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The Tragic Loss of a Christ-less Christmas

In our increasingly secularized American culture, we have great difficulty dealing with the language of holidays (read “holy-days”). When that which is holy is denied, there is really no reason to celebrate any day. All days become equally ordinary and unspectacular.

So our public schools celebrate “winter break” and our store clerks wish us a warm “holiday greetings” as we purchase our gifts (from Santa Claus). It can become quite insane when Christ is removed from the center of it all.

Insanity is bad enough; however, eternal damnation makes insanity seem like a hangnail. Listen to the straightforward message of Jesus:

“If you do not believe that I am He [i.e. the Savior] you will die in your sins.” (John 8:24)

What’s at stake in our Christ-less Christmas celebrations? The most important thing we have – our souls. To ignore “the reason for the season” is to risk dying in your sins and spending an eternity separated from the One who gave His life you.

Christmas reminds us of our great need and God’s loving gift. His name shall be called…

“JESUS, for he will save his people from their sins.”
Matthew 1:21

Have you received God’s priceless gift, Jesus, as the answer to your greatest problem? If not, what’s stopping you? Place Christ in the center of your heart and in the center of your Christmas!

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