Let Us Honor And Worship The Lord Jesus Christ For His Wonderful Gift This Christmas


Matthew 2:1-2

1 After Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of King Herod, wise men from the east arrived in Jerusalem, 2 saying, “Where is he who has been born king of the Jews? For we saw his star at its rising and have come to worship him.”

The wise men came to worship and honor Christ because the Holy Spirit revealed to them that Jesus is the King of the world. How do you honor a King? By bringing gifts of gratitude. 

How can we honor Jesus Christ this Christmas? By giving a gift to someone who can’t pay you back and to do it in Jesus’ name. Christmas isn’t the only time that we can do this. If we see someone in need and we have what they need, gift it to them with a message that says, “Jesus loves you.” 

Every Christmas is a reminder of the best gift that God gave to all humanity, the forgiveness of our sins through His Son Jesus Christ. The way to receive this wonderful gift is by placing our faith in His sacrifice, that He died on the cross for our sins and on the third day He rose from the grave and is seated at the right hand of God the Father. If we give our lives to Jesus, He gives us eternal life and the Holy Spirit makes His home in us. 

May the Lord Jesus Christ bless you this Christmas with stronger faith, health, and a desire for the Word of God. Merry Christmas everyone.

Does Jeremiah 10:3-4 Forbid Christians To Celebrate Christmas?



Which one was Jeremiah referring to, the picture on the left or the picture on the right?

Some “Christians” say that this verse forbids a Christian from putting up the tree and celebrating Christmas:

Jeremiah 10:3-4

3 for the customs of the peoples are worthless. Someone cuts down a tree from the forestit is worked by the hands of a craftsman with a chisel. 4 He decorates it with silver and gold. It is fastened with hammer and nails, so it won’t totter.

The key phrases are underlined and emboldened. This is what they use to tell other believers not to celebrate Christmas.

Reading a passage in its full context is basics 101 when it comes to biblical interpretation.

Jehovah’s Witnesses, as well as Atheists and other demonic groups, use this same tactic with one goal in mind, stopping people from talking about and reflecting upon Jesus’ incarnation/birth to die for our sins.

These pseudo-Christians think that they are doing God’s will by telling other believers that Christmas is pagan but in fact, they are doing the opposite. The world would love to have Jesus erased from Christmas along with the word Christmas. This Holiday is a perfect time, not only to think about what Jesus did for you and me but, telling someone the good news of Jesus Christ. If you are trying to stop people from celebrating Christmas then you are trying like the world, to make people forget what Jesus did for us. 

Let’s tackle the passages in Jeremiah 10 that these pseudo-Christians like to use.

If you notice in verse 3, it says that after cutting the tree, it is worked by the hands of a craftsman with a chisel. They don’t plant the tree but cut part of it off, starting to work with it by chiseling it out into an image. The image or statue is revealed in verse 14 which says, Everyone is stupid and ignorant. Every goldsmith is put to shame by his carved image, for his cast images are a lie; there is no breath in them.

The goldsmith decorates it with silver and gold. It is not saying that he cuts the tree down to decorate it like we do today with a Christmas tree but, that he makes an idol with the tree he cut down. 

No Christian today, who celebrates Christmas, bows down to it and makes the tree his god. We take this opportunity to worship the Living God, Jesus Christ and remember His sacrifice for us. Christians give glory to Jesus Christ, not the tree.

Celebrating Jesus Christ The Savior


Matthew 1:21

She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins.”

Almost 2000 years ago, God came to rescue us from the weeping and gnashing of teeth (Hades). 

Believers celebrate Christmas in honor of our Savior Jesus Christ, to remember His love and sacrifice for us. 

Even though the Christmas tree and Santa Claus (Fables) have nothing to do with Jesus (The Truth), we turn the focus away from those things and into the Messiah so that He gets all the glory. 

1 Corinthians 10:31 (emphasis added)

Therefore, whether you eat or drink (Christmas dinner), or whatever you do (Christmas), do everything for God’s glory (Remember and honor the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ by giving Him thanks).

Merry Christmas to all and may the greatest gift you receive this season is to hunger and thirst for His Word