christianity easier as Yule is December 21st.
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meher wrote: »
that's a clever word :snow_grin
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