It seems everyone does! There are those who say "Merry Christmas" and others who say "Happy Holidays." Still others say "Happy Hannakuh" or even "Happy Kawanza." Does anyone really say "Seasons Greetings?"
Whatever greeting one gives, we cannot remove from our mind what December 25th celebrates.
About 2,010 years ago a Jewish boy was born to a virgin in a filthy stable in the town of Bethlehem. The Lord of all heaven and earth became a man. He lived a perfect life, with no sin. . . He then died on a Roman cross at the age of 33. He bore the sins of all mankind on that cross and then rose three days later from the dead!
Whatever greeting one gives during the month of December; there is no escaping the reality that one day, not so far in the future, we will all come face to face with Jesus Christ. . . And on that day, all that will matter will not be the question of whether or not Christ is in Christmas, but whether or not He is in you.
Have a Merry Christmas!
Scott ---Erin's husband, who is not a couponer, but learning to appreciate them. :-)
Why not start worshiping your Creator now? The Christmas story in Luke Chapter 2 is a great place to start reading to find out how He desires to be worshiped.