This post is the one that I have been looking forward to the most for the Christmas Top 10s: the Christian carols.
It’s a time to celebrate the birth of our Savior and to rejoice in the faithful promises of God.
But for many, it’s also a season of giving.
A poem on the miracle and joy of Christmas.
The birth of Jesus Christ is the most important thing about Christmas. It is He who is the most wonderful gift of all.
Would you tell your child that Santa Claus exists? Do you know that he doesn’t? If your answer is “Yes, I would tell my child that Santa exists,” then, like it or not, you are lying to him or her. I simply ask, how do you, Christian parent, justify this?
Glory be to this King who is born, who now takes upon himself flesh and dwells among men. He will make peace and bring mercy from heaven, reconciling sinners to God!
Christmas is celebrated in America as a holiday when a god-like figure (Santa Claus) brings presents for all of the children of the earth. Do you see what has happened? We have been given another definition.
From everyone in The Reformed Alliance team, Happy Thanksgiving!
Luther had finally realized that the Catholic Church had been feeding him a lie that he had no way of refuting until now. That lie was that we can work our way to God.