Wednesday, December 15, 2010

MasChrist (MoreChrist)

I am a Christian. I share my Christian believes and values with my family and friends. I chose not to include my denomination because I don't want this to be about any thing else other then My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. My intension is not to make any one angry nor take away anybody's traditions nor change your way of celebrating this Holliday season. My intention in a nut shell is to find out how many people really celebrate the Birth of Jesus Christ on December 25th. I know that there is not one specific nor clear date on the exact birth date of Jesus. There is a lot of speculation and information on the web that has Jesus birth date some where in the Fall or even some time in August. Again My purpose is not to get too technical on the actual date of Jesus birth. I am just suggesting to seek what you really celebrate on December 25th, is it The Birth of Jesus Christ or is it that you celebrate the fat guy in the Coke can outfit? 
I have asked my children to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ by saying Mas-Christ (More-Christ) and that no longer associate Christmas, which in today's society is associated with Santa Claus most often. Again I don't want to get into the Christmas root word meaning nor the root origin of the word; there is way too much stuff out there and in no way or form I want to get into that either. All I suggest is for you to be honest, and if you are a Christian (Christ like), to share what does December 25th means to you. Please! don't make this space to argue Religion because that is not what I am trying to share here. Please keep focus on what as a Christian, you believe we should celebrate on this day, December 25th that's all.
If you think December 25th should be More about Christ (MasChrist, MoreChrist, please LIKE this and pass it on.) God Bless.
Please share, if you like, your favorite memory during this time of year that involved Christ, Family, or something special, Not the fat guy in the Coke can outfit.
Also if you like please share when did you received Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior.

Have a very Marry MasChrist Holliday. MasChrist

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