|Posted on December 20, 2010 at 8:09 AM|
It's Christmas week in the world and it's filled with last minute shoppers and people trying to get somewhere. I myself have now where I that is detremental to my well being to be till February's LG Pro Classic so you can compare me to your sunday driver on Christmas week. The one who's all smiles and full of holiday cheer in a patronising sort of way because as a rule I am not a shopper at anytime of the year, nor am I a party thrower unless it's a select group of friends enjoying eachothers company. Our Christmas shopping is done. I pick the one major purchase I spent any thought on, up this afternoon and am quite proud of myself I have kept it a secret THUS far. To me this is what the holidays is about people you love (I can't wait to see my husbands face), family and our lord Jesus Christ.
Yesterday in Church our pasture Mike Fletcher with Spur on Cowboy Ministies, Quitman Texas, brought up a point that is excellent. While people are trying to take the lord out of everything, Scientists for all their Darwinism and studies and disbelief in one true savior are still keeping time by refering to B.C. (Before Christ) and A.D. (After Death) and While the White House and everyone else is trying to turn Jesus's birthday into the "Holidays" they are infact still celebrating the birth of christ whether they want to admit it or not. The good lord must have a heck of a sense of humor to look down here and see all these non believers exchanging gifts which is a direct reflection of the 3 wise men bearing gifts when Jesus was born. I guess that's why they were considered wise men, they started something that would carry on and make those people who don't believe acknowlege the birth of christ anyway. It just goes to show you can't beat God, in anyway shape or form he's got this whole deal set up to no matter why you say you're celebrating you're still celebrating the birth of his son like it or not. You can't in good consious celebrate the "Holidays" if you don't believe in God. So remember next time someone tells you Happy Holidays, respond to him guilt free with a Merry Christmas!