Christmas under attack or Christ left out?

Written by Marty on December 16th, 2004


   There is some talk about Christ being taken out of Christmas. So this begs the question of how can we put Him back at the center? Perhaps the answer is found in this cliché of “What would Jesus do?” For if we are to put Christ back into Christmas it must be the real Christ. The Christ that I know would feed the hungry, cloth the naked, and offer shelter to the homeless. He would go to those who need Him most, instead of the self-righteous and the rich. He would not have attack those who suffer the most in their lives. Jesus would have healed the sick free of charge. He would not have worried about those with a different life style. He would treat the aged with respect and dignity. He would show love to the world, for He came not to condemn the world rather to save it. So, He would reach out to this sick and dying world with hope and a vision of a new life. I say all this because He is the God of love who brings the promise of brighter tomorrows. Maybe the problem is not whether people say “MERRY CHRISTMAS” but rather it is that far too many say it void of Jesus Christ.



8 Comments so far ↓

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nice thought but they want Christ out of America!

  2. Anonymous says:

    No one wants Christ out of America, sorry but some people are acting so unchristian that they are drving him out.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Great post, let me wish you a real merry Christmas.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Very true, Jesus would never go along with those who want to destroy Social Security! These people are more worried about whether someone says Merry Christmas, when they should be worried about acting like a Christian.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Well said Grandma,
    They should think about the things that Jesus taught and did, He would have never gone alone with this radical right's disregard for those in need.

    How about this picture;

  6. Anonymous says:

    Merry Christmas to you guys, nice pic BTW. I would find it easir to believe in Santa than in the Bush team.

  7. Anonymous says:

       I wanted to wish all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Years or as most people say Happy Holidays. Click here for a special Christmas card

  8. Anonymous says:

    Love the card and all the images, you guys are right that Christmas is more than wishing someone a Merry one.

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